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coo 572 888X 




Grand and Upright PIAf(OFORTES, 






coo 5 7 a g^'SX 




FOUNDED 1823. 

Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament. 

Funds— £2,000,000. Income— £260,000. 

THE EDINBURGH" has now stood the test of upwards of 
Sixty-One Years, during which period its affairs have been 
subjec^fed to Seven Investigations and Valuations, with the 
restilt of showing, on each occasion, that the Assets were largely 
in excess of the Liabilities. 

Out of the SuKPLUs Funds Sums have been added to the 
Policies by way of 


Exceeding One Million Sterling. 

The Bonuses are divided on an equit- 1 The Premiums, calculated on a Moder- 

able plan, under which an Iiwreasing ate Scale, are arranged under a variety 

Share of the Profits is added to the of Tables to suit the circumstances of 

Policies as they advance in age. At all classes. By an application of the 

last Division of Profits the Bonuses earlier,without sacrificing the later and 

ranged from about 23s. to upwards of larger, Bonuses, the Premiums may be 

£10 per annum per £100, according to made to terminate during life without 

the age of the Assured. | any increase of the ordinary rates. 



Will be made as at 31st MARCH 1885. 

Policies issued 

before then wOl participate, in terms of the Company's Begulations. 

Attention is specially directed to 

The Oompreliensive Non-Forfeiture Scheme 

under which payment of Premiums may be discontinued at any time 
without loss to the Assured. 

Life Business only is transacted by the Company. 

Prospectuses, Forms, <kc., may he had on Application. 

Head Office— 22 George Street, Edinburgh. 

itfanag-er— GEORGE M. LOW, F.E.S.E. 
Secretary— KRICBIBKLD HEW AT, F.F.A., F.I.A. 

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Magnitude of the Operations. 

Policies issued - £39,000,000 
Bonus Additions - 8,100,000 
Policies in Force 25,500,000 

Claims Paid - £13,500,000 
Accumulated Funds 8,230,000 
Annual Revenue - 1,030,000 

Profitable Character of the Business. 

Cash Profit for Seven Years to 31st December 1880, £1,347,756 
Bonus Additions for the Seven Years, - - 3,449,073 

This was the largest distribution of Profit made by any Life 
Office during the period. It yielded Bonuses between £1, 14s. and 
£d, 17s. 5d. per cent, per ann. on the Original Sums Assured, according 
to the duration of the Policies, — facts which clearly prove 

The Intrinsic Value of the Society^ s Micttcal System, and 
The Highly Profitable Character of its Business. 

Liberal Conditions of Assurance. 

Surrender Values allowed after 
payment of one year's premium. 

Paid-up Policies allowed in lieu 
of Surrender Values. 

Loans granted within a small 

margin of the Siurender Value. 

Extensive Foreign Residence 

free of charge from the first. 

Most of the Society'' s Policies 
become Whole- World and Indisputable after the first Five Years. 


Persons desiring to effect Life Assxtrances for the benefit of their 
Families, or in connection with Business Transactions, is called to 
the above Financial Kesults and Oonditious of Assurance, which 
show how peculiarly suitable the Society's Policies are for Family 
Provisions, and for all Trust and Security purposes. 


Principal Agent in Dundee— 





Issued vmder the Acts 16 & 17 Victoria, c. 45. ; 27 & 28 Vict., c. 43 ; 
and 45 & 46 Vict., c. 61. 

THESE Annuities are payable Half- Yearly, in January and July, 
or April and October, commencing three months after date of 
purchase ; are exempt from all Stamp Duties, and paid without deduc- 
tion of Income Tax. 

The Safest Investment that can be made by parties wishing a secure 
and permanent Income. 

Can be purcliased to the extent of £100. 

Prices and other information on application at the Bank, 



CAPITAL, £500,000. RESERVE, £25,000. 



"William: Smith-, LL.D., F.I. A., Chairman. 

GEORaE Barclay, Esq., Merchant. I Ralph Erskine Scott, Esq., C.A. 

Julius H. Beilbt, Esq. , Merchant. | Egbert Stewart, Esq. of Ingliston. 

John Cook, Esq., W.S. | James Milne, Esq., W.S. 


Fidelity Guarantee for Persons holding situations of Trust. 

Casli Bonus to Policyholders for 1883-4 of from 15 to 50 per cent, on 
Premiums of Policies of three years' standing and upwards. 

Capital of £500,000 fully subscribed, in addition to Reserve Fund of 
£25,000, affords ample security to Policyholders. 

Report and Balance-Sheet annually published. 

Jl WILLIAM KERR, 26 Castle Street. 

inger s aewmg 

Price from 

£4, 4s. Od. 

10 7„ Discount for Cash. 



At S/6 per Week 

with option of purchase. 

Can only be had in DUNDEE at the undernoted address^ 



Clothiers Sc Outfitters, 
78&!r9 HxGH Street, 


O Ij O T KC I 3sr o. 

In the FiflST Style of Fashion and very Best Workmanship. 

The very large business done hy J, P. S. tfc Sons gives conclusive proof 
of the good value supplied during the last 4^ years. 


Branclies| j^gg ^jj^h STREET, ARBROATH. 




Head Office-66 & 67 CORNHILL, LONDON, E.G. 

General Ma?iager—W. P. CLIREHUGH. 



FIVE YEARS' DURATION.— Age 30, equivalent to 245 per cent, of the 
annual premium, and to 49 per cent, of tlie premiums received dur- 
ing the quinquennium. 

TEN YEARS' DURATION.— Age 40, equivalent to 267 per cent, of the 
amiual premium, and to 54 per cent, of the premiums received dur- 
ing the quinquennium. 



The Annual Premium income exceeds a QUARTER OF A iVilLLlON. 


The Business of the atoove Companies is conducted in the same Offices, 
and under the same Management. 

Scottish Brancli-161 WEST GEOEGE STREET, GLASGOW. 


Chairman— 3. C. WAKEFIELD, Esq., Busby (Inglis k Wakefield). 
DONALD GRAHAM, Esq., CLE., Glasgow (W. E. Graham & Co.). 
THOMAS BALMAIN, Esq., Glasgow (British Linen Co. Bank). 
HENRY HEYS, Esq., Barrhead (Z. Heys & Sons). 
WILLIAM NEWLANDS, Esq., Glasgow (T. & W. Newlands & Co.). 
WILLIAM WALLS, Esq., J.P. (Wm. WaUs & Co.). 

Resident Secretary— J AME^ HAMILTON, 

Dundee Office— 20 PANMURE STREET. 

Local Manager— £. C. PIGGOT. 

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General Notice, 

Municipal Ward BouNDAKiES, 

List of Streets, Squares, Lanes, Entries, &c., 

Public Offices, Buildings, &c., 

Municipal Lists, 

Judicial Lists, 

Banking and Insurance Lists, 

Property and Investment Companies, 

Public Conveyances, 

Ecclesiastical Lists, 

Educational and Literary Institutions, 

Charitable and Benevolent Institutions, 

Miscellaneous Lists, 

Harbour and Shipping Lists, 

List of Shipping belonging to the Port 

Postal Directory, 

General Directory, 

Street Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Lochee Directory, 

Broughty Ferry Directory, 

Newport Directory, 

Tayport Directory, 

Dundee EuRAL Directory, ... 
Index to Advertisements, 

of Dundee, 

(at end of book) 




Albert Institute Subscrip. Librai-y 50 
Ancient Slieplierds'FriendlySoc'ty 70 
Amateur Choral Union - - 67 
Ambulance Association (St John's) 69 
Angling Clubs - - - - 63 
Anglo-Indian Christian Union - 43 
Armitstead Trust Lectures - 51 
Artillery Volunteers - - - 70 
Association (Local) of the Educa- 
tional Institute of Scotland - 4!) 
Auxiliary Sheriff Substitutes - 25 
Bailie or Burgh Court - - 25 

Bailies 20 

Baldovan Asylum - - - 53 

Band of the Artillery Volunteers 71 

Band of Dundee Rifle Volunteers 71 
Band of Highland Rifle Volunteers 71 
Band of Hope Union ( Diindee and 

District) 69 

Bank Holidays - - - - 28 
Banking Comi:)anies' Branches - 27 
Baths, Public - - - - 66 
Baxter Park Trustees - - 55 
Bible Society (Dundee Auxiliary) 43 
Bicycle Club, Dundee - - 64 
Billet Master - - - - 21 
Blind, Dundee Institution for - 55 
Blind, Mission to the Out-Door 55 
Blue Ribbon Union - - - 69 
Bowling Club, Maryfield - - 63 
Bowling Club, Balgay - - 66 
Boys and Girls Religious Associat. 44 
I Boys' Home - - - - 52 
! British Workman Public House, 
j Broughty - . . . 602 
Buildings, Public - - - 15 
Burgh Court - - - - 25 
Burial Board - - - - 22 
Burial Society, Dundee - - 66 
Cab Fares ----- 38 
Cab Proprietors - - - - 39 
Cabstands - . . . 38 
Caledonian, The, Property Invest- 
ment Building Society - - 35 
Caledonian Railway Co. - - 36 
Carriers, Country - - - 37 

Railway - - - 37 

Cemetery Company - - - 66 

Chamber of Commerce - - 23 

IChaiJlain of Prison - - - 22 
Chemists' and Druggists' Associat. 66 

Choral LTnion, Amateur - - 67 


Churches ----- 40 

Circuit Courts - - - - 2& 

Cleansing Dej^artment, - - 22 

Clergy and Places of Worship - 40 

Clothing Society - - - 55 

Coffee Rooms, Working Men's - 66 

Collector of Customs - - - 73 

Collector of Inland Revenue - 60 

Commissary Officer - - - 27 
Commissioners for taking Affi- 
davits to be used in English 
and Irish Courts - - 26, 554 

Committees of Town Council - 20 
Consuls and Vice-Consuls for 

Foreign States - - - 19" 

Convalescent Home - - - 5S 

Convalescent House - - - 53 

Conveyances, Public - - - 36 

Corbet Fund, Broughty Ferry - 603 

Corbet Library, Broughty Ferry 603 

Council Officer - - - - 21 

Councillors, Common - - 20 

Countries in the Postal Union - 96' 

Country Carriers - - - 37 

Criminal Officers - - - 27 
Cruelty to Animals, Society for 

Prevention of - - - - 56 
Curling Club, Dmidee - - 64 
Curr Night Refuge - - - 56 
Customs, H.M. - - - - 73 
Day Nursery - - - - 55 
Deaf and Dumb, Dundee Insti- 
tution for Education of - - 56 
Deaf and Dumb Institution, and 
Association for aiding the Edri- 
cation of the Deaf and Dumb, 50 
Dean of Guild - - - - 20 
Dock Gates and Signals - - 72 
Dock Masters - - - - 72 

Dog Show 68; 

Dundee Art Club - - - 65 

Dundee Art Union - - - 51 

Dundee Bible Society - - 43 

Dundee Burial Board- - 22 
Dundee Boys and Girls Religious 

Association - - - - 44 
Dundee Branch of the Scottish 
Ladies' Association for Female 

Education in India - - - 43 

Dundee Burns Club - - - 63 
Dundee Burns' Club, Football 

Charity Cup Fund - - - 63 



Diindee Coffeehouse Company - 66 
Dundee District Auxiliary to the 

London Missionary Society - 43 

Dundee Day Nursery- - - 55 

Dundee Dog Show - - - 68 

Dundee Sailors' Home - - 73 
Dundee and District Telephone 

Company, Limited - - 67 
Dundee Fine Art Association - 50 
Dundee Harmonic Society - 67 
Dundee Horticultural Society - 62 
Dundee Drapers' Association - 65 
Dundee Investment Co., Limited 36 
Dundee Mortgage and Trust In- 
vestment Company, Limited - 35 
Dundee Parochial Board - - 23 
Dundee Philharmonic Society - 67 
Dundee Property and Investment 

Building Society - - - 35 
Dundee Christian Protestant 

Association - - - - 43 

Dundee Joint Stock Company - 35 

Dundee Industrial Schools Society 51 
Dundee and East of Scotland 

Photographic Association - 66 
Dundee and District Temperance 

Hundred - - - - 69 
Dimdee and District Tramway 

Company, Limited - - - 39 

Dimdee Orphan Institution - 52 
Dundee and District Sanitary 

Association - - - - 64 

Dundee Savings Bank - - 28 

Dimdee Scottish Musical Society 67 
Dundee Temperance Society and 
Gospel Temperance Blue 

Eibbon Union - - - - 69 
Dundee Institute of Architecture 

(Science and Art) - - - 63 
Dundee and Arbroath Joint 

Railway. - - - - 36 
Dundee and Broughty Ferry Par- 
cel Express - - - - 37 
Dimdee Conservative Association 67 
Dimdee Liberal Association - 67 
Dundee Naturalists' Society - 51 
East Coast Railway - - - 37 
East Coast Salvage Co., Limited 73 
Eastern Club - - - - 68 
Edinburgh Association for Incur- 
ables and Longmore Hospital - 56 
Educational Institute of Scotland, 

Local Association of - - 49 

Eye Institution - - - - 55 

Factory Act - - - - 66 


Faculty of Procurators and Solici- 
tors - - - - 26, .554 
Fairs and Markets - - - 71 
Fast Days - - - - - 42 
Female Rescue Home - - 56 
Female Society - - - 55 
Fire Brigade - - - - 22 
Fire Insurance Companies' Agents 29 
Football Clubs - - - - 63 
Forfar Light Horse - - - 71 
Forfarshire Building Society - 35 
Forfarshire Lunacy Board - 27 
Foresters' Friendly Society - 64 
Free Library, Museum, and Pic- 
ture Gallery - - - - 51 
Fund for the Relief of Indigent 

Gentlewomen of Scotland - 56 
Gardeners' Lodges - - - 65 
Gas Commission - - - 22 
Good Templar Lodges - 68, 69 
Governor of Prison - - - 22 
Grocers' Benevolent Society - 65 
Guild Clerk - - '. . 25 
Guild Court - - - - 25 
Guild Officer - - - - 25 
Guildry Incorporation - - 23 
Hackney Carriages, Regulations for 38 
Hackney Carriage Projirietors - 39 
Hansford Land and Cattle Com- 
pany, Limited - - - 36 
Harbour Clerk - - - 72 
Harbour Engineer - - - 72 
Harbour Master - - - 72 
Harbour Treasurer - - - 72 
Harbour Trustees - - - 72 
HawkhiU U.P. Church Total 

Abstmence Society - - 69 

High School - - - - 45 

Highland Rifle Volunteers - 70 

Home, The - - - - .54 

Horticultural Society - - 62 

Hotels, Principal - - - 60 

Indigent Sick Society - - 55 

Industrial Schools Society - - 51 

Infirmary, Royal - - - 52 

Inland Revenue (Excise) - - 60 

(Stamps & Taxes) 60 

Inspector of Poor, Dundee - 24 

Insurance Companies' Agents - 29 
Insurance Companies (Local 

Boards) - - - 34,35 

Investment Companies (Property) 35 

LO.G.T. Lodges - - 68, 69 

Judges of Police Court - - 22 

Judicial Lists - - - - 25 



Justice of Peace Clerk - - 25 

Justice of Peace Court - - 25 

Justice of Peace Officers - - 27 

Justices of the Peace - - 26 
Lands Vahiation and Registration 

of Voters Acts - - - 24 
Library, Free - - - - 51 
Life Insurance Companies' Agents 29 
Light Keepers (River Tay) - 72 
Light Ship ----- 72 
Lloyd's Surveyors - - - 35 
Local Marine Board - - - 73 
London Missionary Society (Auxi- 
liary to) - - - - - 43 
Lunacy Board, Forfarshire - 27 
Lunatic Asylum, Royal - - 53 
M'All Mission (Dundee Auxiliary) 43 
Magistrates and To^vn Council - 20 
Magistrates and Police Commis- 
sioners of Broughty Ferry - G02 
Mails, Arrivals and Departures of 92 
Maltmen Incorporation - - 23 
Marine Board (Local) - - - 73 
Marine Insurance Companies - 34 

Markets 71 

' ' Mars" Training Ship Instittition 54 
Masonic Lodges - - - - 64 
Matador Land and Cattle Com- 
pany, Limited - - - - 36 
Matron of Prison - - - 22 
Mechanical Society - - - 63 
Members of Parliament - - 20 
Messengers-at-Arms - - - 27 
Midland Railway - - - 37 
Money Orders - - - 84, 85 
Morgan Hospital - - - 49 
Mortifications - - - - 
Mu^nicipal Wards, Boundaries of 
Councillors for 

National Telephone Co. , Limited 
Naturalists' Society - 
Newspapers and Publications 
Nine Incorporated Trades - 
Night Refuge (Curr) - 
North British Railway Company 

Notaries Public 

26, 536 

Open-Air Bathers' Association - 66 

Orphan Institution - - - 52 

Orange Lodges - - - - 65 

Painters' Association (Masters) - 66 

Parcel Express Vans - - - 37 

j Parochial Board, Dundee Comb. 23 

Pilotage, River Tay and Harbour 72 

Pilots, List of - - - - 72 

Places of Worship - - - 40 

Police Board Committees - 
Police Court, Judges of - - 

Procurator Fiscal of 

-Broughty Ferry 

Police Establishment 
Police Surgeon - - - - 
Police Treasurer - - - - 
Population of Burgh - 
Postal Directory — 

Book Post, Colonial and Foreign 


Government Insurances and 



- 21 

- 22 





Mails, Arrivals and Depar- 

tiu-es of - - - 92, 93 
Miscellaneous Regulations - 84 
Money Orders- - - 84,85 
Newspapers, Inland - - 79 
Newsx)apers, Col. and Foreign 83 
Pattern Post, Col. and Foreign 
Pillar Letter-Boxes, where 
Situated, and Hours of Col- 
lection from - - - - 
Card Post, Inland - 
CardPost, Foreign and Colonial 
Post Office Savings Bank - 
Postage — Colonial and Foreign 
Letters - - - 

■ Inland Letters 

Uni^aid Letters 



Postal Orders 

Receiving Houses, where Situ- 
ated, and Hours of Collec- 
tion from - - - - 

Registration - - - - 

Telegraphs - - . - 

Telegrams (Foreign) 

Postal Union (Countries in) - 
Presbyteries — Established, Free, 

and U.P. — Meetings of - 
Prison Visiting Committee 
Prison Establishment - 
Prison Aid Society 
Private Schools - - - - 
Procurators and Solicitors 

cidty of - 
Property and Invest. Companies 
Public Baths - - - . 
Public Offices . - . . 
Railway Carriers 
Railway Companies - 
Reading Rooms, Working Men's 66 
Rechabites, Indei:)endent Order of 69 
Recreation Grounds - - - 22 
Registrars of Births, &c. - - 24 



- 27 

- 22 

- 55 

- 47 

26, 5.54 



Registration Districts - - 24 

Eifle Volunteers - - - 70 

Royal Exchange Reading Room - 51 
Royal Infirmary - - - 52 

Royal Lunatic Asylum - - 53 
Royal National Lifeboat Institu- 
tion (Dundee Branch) - - 73 
St Crispin Lodges - - - 65 
St John's Ambulance Association 

(Dundee Centre) - - - 69 
Sabbath School Teachers' Union 50 
Sailors' Home - - - - 73 
Sanitary Department - - 22 

Sanitary Association - - - 64 
Savings Bank - - - - 28 
Savings Banks (Post Office) - 28 

Savings Bank, IJroughty Ferry - 602 
School Board, Dundee - - 48 

Balmerino - - 615 

Broughty Ferry - 602 

Forgan - - 615 

Tayport - - 624 

Schools under Dundee School Board 48 
Schools in connection with Estab- 
lished Church - - - - 47 
Schools in connection with F.O. 47 
Schools in connection with Epis- 
copal Church, - - - - 48 
Schools in connection with R.C. 

Church ----- 48 
Schools - - - 47, 48, 49 
Scottish American Trust Cos.,Ld. 35 
Scottish IMusical Society - - 67 
Scot. Ladies' Assoc. forFemaleEdu- 

cation in India (D'dee Branch) 43 
Seal and Whale Fishing Companies 74 
Seamen's Friend Society - - 54 
Session Clerk - - - - 42 
Sheriff Court - - - - 25 
Sheriff Criminal Officers - - 27 
Sheriff Officers - - - - 27 
Sheriff Officers for Counties of Fife 

and Perth resident in Dundee 27 
Sheriffs ----- 25 
Sheriff-Substitutes, Auxiliary - 25 
Shipping Companies - - 73, 74 
Shipping belonging to the Port of 

Dundee - - - - - 75 
ShipwreckedFishermen and Mari- 
ners' Society - - - - 73 
Sick Society, Indigent - - 55 
Society for Prevention of Cruelty 

to Animals, - - - - 56 
Stamps and Taxes, Assessor and 
Surveyor of - - - - 60 

Stamps and Taxes, Distributor 

and Collector of - - - 60 
Stami) Duties (Various) - . - 61 
Steam Lamidry Co. - - - 67 
Strathmore Football Club - - 63 
Streets, Squares, &c. - - ' - 7 
Supreme Courts, Commissioners 

for taking Affidavits for 20, 554 
Surveyor (Town) and Master of 

Works - - - . - - 21 
Tay Ferries - - - - 40 

Telephone Companies - - 67 

Temi^erance Society - - - 69 
Tennis Clubs - - - - 64 
Texas Land and Cattle Co., Ld. 36 
Three United Trades - - - 23 
Tonic Sol-fa Choral Society - 67 
Tonic Sol-fa Association (Chapel- 
shade) - - - - - 67 
Town Architect - - - - 21 
Town Chamberlain - - - 21 
Town Clerk - - - - 20 

Town Council Committees - 20 

TownMission,UnitedPresbyterian 43 
Trades, Nine Incorporated - 23 

Trades, Three United - - 23 

Trades Societies - - - - 71 
Tramway Company - - - 39 
TrLuity House - - - - 73 
United Presbyterian Elders' and 

Managers' Association - - 43 
LTnited Presby. Town Mission - 43 
University Club - - - - 51 
University College - - - 45 
Valuation Assessor - - - 24 
Vice-Consuls for Foreign States 19 
Visiting Com. for Dmidee Prison 27 
Volunteer Eifle and Artillery 

Companies, - - - - 70 
Volunteer Band (Eifle) - - 71 
Volunteer Band (Artillery) - 71 

Voltmteer Band (Highlanders) - 71 
Walton Club . - - - 64 
Ward Boundaries - - - 5 
Water Commission - - - 21 
Western Club - - - - 68- 
Whale Fishing Companies - 74 ^ 

^VTiist Club, S. & T. - - - 62; 
AVorking Men's Coffee and Bead- 
ing Eooms - - - - 60 
Working Men's Angling Club - 63 
YoungMen'sChristianAssociation 50' 

Broughty Ferry - - - 602' 
Young Women's Christian Assoc. 5C 




In again directing the attention of the public to the utility of the 
Dundee Directory as a business guide to the town and neighbour- 
hood, the Publishers trust that for comprehensiveness of information, 
minuteness of detail, and careful classification of matter, their efforts 
will meet with renewed appreciation and favour. No item, however 
unimportant, that might be of advantage to any of their subscribers has 
been omitted ; and the contents, as a whole, have been arranged in such 
a manner as will enable them to obtain speedily any information that 
may be desired, whether relating to the names of householders, their 
trades or professions, or the distinct location of any street or thorough- 
fare within the burgh. In addition, the Plan, which accompanies the 
Directory, will be found to be usefiil, as it shows with distinctness the 
various sections of the town and suburbs. It has been specially pre- 
pared for the work. Great care has been taken to make it thoroughly 
reliable, and it is corrected up to date from the most authentic sources. 
Altogether, the Publishers are sanguine that the compilation of the 
Directory for 1884-5 will meet with the approval of all classes of 
business men, who will find it useful either for the office or the counter. 
With the view, however, of meeting the increasing requirements of the 
town, the Directory in future will be issued annually, instead of every 
alternate year as heretofore. 

In the last issue of the Directory reference was made to the long- 
continued depression of trade, which at that time extended to every 
branch of our local industries. Prices were low, fluctuating, and un- 
remunerative, and manufacturers of standing and experience felt dis- 
couraged and disheartened at the unfavourable state of the markets at 
home and abroad. In fact, the commercial aspect of the town at that 
time was exceedingly gloomy, and a period of inactivity and stagnation 
seemed inevitable. With the advent of 1882, however, the sluggishness 
which had so painfully characterized former years began slowly to 
disappear. Inquiries for jute goods came from all parts of the world, 
but particularly from the Continent ; and, as orders flowed in and 
markets became more buoyant, business gradually assumed a firmer 
one, the iinwonted activity of manufacturers giving hopeful evidence 
if a speedy return to a portion at least of our former prosjierity. This 


agreeable change for the better continued during the greater part of the 
following year, the importation of jute and the exportation of jute 
mauufactures being the largest recorded in the history of the trade. A 
number of mills and factories, which for years had been standing idle, 
were now either fully or partially employed ; and as manufacturers 
were able to purchase the raw material at a price enabling them to 
produce goods at a slight margin of profit^ a run of good trade was 
anticipated. In the autumn, however, indications of a relapse began to 
be manifested, and, by the end of the year, although manufacturers 
were well employed, prices had fallen so low that many were working 
at a loss, caused, no doubt, by keen competition abroad and over-pro- 
duction at home. This state of matters in our staple industry has since 
continued, and with the publication of the present Directory it would 
be injudicious to predict a renewal of briskness for some time to come. 
In fact an opinion has been expressed that if bad trade continues there 
will be a decrease of wages, and, in all probability, a stoppage of 
machinery. Although the jute trade had made a satisfactory revival 
for a time, flax goods did not participate in the improvement. Linens 
were exceedingly dull of sale, and the quietness of the markets caused a 
good deal of anxiety to those engaged in the trade. Recently, how- 
ever, a slightly healthier tone prevailed, but anything like briskness has 
not been experienced. The building trades, for a time somewhat busy, 
are again declining, and, with continued dulness in other branches of 
trade, years will in all likelihood elapse before they recover from the 
effects of excessive speculative operations some time ago. At 
present a few of the principal builders are fairly well employed, but 
there is otherwise general slackness in the town and district. The 
timber trade, which has developed into an important industry, has been 
pretty busy, but the decline of the building trades has begun to have a 
retrogressive effect upon it. In the beginning of 1883 shipbuilding was 
brisk, but during the summer few contracts were entered into, and a 
period of depression has set in, resulting in reduced wages to the 

At the Harbour there has been considerable stir and bustle, the 
transient revival of the jute trade having a stimulative effect upon 
shipping. For several years the tonnage of the port has been steadily 
increasing, and last year the total amounted to 115,649 tons, being the 
highest yet recorded. There are at present 194 vessels of all classes 
belonging to the port. The Trustees have several schemes of extension 
under consideration, which, when carried out, will materially add to the 
convenience of the harbour. The principal of these is enlargement of 
the Graving Dock for the accommodation of foreign-going liners, and in 
the course of a short time a new deep water dock must of necessity 


be constructed at the Staniiergate. The Board Room and Offices 
connected with the Trust have lately been re-modelled; and a neat 
building, situated in the open space between East Station and Victoria 
Dock, has just been completed. It is to be partially used for police 
purposes, and as a reading-room for seamen and others. The building 
in design is in good taste, and, along with the Sailors' Home and 
other ornate edifices, enhances materially the appearance of the locality. 
In the outward aspect of the town there is comparatively little to 
record. Few buildings have been erected, and these are of no import- 
ance. The alterations on the villas in Nethergate for the different 
sections of the new College have been finished ; and the handsome range 
of offices in Bank Street for the proprietors of the Dundee Advertiser 
and conjoint newspapers, has time after time been added to, till the 
line of the street has been filled up and the block completed. In Perth 
Road a fine new Church has been built for Free St John's congregation, 
the old church in Small's Wynd having been purchased to form a lecture 
hall for the College. The new church, which is a very fine building, 
was recently opened for public worship. With the exception of a single 
stance, Whitehall Street still remains unfeued, and, a period of dull trade 
being still in the future, it is to be feared it will continue in the same con- 
dition for some time longer. The sites in Scouringburn and several of those 
in Seagate are vacant, but on the north side of the latter thoroughfare a 
block of business premises is in progress, and it is proposed to build a 
new Theatre at the top of Gellatly Street, having a frontage to Seagate. 
There are other prospective schemes for the extension of the town. A 
new Goods Station is being erected at Union Street for the Caledonian 
Railway Company, and it is proposed to extend the Newtyle line from 
Lochee farther east, to reach the mills and factories lying in that 
direction of the town. Besides, there is a pro]DOsition to construct a 
Circular Railway round the town. These schemes are still in a state 
of embryo, but will doubtless form events for the future. The erection 
of the new Tay Bridge is being proceeded with slowly, but surely, the 
contractors apparently making certain of the stability of their work. 
Above thirty of the foundations and piers have been laid, and the woi'k 
goes steadily on at both sides of the river. 

Socially, Dundee is still on the side of progress. The great schemes, 
promoted through the munificence of high-minded libei'al citizens, 
have been matured and carried out, and our older institutions have 
maintained their wonted strength and vitality. The High School 
has been reorganized, and, through the instrumentality of the late Mr 
Harris, who gifted to it the sum of £20,000, it has been placed in a 
position of permanent independence. A rector has been appointed, 
sitjland, as its preceptorial arrangements have been altered for the better, 



a large accession of pupils has been drawn towards it. In a short tune 
the large block of buildings on the west side of the High School, and 
forming a portion of Euclid Crescent, will be altered to provide a new 
educational institution, namely, a High School for Girls. The Harris 
Academy, an uastitution which will perpetuate the memory of one of 
Dundee's noblest citizens, is making rapid progress in Park Place. The 
event of the year, however, was the openmg of the University College, which 
took place on Friday, 5th October, 1883, the opening ceremony being 
performed by the Right Hon. the Earl of Dalhousie, K.T. There 
was a large and influential assemblage, over one thousand persons being- 
present. Several hundred students have come forward, and the heads 
of the departments are men distinguished for learning and ability. 
With the endowment of the High School, the erection of the Harris 
Institute, and the opening of the new College, the educational require- 
ments of the people are well provided for. 

Our charitable and benevolent institutions are well sustained, with 
the exception of the Royal Lunatic Asylum. This institution, since its 
removal to West Green, has been in a languishing state, owing to 
its embarassed circumstances. The old building at the east end of the 
town has not realized the expectations of the directors. It has 
remained untenanted upon their hands, and only recently a portion 
of it was feued for business purposes. A Children's Ward has been 
established in the Infirmary, and a Day Nursery — a very desirable 
institution — was opened a short time ago in Larch Street Hall in 
Scouringburn. A Rescue Home for Destitute Women has been erected 
in Coupar Street, Lochee, and, since it was opened, has done much 
good. The buildings for the new Asylum for the Blind at Magdalen 
Green are rapidly progressing, and will shortly be occupied. These 
and kindred institutions are zealously carrying out the philanthropic 
ends for which they have been established. 

Lochee, Broughty Ferry, Newport, and Tayport felt the influence of 
the late commercial rise and ultunate depression. In Lochee, trade has 
otherwise been fairly satisfactory. A number of new buildings have 
been erected, and two of the churches — St Luke's and the Parish 
Church — have been overhauled and made new, and several improve- 
ments effected in this part of the burgh. Broughty Ferry has increased 
to such an extent that it has been resolved to extend its boundaries. 
In the other districts the marks of progress are apparent, and it is to be 
hoped, with the advent of another Die,ectoe.y, the trade of the town 
will be more satisfactory than it is with the issue of that of 1884-5. 

June 1884, 

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Ward First. -^On the east by the eastern boundary of the burgh ; on the 
south bj' the river Tay ; on the west bj' a line commencing at the top of Castle 
Btreet, and thence southward along Castle street to Dock street, and thence 
southward to the Victoria arch at the harbour of Dundee, and thence through 
the centre of said arch in a straight line southward to the river Tay ; and on 
the north by Murraj'gate, Cowgate, King street. Princes street, and the Dundee 
and Arbroath turnpike road to the eastern boundary of the burgh. 

Council Representatives— Bailie White, Peter Adamson, and John M'Farlane. 

Ward Second.— On the south by the river Tay; on the east by the western 
bouudary of Ward First ; on the west by the western boundary of the burgh ; 
and on the north and north-west by a line commencing on the Dundee and 
Invergowrie turnpike road, commonly called the Perth road, where said road 
intersects the municipal boundary, and from thence running eastward along 
the said road and the Nethergate and High street to the top of Castle street. 

Council Representatives— James Allan, Alexander Speed, and James NicoU. 

Ward Third. — Commencing on the road from Dundee to Coupar-Angus, 

I commonly called the Lochee road, at a point thereon immediately opposite 
Logie Farm steading where an unnamed road leading off said Lochee road to the 
Lawside road begins, and from thence running along said unnamed road to said 
Lawside road, and from thence northward along said Lawside road to the 
Loons road, and from thence westward along said Loons road to the King's 
Cross road, and from thence northwards and around the Lochee area, added to 
the burgh under the Acts twenty and twenty-first Victoria, chapter seventy, 
and twent J'- fourth and twenty-fifth Victoria, chapter thirty-six, till such area 
strikes the previously existing municipal boundary at the junction of Gibbs 
lane with Ancrum road, Lochee, and from thence south-eastward in a straight 
line to the point in Lochee road where the boundary now described com- 

Council Representatives — James Perrie, William Blair, and Bailie Ogilvie. 

Ward Fourth. — On the east by the eastern boundary of the burgh ; on the 
south by the northern boundarj' of Ward First ; on the west by the Wellgate 
and Hilltown ; and on the north and north-east by Ann street of Maxwelltown, 
to its junction with the roadway of Hillbank road and Cotton road, and from 
thence along said roadway to Laing street, and from thence along Laing street 
^nd Dura street and continuation thereof to the Pitkerro turnpike road, other- 
wise Stobswell road, and from thence along said road to the north-easterly 
boundary of the burgh at Stobsmuir. 

Council Representatives— James Cowan, Bailies Norrie and Doig. 

Ward Fifth. — On the south and south-east by the northern boundary of 
Ward Fourth from the eastern to the western termination thereof, and from said 
western termination crossing the Hilltown to Rosebank street, and from thence 
along Rosebank street to the junction thereof with Constitution street, and from 
thence along Constitution street to its junction with Somerville place; on the 
west by the road leading from the top of Constitution road northward along the 
west side of Stirling's park and the east side of the Law until it reaches the 


northern boundary of the burgh ; and on the north and north-east by the 
north-east boundary of the burgh to the north-easterly point of said boundary 
at Stobsmuir. 

Council Eepresentatives— Bailie Hunter, John S. Bradford, and Bailie 

Ward Sixth.-- Commencing in Constitution road at the junction of Con- 
stitution street with Somerville place, and from thence running eastward along 
Constitution street to Rosebank street, and from thence running south-eastward 
and eastward by Rosebank street to the Hilltown, and from thence running 
southward by the Hilltown, Wellgate, Murraygate, High street, and Nether- 
gate, to the point where Tall}' street joins the Nethergate, thence running north- 
wards by Tally street, Barrack street, and Constitution road to the point where 
it commenced. 

Council Representatives— James P. Smith, John Tulloch, and William Philip, 

Ward Seventh.— On the east by Tally street at its junction with the Nether- 
gate, and along Tally street. Barrack street, Constitution road, and the road lead- 
ing from the top of Constitution road northward along the west side of Stirling's 
park and the east side of the Law until it reaches the northern boundary 
of the burgh ; on the north b}' the northern boundary of the burgh to the 
eastern termination of Ward Third on said boundary ; on the west by and along 
the easterly boundary of Ward Third to Lochee road ; and on the south-west 
and south along Lochee road, North Tay street, and South Tay street, to its 
junction with the Nethergate, and thence eastwards along the Nethergate to 
the point where it commenced. 

Council Representatives — James Gentle, Robert Taylor, and William Cleg- 

Ward Eighth. — Commencing in the Overgate between South Tay street 
and North Tay street, and from thence running along North Taj' street to its 
junction with Lochee road, and from thence along Lochee road to the commence- 
ment of the boundary of Ward Third before described, and from thence west- 
ward by and along the southern boundary of Ward Third to the junction of 
Gibb's lane with Ancrum road, Lochee ; and from thence southwards and along 
the western boundary of the burgh to Ijlackness road, and from thence along 
Blackness road to its junction with Scouringburn road, and from thence along 
the Scouringburn, Westport, and Overgate to the point in the Overgate where 
it commenced. 

Council Representatives — Treasurer Ballingall, Daniel John M'Kinnon, and 
Alexander M'CuUoch. 

Ward Ninth. — Commencing on the west boundary of the burgh in the said 
Dundee and Invergowrie turnpike road, commonly called the Perth road, where 
such boundary is intersected by said road, and from thence running eastward 
along said road and the Nethergate to the junction of the Nethergate with South 
Tay street, and from thence running along South Tay street to its junction with 
the Overgate and Westport, and from thence running westward along the 
Overgate and Westport to the Scouringburn road, and from thence running 
along the Scouringbnrn road to its junction with the Blackness road, and along 
the Blackness road to the western boundary of the burgh, and from thence 
running down said western boundary to the point where it commenced. 

Council Representatives — Provost Moncur, William E. R. Young, and John 
O. Black. 


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The italic letters at beginning of line denote the position of the street on the Map, 
and the numbers at end denote the Parliamentary and Municipal Ward in which each 

street is situated 

D d Abbotsford place, 62 Peddie st. 9 
E c Adelaide terrace, N. of and parallel 
to Albany terrace 7 

E e Airlie place, 7 Perth road 9 

D e Airlie terrace, top of Airlie pi. 9 
E c Albany ter . , N. of Panmure ter . 7 
G d Albert st., continuation of Princes 
street to N. 4 

Albert court, 37 Netliergate 
Albert square, that portion of Mea- 
dowside between Reform street 
and Panmure street 
Albion jjassage, IGl Overgate 
Alexander's close, 120 Overgate 
F c Alexander st., 27 N. Wellington 
street to E. 5 

Alexandra terrace, 330 Perth rd. 
F d Allan street, 157 Seagate to East 
Dock street 1 

D d Anchor lane, 48 Henderson's "West 
■wynd, Scouringburn 8 

G c Ancrum road, Lochee 3, 8 

Anderson's close, 93 Rosebank st. 
Anderson's entry, 172 Hawkhill 
Anderson place, 7a William street, 

Annan's terrace, 19 Wellington st. 
F d Ann street, 113 Hilltown to Cot- 
ton road 4, 5 
D d Annfield rd., 213 Hawkhill to 164 
Blackness road 9 
D d Annfield row, 82 Annfield road 9 
D d Annfield street, 92 Annfield road 
to Peddie street 9 
H d Arbroath road, from top of Princes 
street to E. 1, 4 
n d Arbuthnott road, off Craigie ter. 1 
Arcade buildings, 6 King street, 
42 King's rd. , and 93 Victoria rd. 
Arctic place, 79 Arbroath road 
Argyle street, 42 Forfar road 
F c Arklay st. , from Dens road to N. 5 
E d Arthur st., top of Dallfield walk 6 
D d Ash lane, 104 Lochee road 8 
D d Ash st. , Smellie's lane to Hop st. 8 
Ashton place, 191 Hawkhill 
Athole terrace, Forfar road 
E b Eack street, 25 Paterson street to 
341 Loons road 5 

G d Baffin street, from 85 Arbroath 

road to Watson street 1 

F d Bain square, 12 Cowgate and 

5Wellgate 1 

Balbirnie terrace, 121 Victoria rd. 

J) d Balfour street, 96 Hawkhill 9 

D cBalgay st., continuation of Miln- 

bank road to Lochee road 3, 8 

Balgayview, 16 Wilkie's lane 

F d Baltic st. , 36 Wellgate to Bell st. 6 

Baltic buildings, W. end Baltic st. 

E d Baltic chambers, 9 Bell street 6 

Bank court, 112 Seagate 
E d Bank street, 36 Reform street to 
Barrack street 6 

E d Barrack road, continuation of Dud- 
hope street to the W. 7 
E d Barrack st., 59 Overgate to N. 6, 7 
Barron's court, 10 Johnston's lane 
Baxter's court, 45 Cowgate 
D d Baxter street, 13 Balgay street 8 

Beaconsfield pi. , 104 Victoria rd. 
B d Beechwood ter., Westpark rd. 9 
E d Bell street, 13 Constitution road to 
Baltic street 6 

E d Bell street (West), 13 Constitution 
road W. to Lochee road 7 

E d Bell St. lane, 15 Constitution rd. 6 
Bell's close, 44 King street 
Bell's close, 69 Rosebank street 
Bellfield lane, 167 Hawkhill 
Bellfleld place, 341 Loons road 
Belmont pi., 112 to 134 Hawkhill 
D d Benvie road, from Fyffe street to 
Mitchell street 8 

D d Bernard street, 180 Hawkhill 9 

Blackheath place, 203 Hawkhill 
C d Blackness ores. , 227 Perth road 9 
D d Blackness road, 68 Scouringburn 
to W. 8, 9 

D d Blackness st., 190 Blackness rd. 9 
C d Blackness terrace, 239 Perth rd. 9 
F d Blackscroft, continuation of Sea- 
gate from St Roque's lane to E. 1 
E d Blinshall street, 47 Scouringburn 
to Lochee road 8 

Blyth place, 5 Balgay street 
D d Blyth street, continuation of Fleu- 
char street to Balgay street 8 


Bonnybank road, 90 Victoria road 

Boyack's close, 93 Overgate 

Brewery lane, Polepark road 

Broad close, 228 Overgate 
Fd Brown Constable st., from Cres- 
cent street to Dura street 1 

Brown's entry, 220 Hawkhill 

Brown's lane, 28 Session street 
E d Brown street, 37 Westport to 
Lochee road 8 

E c Bruce street, from G5 Hospital 

wynd to Byron street 
Bruce's entry, 4 Wellgate 
F c Buchanan st., off Ogilvie st. 5 
BuokLngliam terrace, Maryfield 
Butchart's close, 174 Seagate 
Butchart's close, 33 Meadowside 
Butcher row, Greenmarket to W. 
Butterburn, top of Hilltown 
E c Byron street, from Derby street to 
Leng street 5 

Cabel's close, 39 Wellgate 
Calcutta buildings, W. side of Com- 
mercial street N. of Exchange st. 
F c Caldrum street, 28 N. George st. 
toN. 5 

Calendar close, 174 Overgate 
Calder place, 233 Hilltown 
Calder's square, 223 Hilltown 
Camden place, 71 Perth road 
Cameron's close, 90 Murraygate 
Campbell's close, 76 High street 
D c Campbell street, off Union place, 
Lochee 3 

Campbeltown place, 265 to 277 

Camperdown court, 22 Barrack st. 
Camperdown street, N. side Vic- 
toria dock 
F d Candle lane, 81 Seagate 1 

Candle close, 214 Overgate 
E cCarmichael street, 44 Hospital 
wynd 5 

F e Castle street, 1 High st. to Shore 
terrace 1, 2 

Castle court, 27 Castle street 
Castlehill, top of Seagate 
Castle lane, from Castle court to 
O c Catherine street, from Eliza street 
to W. 5 

G c Chalmers street, Maderia street 5 
Chapel street, 9 Albert square 
Chapelshade, a district N. of Bell 
street to Dudhope street 
F d Charles street, 51 Wellgate 4 

D d Cherryfield, 125 Blackness road 8 
G d Church street, 112 Princes st. 4 
F c Church st., Clepington feus, from 
St Salvador street to Main st. 5 
Church lane, 4 Tally st. to High st. 
Cd Clarendon 'terrace, 245 to '281 
Perth road 9 

Clark street, 38 James street 
Z) cCleghorn street, from 17 Balgay 
street to Lochee road 
Clepington feus, top of Maxwellt'n 
F c Clepington st., from Dundonald 
street to N. 5 

Clinton lolace, 13 Albert street 
E d Cochrane street, 37 Lochee road 7 
E 6Coldside,W.ofStrathmartinerd. 5 
Commercial court, 3 and 33 Com- 
mercial street 
F d Commercial st. , 15 Albert square 
to 40 Dock street 1, 6 

F c Commercial street, Max., 41 James 
street 5 

F d Constable street, from St Eoque's 
lane to Wallace street 1 

E d Constitution road, from Barrack 
street to N. 6, 7 

E c Constitution st. (Upper), continu- 
ation of Constitution rd.toN. 5, 7 
E c Constitution st. , from top of Con- 
stitution rd. to Rosebank st. 5, 6 
E d Constitution terrace. Constitution 
road 6 

Corn court, 169 Seagate 
D d Corso street, 54 Peddie street 9 
F d Cotton road, from junction of Vic- 
toria rd. and Dens rd. to N. 4 
Coupar's alley, 12 Wellgate 
C c Coupar st., Logie street to Loons 
road, Lochee 
Courthouse square, square front- 
ing Courthouse, W. Bell street 
F c Court street, from Dimdonald st. 
toN. 5 

E e Couttie's wynd, 38 Nethergate 2 
Cowdenknowes, 94 Blackness road 
F d Cowgate, 127 Murraygate to E. 1 
E e Craig street, 29 West Dock street 
to Craig pier 2 

E e Craig pier, landing place of Tay 
ferries, S. end of S. Union st. 2 
Craigiebank terrace, Pitkerro road, 
opposite Baxter park 
Craigie place, 22 Catherine street 
G d Craigie street, 73 Albert street to 
Kemback st. 4 

fl'd Craigie ter., 130 tol50 Ferry rd. 1 


Crescent lane, 18 Princes street 

F d Crescent street, 8 Princes street to 

Victoria street 4 

E e Crichton street, 24 High street to 

Greenmarket 2 

Crichton's close, 39 Overgate 

Cross row, 35 Small's wynd 

C d Dalhoiisie terrace, top of Windsor 

street 2 

E d Dallfield terrace, 22 Dudhope st. 6 

E d Dallfield walk, 44 Dudhope st. 6 

D d Daniel street, 138 Scouringburn to 

Blackness road 8 

Davidson's court, 67 Seagate 

Deerhorn close, 30 Hilltown 

Dempster's court, 94 Scouringburn 

Dempster street, from Daniel st. 

to William street, Scouringburn 

F d Dens street, 9 Princes street to 

Blackscroft 1 

F d Dens brae, 100 King street to 195 

Victoria road 4 

F c Dens road, from E. end of Victoria 

road to N. 4, 5 

Derby street, from 9 Hill st. to N. 

Dickson's entry, 166 Scouringburn 

F e Dock street, from South Union st. 

to foot of Trades lane 1 

F d Dock street. East, from foot of 

Trades lane to E. 1 

Dock street, West, from 6 Dock 

street to Craig street 
Doig's entry, 164 Overgate 
Doig's court, 33 Castle street 
E c Don's road, 15 Eosebank road to 
Constitution street 6 

£(i Douglas St., from Dudhope cres. 
to foot of Lower pleasance 8 

Douglas terrace, continuation of 
Panmure terrace 
Dron's close, 201 Overgate 
E d Dudhope street, 4 Hilltown to 
the W. 6 

Dudhope crescent, 21 Lochee road 
E d Dudhope Crescent road, from Con- 
stitution road to Lochee road 7 
Dudhope place, W. end of Dud- 
hope street, N. side 
E c Dudhope terrace, W. of Somer- 
ville place 7 

Duncan's buildings, 15 Paterson 

Duncan's close, 106 Hawkhill 
Duncan's close, 29 Hilltown 
Dundonald buildings, 12 Dun- 
donald street 


F c Dundonald street, from Arklay st. 
to E. 5 

F c Diura street, off Dens road to For- 
far road 4, 5 
Dyer's pend, 16 Scouringburn 
F d Eadie's road, 70 Victoria road 4 
Easson's angle, 35 Milnbank road 
Edward street, W. end of Scour- 
Eliza street, 76 Diira street 
Elizabeth place, 129 Hawkhill 
F c Elizabeth street, 52 Ann street 5 
Ellen place, N. side of Lyon street 
F d Ellen street, 8 S. George street to 
Ann street 4 
F c Ellen street, N., a continuation of 
EUen street to N. 5 
Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 
Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
G d Erskine street, 25 Victoria street 
to Lyon street 4 
G c Erskine street, N., 28 Dura street 
to Dundonald street 5 
Erskine terrace, Clepington road 
F c Esk street, N. Isla street to Neish 
street 5 
Esplanade, from Craig pier W. to 
Magdalen green, fronting Eiver 
E d Euclid cresct. , from top of Reform 
street to Bell street by both sides 
of High School 6 
E d Euclid street, E. side of Constitu- 
tion rd. , opposite Ward Chapel 6 
F e Exchange street, 50 Castle street 
to Commercial street 1 
F c Fairbairn street, Arklay street to 
Mains road 5 
Fairley place, top of Provost road 
Falcon place, 2 Wilkie's lane 
Ferguson's close, 184 Seagate 
G d Ferry road, continuation of Blacks- 
croft to E. 1 
Fintry feus, toj) of Provost road 
Fishmarket, 9 Greenmarket 
E e Fish street, foot of Crichton st. 2 
i)c;Fleucharst.,AV.endofFyffest. 8 
D d Ford's lane, 306 Hawkhill to 163 
Perth road 9 
F d Forebank road, 86 Victoria rd. to 
Ann street 4 
Forebank terrace, 20 Forebank rd. 
F d Foimdry lane, E. end of Seagate 1 
D c FuUarton street, Campbell street 
to Loons road 3 
D d Fyffe street, 66 Polepark road 8 
Gall's close, 124 Overgate 



Gardner's lane, 57 Upper pleasance 
Gardiner's entry, 3 Westport 
Garfield place, 53 Hawkhill 
Garland place, 22 and 24 Constitu- 
tion road, and 2 to 14 Barrack rd. 
F d Gellatly street, 51 Dock street to 
Seagate 1 

Gellatly square, 103 Nethergate 
i^d George street, S., 15 Nelson st. 
to 22 William street 4 

F c George street, N., 199 Hilltown to 
the E. 5 

Gibson terrace, top of Mains loan 
Gladstone place, 32 Dudhope Cres- 
cent road 
Gladstone terrace, 166 Perth road 
F cGlamis street, 15 St Salvador 
street to Main street 5 

G d Glebe street, 32 Lilybank road to 
Ferry road 1 

Glencarse terrace, 4 Wilkie's lane 
Gordon jDlace, 190 Blackness road 
Gordon street, Logie st. to Union 

Gowan's court, 225 Overgate and 
21 N. Tay street 
Gowrie place, 279 Hawkhill 
D d Gowrie street, off Viewforth st. 9 
Q d Graham place, 171 Princes st. 1 
Grant place, 42 Westport 
Gray's close, 71 High street 
Gray's square, 143 Rosebank street 
D e Greenfield place, 156 Perth road 
to 17 Magdalen Yard road 2 

E e Greenmarket, a square — foot of 
Crichton street to the Harbour 2 
Grove place, 185a Perth road 
G d Grove street, foot of Springhill 1 
Guillan's close, 43 Overgate 
Gunn's close, 150 Overgate 
E d Guthrie street, from top of N 
Tay street W. to Scouringburn 8 
G c Harriet street, 42 Dura street 5 

Havelock place, 247 Hawkhill 
Z) d Hawkliill, from Westport W. to 
Perth road 9 

D e Hawkhill place, 17 Perth road 9 
Hawthorn place, 152 Lochee road 
Hay's close, 55 Overgate 
Hazel's close, 31 Nethergate 
E dHean's lane, 24 Small's wynd 9 
Heathfield lane, 71 Hawkhill 
Hedge road, 14 Dudhope street 
to Arthur street 
£ d Henderson's wynd, E., 15 West- 
port 8 

E d Henderson's wynd, W., West end of 

Guthrie street to Douglas street 8 

E e High street, the principal street 

or square in the centre of the 

town 2, 6 

Hillbank, a district E. of Jamaica 

street to Dens road 

F c Hillbank road, from top of Cotton 

road to Dens road 5 

E c Hill street, 34 Strathmartine rd. 5 

Hilltown (or Bonnethill), top of 

Wellgate to N. 
Honey's road, from 217 Blackness 
road to Balgay street 
D d Hop street, 116 Lochee road 8 
F d Horse wynd, 87 Murraygate to 72 
Seagate 1 

E d Horsewater wynd, 81 Scouring- 
burn 8 
E c Hospital wynd, 290 Hilltown 5 
Hospital park, a district N. of 
Hospital wynd 
E d Hunter street, 50 Scouringburn 
to 43 Hawkhill 9 
F d Idvies street, 91 Victoria road 4 
India buildings, 86 Bell street and 

2 and 4 Victoria road 
Ingle wood terrace, 5 Stirling st. 
to 88 Rosebank street 
E d Ireland's lane, 24 Bell street 6 
Irvine's square, 19 Mid street to 
46 Bell street 
F c Isla street, from Mains street to 
Dens road 5 

F c Isla street, N. , continuation of Isla 
street from Dens road to N. 5 
Isles' lane, 115 Hawkhill 
Jack's close, 186 Hawkhill 
F c Jamaica street, 90 Ann street 5 
F c James street, 26 Ann street 5 

G c Janefield place, 26 Forfar road 5 
Johnston's close, 258 Hawkhill 
Johnston's court, 164 Hawkhill 
Johnston's lane, 2 Scouringburn 
E d Johnston street, to^J of N. Lindsay 
street 7 

E d John St., 12 Dudhope cres. rd. 7 

Kay's entry, 48 Overgate 
G d Kemback street, 54 Arbroath rd. 4 
F c Kidd St., 15 North WilUam st. 5 
D d Kincardine street, 46 Blackness 

road to 97 Hawkhill 

F d King street, from Cowgate to 

Princes street 1, 4 

King Street court, 12 King street 

F d King's road, 18 King street 4 


Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
E c Klinlocli street, 106 Rosebank 
street to Carmichael street 5 
E c Kinnaird street, 20 Hosintal wynd 
to Stirling street 5 

Kintore place, 61 Watson street 
Kirk entry, 21 Wellgate 
Kirkcaldy's court, 49 Dock street 
Labiirn street, 50 Dudhojie Cres- 
cent road 
Ladywell place, foot of Hilltown 
F c Laing street, 57 Cotton road 4, 5 
Lamb's court, 16 Crescent lane 
Lamb's lane, 124 Victoria road 
Langlands street, 128 Albert street 
Lansdowne pi. , 3 Constitution rd. 
D d Larch street, 140 Scouringburn 8 
E d Laurelbank, Constitution road 6 
Law street, from Dudliope terrace 
to the N. 
D d Lawrence street, 15 Milnbank rd. 8 
E c Lawson place, 23 Constitution st. 5 
E c Lang street, top of Hill st. to N. 5 
G d Lilybank road, 47 Arbroath road 
to Ferry road 1 

B d Lime street, Westpark road 9 

Lincoln street, Hospital park 
E c^ Lindsay street, N., 115 Overgate 
to Ward road 7 

Lindsay street, S., 23 Nethergate 
Lindsay's close, 32 Scouringburn 
E d Littlejohn st., Du'dhope crescent 7 
Livingstone place, 85 Upper plea- 
sance, or Lochee road 
D c Lochee road, from top of N. Tay 
street to Lochee 3, 7, 8 

E e Long wynd, 75 Nethergate to 194 
Overgate 7 

D b Loons road, 150 Strathmartine 
road to Lochee 5, 7 

E b Lorimer street, 309 Loons road 5 
Lome terrace, Forfar road 
Lowden's alley, 157 Hawkhill 
Lowden's court, 30 Arbroath road 
Lowden's pend, 142 Hilltown 
Lumsden's entry, 27 Westport 
Lyon's close, 2 Blackness road to 
61 Hawkhill 
F d Lyon street, 26 Albert st. to W. 4 
Lyon place, south side of Lyon st. 
M'Cosh's entry, 96 Murraygate 
^dM'Donald street, 102 Hilltown 
to Arthur street 6 

G c M'Gill street, 101 Albert street 4 
M'Intosh's close, 108 Murraygate 
M'Vicar's lane, 144 Perth road 


Macdoriald's bldgs. , 21 Glamis st. 
Macdonald's bldgs., 118 Hilltown 
G c Madeira street, back of Morgaa 
Hospital 5 

F c Main street, from top of Hilltown 
E. to Dens road 5 

G c Mains loan, from top of Albert 
street to N. 5 

F c Mains road, top of Hilltown & 
D e Magdalen Yard road, 116 Perth 
road to Magdalen green 2 

Magdalen pi. , 43MagdalenYardrd.. 
Magdalen place, Clepington road 
O e Magdalen green, from Magdalen 
Yard rd. toW. , fronting the river 2 
F c Malcolm street, 13 Ogilvie street 5 
Malthouse close, 58 Nethergate 
Manor place, 189 to 223 Perth road 
Margaret p)lace, corner of Albert 

street and Victoria street 
Marine parade, S. of Victoria dock 
Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 
Marion j)lace, 185 Princes street 
Market street. East Dock street to 
Ferry road 
F d Mary Ann lane, E. Dock street 
to Seagate 1 

G c Maryfleld, a district N. of Albert 
street 5 

Masonic place, 46 Dudhope Cres- 
cent road 
Mathew's close, 31 Overgate 
Matthew's court, 80 Constable st. 
Maxwelltown, a district N. of Ann 
E d Meadowside, from top of Barrack 
street to Victoria road 6 

Meadow street, 24 Wellgate to 

Meadow place, east end of Bell st. 
F d Meadow entry, 80 Murraygate 6 
Meal's close, 167 Overgate 
Melrose terrace. Court street 
B d Melville terrace, Westpark road 9 
Methodist close, 51 Overgate 
Mid Kirk style, from Tally street 
to S. Lindsay street 
E c Mid road, 29 Strathmartine road 
to Mains road 5 

Mid shore or Shore terrace — see 
Shore terrace 
E d Mid street, 49 Constitution road 6 
D e Mid wynd, 77 Perth road to 232 
Hawkhill 9 

F d Middle street, 69 Princes street 
to 66 Blackscroft 1 



Miller's close, 138 Murraygate 
Miller's pend, 15 Scoiiringbiirn 
D e Miller's wynd, 51 Perth road to 
208 HawkhiU 9 

Mill's entry, 52 Westport 
Miln street, from Brown street to 
West Henderson's wynd 
Milne'sW.wynd, 183 Scouringbiirn 
D d Milne's E. wynd, 171 Scouring- 
burn 8 

Miln's close, 202 Overgate 
D d Milnbank rd., W. end of Scouring- 
burn 8 

Miln's buildings, 136 Netliergate 
Milne's court, 48 "Wellgate 
Mint close, 51 High street 
D d Mitchell street, Lochee road to 
Benvie road 8 

Morgan's bldgs., 143 Nethergate 
Morrice place, 96 Hilltown 
Morrison's court, 58 "Wellgate 
Mortimer place, 12^ Mortimer st. 
E c Mortimer street, from 91 Hospital 
wynd to Byron street 5 

Morton's square, 31 Wellgate 
Moiintpleasant, 134 Hawkhill 
Mudie place, 308 Hawkhill 
Mudie's close, 54 King street 
JF d Murraygate, from E. end of High 
street to the N.E. 1, 6 

Myles's court, 68 St Andrew's st. 
Nairn's close, 9 Arthur street 
Napier place, 13 Nelson street 
F c Neish street, Fairbairn street to 
Esk street 5 

F d Nelson street, 94 Victoria road to 
Ann street 4 

Nelson terrace, 4 Nelson street 
Ness street, 9 Ellen street to 42 
William street, Forebank 
E e Nethergate, from W. end of High 
street to Perth road 2, 7, 9 

E d New Inn entry, 67 High street 6 
Nicoll's close, 12 Blinshall street 
Nicoll's court, 224 HawkhiU 
Nicoll's court, 4 Dallfield walk 
Nicoll's court, 59 Wellgate 
Nicoll's entry, 13 Arthur street 
E d Nicoll street, 7 Ward road 7 

E c North st. , 65 Strathmartine rd. 5 
Northern Assurance bldgs. , corner 
of Commercial st. and Albert sq. 
B d Norwood terrace, Westparkroad 9 
Norwood ter., 32-46 Thomson st. 
F c Ogilvie st., from Dura st. to N. 5 
Ogilvie's close, 29 High street 

E c Ogilvie's rd., 7 Constitution st. 5 
Osborne place, 77 Magdalen green 
Oswald pi., top of St Matthew st. 

E d Overgate, from W. end of High 
street to Westport 6, 7 

F d Panmure street, from foot of Well- 
gate W. to the High School 6 

E c Panmure ter. , N. of Dudhope ter. 7 
Paradise lane, 17 Dudhope street 

E d Paradise road, 20 Mid street to 
Dudhope street 6 

Park lane, 15 Temple lane 
Parkview ter. , 8 to 14 Forfar rd. 

E e Park place, 145 Nethergate 9 

D d Park street, 112 Lochee road 8 
Park terrace, 255 Blackness road 

E d Park wynd, 70 Hawkliill 9 

Parker square. West Bell street 

£"0? Parker st., 26 Dudhope Crescent 

road 7 

Parker's court, 10 William street, 

King street 

Parker's lane, 36 Small's wynd 

Parkhill place, 134 Blackness road 

E b Paterson st., 124Strathm'tinerd. 5 

D e Paton's lane, 240 Perth road to .57 
Magdalen green 2 

Peddie's close, 87 Overgate 

D d Peddie st., 245 Hawkhill to Black- 
ness road 9 

G d Peep-o'-day lane, 145 Blackscroft 
to East Dock street 1 

D ePennycook lane, 141 Perth road 
to 288 Hawkhill _ _ 9 

D e Perth road, a continuation of 
Nethergate from Small's wynd to 
west 2, 9 

F d Peter street, 101 Murraygate to 
84 Seagate 1 

Peter's court, 20 Cowgate 
Petrie's entry, 23 Rose street 

D c Pitfour street, 27 Balgay street 8 
Playfair's entry, 10 Hawkhill 
Pleasance (Upper), 57 Lochee road 
to 111 

D d Pleasance (Lower), from W. end of 
Douglas street to Lochee road 8 

Z) d Pole street, 48 Polepark road 8 

D d Polepark road, W. end of Scour- 
ingburn to Lochee road 8 

Powrie place, 23 Ann street 

F d Princes street, continuation of 
King street to N.E. 1, 4 

PuUar's close, 209 Hawkhill 
PuUar's close, 132 Murraygate 
Quarry entry, 82 Cowgate 



F d Queen street, 150 Seagate to 75 
Cowgate 1 

O d Eaglan street, 41 Albert street to 
Kemback street 4 

Ramsay's pend, 43 Scoiiringbiirn 
Eamsay place, 105 Ferry road 
Eamsay street, 23 Polei^ark road 
Eaiikiae's court, 79 High street 
Rattray's entry, 78 Bell street 
E d Rattray street, 13 Ward road 7 
E d Reform street, from High street 
N. to Euclid crescent 6 

Reid street, 8 Derby street 
Rennie's close, 120 Nethergate 
Ritchie's lane, 187 Perth road to 
318 Hawkhill 
G d Robertson st., 15 Arbroath rd. 1 
Robertson's close, 121 Cowgate 
Rodger's close, 77 Overgate 
Rollo's row, off Bell Street lane 
Roodyards, 99 to 115 Ferry road 
E d Rose street, 15 Arthur street 6 
Roseangle, see Magdalen Yard road 
E d Rosebank road, 26 Eosebank st. 6 
E c Eosebank street, 128 Hilltown to 
Hosi^ital wynd 5 

Rose lane, 37 Eosebank road 
Rosefield i^lace, 179 Blackness rd 
D d Rosefield st., 195 Blackness rd. i 
Roslin terrace, Court street 
Royal Exchange iol.,Panmure st 
Rl. Exchange court, 39 Albert sq, 
Rl. Exchange lane, 30 Meadowside 
B d Roxburgh ter. , top Westp'k road 9 

Russell lane, 8 Victoria road 
E c Russell street, 58 Strathmartine 
road 5 

Rustic pl.,"VV. end of Dudhope st., 
S. side,and63to69 Constitutionrd. 
D eRyehill lane, 109 Perth road to 
262 Hawkhill 9 

F dSt Andrew's street, 31 Cowgate to 
116 Seagate 1 

St Andrew's pi., 18 to 24 Cowgate 
St Clement's lane, 11 High street 
St David's lane, 26 North Tay st. 
St James's place, 1 Annfield row 
B dSit Johnswood ter.,Westpark rd. 9 
St Margaret's close, 36 Nethergate 
D 0? St Mary st. , 79 Upper pleasance 7 
St Mary's ter., top of St Mary st. 
Z) d St Mary's pi., top of St Mary st. 7 
St Matthew place, foot of St Mat- 
thew street 
G dSt Matthew street, 68 Ferry road 
N. to Watson street (Glebe) 1 

D c St Peter street, 121 Perth road to' 
270^ Hawkhill 9' 

St Eoque's court, 112 Cowgate 
i^ c^ St Eoque's lane, 210 Seagate to 
King street 1 

St Salvador's close, 13 Overgate 
F cSt Salvador's st., foot of Church 
street, Clepington feus 
Salem street, 59 Constitution road 
Salisbury jjlace, 87 Arbroath road 
Sanderson's court, 222 Overgate 
B d Scotswood ter. , top Westpark road 
G c Scott street, 38 Balgay street 
Scott's entry, 136 Princes street 
Scott's close, 97 Overgate 
Scott's close, 6 HawkhiU 
Scott's angle, 5 Brown street 
D d Scom-ingburn, from Westport to 
Polepark road 8, 9 

D e Seafield lane, 214 Perth road 2 
D e Seafield road, 210 Perth road to 
39 Magdalen Yard road 2 

F d Seagate, from High street to St 
Eoque's lane 1 

Sea wynd, 128 Nethergate 
E d Session street, 11 Scouringburn to- 
Guthrie street 8 

G c Shamrock street, Maryfield 5- 

Shejiherd's close, 146 Murraygate 
C e Shepherd's loan, 324 Perth road 
to 75 Magdalen green 2 

Shore terrace, or Mid shore, from 
foot of Castle st. to Greenmarket 
E e Small's lane, 26 Small's wynd 9 
E e Small's wynd, 1 Perth road to 54^ 
Hawkhill 9 

E d Smellie's lane, from Henderson's. 
W. wynd to 84 Lochee road 8 
E c Smithfield, a district, top of HUl' 
town 5 

Smith's pend, 22 Session street 
E d Soapwork lane, from Irvine's sq. 
toE. 6 

E cSomerville pi., top of Constitution 
road 7 

Soutar's close, 4 Westport 
Speed's close, 19 Overgate 
Spence's close, 154 Overgate 
Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 
D e Springfield, 23 Perth road » 

G d Springhill,86 Ferryrd. to Arbroath 
road 1 

Springhill place, 72 Ferry road 
Stanley place, 17 Step row 
D e Step row, 2.58 Perth road to 61 
Magdalen green 2 



Stewart's court, 8 St Roque's lane 
jD c Stewart street, 20 Baxter street 8 
E c Stirling street, 236 Hilltown to 
Carmichael street 5 

Stobswell road, 30 Dura street 
E h Strathmartine road, from toj) of 
Hmtown to N.W. 3, 5 

F c Strathmore street, from Arklay 
street to Court street 5 

Strawberrybank, 342 Perth road 
to 79 Magdalen green 
F d Sugarhouse wynd, 53 Cowgate to 
134 Seao'ate 1 

D d Tait's lane, 265 Hawkhill 9 

Tally st. ,54 Overgate to Nethergate 
Tannage court, 7 Cowgate 
F cTannadice street, from Arklay 
street to Court street 5 

E d Tay street (North), 249 Overgate 
to N. 7, 8 

E eTay street (Southj, 113 Nether- 
gate to 242 Overgate 7, 9 
Tay square, 12 South Tay street 
Tay Street lane, 107 Nethergate 
Tawse's close, 108 Hilltown 
D e Taylor's lane, 298 Perth road to 
73 Magdalen green 2 
E d Temple lane, 30 Westport 9 
F c Thistle st., 27 Mains road to E. 5 
Thomson place, 51 Wellgate 
Thomson's close, 72 Princes street 
D e Thomson street, 228 Perth road 
to 55 Magdalen green 2 
Thorn place, 219 Blackness road 
Thorter row, 36 Overgate 
Tindal's wynd, 4^ High street to 

6 Shore terrace 
Todburn lane, from WiUiam street. 
King street, to Dens brae 
Todburn entry, 49 Wellgate 
Todd's entry, 175 Overgate 
F d Trades lane, from St Andrew's st. 
to Dock street 1 

TuUoch's close, 66 Wellgate 
Union close, 2.5 Nethergate 
Union court, 6 Thorter row 
E e Union street and S. Union street, 
40 Nethergate to Craig pier 2 
F cUnionst.,Max.,80 Annst.toN. 5 
F d Union street, Joint-Stocks, from 
Charles street to Kirk entry 4 
E d Union ter., E. side of Constitu- 
tion road 6 
D e Union place, 274 Perth road 2 
D d Ure street, 181 Hawkhill to 136 
Blackness road 9 

D d Urquhart street, from 172 Scour- 
ingburn to Blackness road 8 

Vault, 17 High street 
Victoria bldgs., 12 to 24 E.Dock st. 
Victoria bldgs. , 23 Victoria road 
Victoria chambers, lOto 14Victoria 

Victoria crescent, 126 Victoria rd. 

Victoria pi., S. side of Victoria st. 

F d Victoria road, from Bell street to 

Dens road 4, 6 

F d Victoria street, top of Princes st. 

to W. 4 

Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 

Victoria terrace, 23 Victoria street 

Viewbank ter., toj) of Provost rd. 

C d Viewforth street, 291 Hawkhill 9 

Wallace street, 141 Princes street 

to Blackscroft 1 

Wallace's court, 114 Miurraygate 

Wallace's i^end, 24a HawkhiU 

D d Walton street, 172 Scouringburn 8 

Wannan's close, 42 Westport 
E d Ward road (South), top of Bar- 
rack street to North Tay street 7 
E d Ward road, from foot of Consti- 
tution road to North Tay st. 7 
Washington buildings, Peddie st. 
Waterloo place, 73 Annfield road 
D d Watt street, 190 Hawkhill ' 9 
Watson ter., top of Watson street 
G d Watson street, from Ferry road to 
Baffin street 1 

Watson's close, 58 Hawkhill 
D d Watson's lane, 133 Hawkhill U 
Waverley buildings, Peddie street 
Well road, 150 Hawkhill 
Well road, 108 Strathmartine rd. 
F d Wellgate, from Murraygate to 
foot of Hilltown 4, 6 

F d Wellington street, 98 Victoria road 
to Ann street 4 

F c Wellington street, N., a continu- 
ation of Wellington street to N. 5 
Westfield avenue, 172 Perth road 
Westfield entry, 200 Perth road 
Westfield lane, 188 Perth road 
to 35 Magdalen Yard road 
D e Westfield place, 186 Perth road 
to 33 Magdalen Yard road 2 

E e West Dock street, W. side of Earl 
Grey dock 2 

B d Westpark road, from Perth road— 
on the west side of the Cemetery 
— to Blackness road 9 

E d Westport, W. end of Overgate 8, 9 



West Protection wall, from Craig 
harbour to Tide harboiir, front- 
ing the river 
West street, top of Paterson street 
D e West wynd, 95 Perth rd. to 248 
Hawkhill 9 

F d Whale lane (East), 187 Seagate 1 
F d Whale lane (West), 181 Seagate 1 
Whitehall street, 6 Nethergate to 

S. Union street 
Whitton's lane, 322 King street 
Whitton's pend, 25 Hawkhill 
F d Whitton street. King's road 4 
William street, 104 Victoria road 
to Ann street 
F c William street, N., continuation 
of William street to N. 5 

D d William street, 118 Scourlngbum 

to Blackness road 8 

William street, 62 King street 

E d Willison street, 44 Barrack street 

to N. Lindsay street 7 

D d Wilkie's lane, 141 Hawkhill 9 

Windsor place 79 Magdalen green 

G e Windsor street, from W. end of 

Magdalen green to Perth road 2 

C d Windsor terrace, 229 to 235 Perth 

road 9 

F c Wolseley street, from Dundonald 

street to N. 5 

Yeaman's close, 27 Overgate 

E e Yeaman shore, foot of Union st. 2 

Young's close, 18 Westport 


The Rooms marked * are to be let for Sales, Exhibitions, Meetings, &c 

Albert Institute Buildings, Albert square, top of Reform street 

Albert Square Free Church, Chapel street, Albert square 

Albert Coffeehouse, 127 Overgate 

*Ancient Mason Lodge Hall, 79 High street 

Ancrum Road Public School, Ancrum road, Lochee 

*Argyle Hall, 1 Overgate 

Balfour Street Public School, Balfour street 

Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street ; Branch office, 1 Victoria street 

Baptist Church, Rattray street, Ward road 

Barracks, approach by Constitution road and Barrack road 

Bell Street U.P. Church, West Bell street, at junction with Constitution road 

Blackscroft Public School, Foundry lane 

Blind, Institution for, 59 Magdalen green 

Bonnethill Free Church, 203 Hilltown 

British Linen Company Banks, 83 Murraygate, and Westport 

Brown Street Public School, 15 Brown street 

*Buchan's Hall, 24 Bank street 

Burgh Surveyor, 79 Commercial street 

Butterburn U.P. Church and Hall, foot of Hill street 

Butterburn Public School, Well road, Butterburn 

Caledonian Mason Lodge, 51 Reform street 

*Camperdown Hall, 22 Barrack street 

Castle Street Congregational Church, 24 Castle street 

Catholic Apostolic Church, Dudhope Crescent road. Constitution road 

Cattle Market (New), Carolina port, Ferry road, and East Dock street 

Cemeteries Office, 13 Ward Road 

Chalmers Free Church, Hunter street 

Chamber of Commerce, Royal Exchange, Panmure street 

Chapelshade Established Church, 27 Constitution road 

Chapelshade Free Church, 9 Constitution road 

Clepington Established Church, top of Isla street 

Clepington Public School, 54 Cotton road 


Clydesdale Bank, east end of High street 

Collector of Poor Eates for Dundee Combination, 1 St Clement's lane 

Collector of Inland Revenue, 31 Bank street 

Commercial Bank, 85 Commercial street 

Convalescent House, 14 William street, Victoria road 

Convalescent Home, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 

Courthouse Buildings, West Bell street 

Curr Night Refuge, 3 West Bell street 

Customhouse, Dock street, east side of King William dock 

♦Cutler's Hall, 138 Murraygate 

Day Nursery, 3 Larch street, Scouringburn 

Deaf and Dumb Institution, 1(35 Lochee road 

Drill Hall, Parker square, West Bell street 

Dudhope Road U.P. Church, Dudhope Crescent road 

Dudhope Free Church, Lochee road, opposite Polepark road 

Dudhope Public School, St Mary's place, St Mary street 

Dundee Advertiser Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 

Dundee Courier & Argus and Northern Warder Office, 34 North Lindsay st. 

Dundee and District Sanitary Association Rooms, 11 Reform street 

*Dundee Hall, 17 Barrack street 

Dundee Institution, Tay square 

Diindee Orphan Institution, 131 Ferry road 

Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Comx^any's Office, 5 Shore terrace 

Eastern Club, 3 vUbert square 

Euclid Crescent School, Euclid crescent 

Euclid Street Chapel, 6 Euclid street 

Evening Telegraph Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 

Excise Office, 31 Bank street 

Female Rescue Home, 18 Union place, Lochee 

Fire Engine Stations : Central Police Office ; Northern Police Office, 66 Union 

street, Maxwelltown ; behind Customhouse, west corner, Dundee ; and 

Police Office, Lochee 
Fish Market, 11 Greenmarket 

*Forfar and Kincardine Mason Lodge, 13 Meadow street 
Free High Church, top of Hosj)ital wynd 

Free Library, Albert Institute buildings, Albert square, top of Reform street 
Free Library Museum, Albert Institute buildings, Albert square 
Gas Commissioners' Office, 16 Meadowside — Works, East Dock street 
Glasite Meeting-House, 4 King street 
Glebe Lands Public School, 2 Glebe street 
*Good Templars' Hall, 51 Reform street 
*Gray's Assembly Rooms, 22 Perth road 
Guild Clerk's Office, 10 Meadowside 
Guild Hall, Townhouse, High street 
Harbour Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 
Harbour Clerk's Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 
" Home," 23 Paton's lane 

Harbour Engineer's Office, Customhouse biuldings 
Hawkhill Public School, 245 Hawkhill 
Hawkhill U.P. Church, 98 Hawkhill 
High School, top of Reform street 

Hill Street Public School, at junction of Hill street with Strathmartine road 
Hilltown Free Church, North Wellington street 
Hull Shipping Company's Office, 5 Shore terrace 
Hunter Street Public School, 19 Hunter street 
Hilltown Mission Hall, 42 and 44 Hilltown 

PUBLIC OFFICES, &c. . ' 17 

Industrial Schools : Girls, "Ward road ; Boys, Baldovan 
Institution for the Blind, 59 Magdalen green 
*Jamaica Street Hall, Jamaica street 

James' U.P. Church, Bell street, at junction with Euclid crescent 
Justice of Peace Clerk's Office, 5 Bank street 
*Kinnaird Hall, 6 Bank street 

Lindsay Street Independent Church, 31 North Lindsay street 
Lloyd's Surveyor's Offices, 54 Commercial street 
Logie Established Church, Scott street, off Balgay street 
Long Wynd Public School, Long wynd 
M'Cheyne Free Church, 328 Perth road 
Martyrs Free Church, Annfield road 
Meadowside Academy, Constitution road and Mid street 
Mercantile Marine Office, Sailors' Home buildings, 63 Dock street 
Morgan Hospital, Forfar road, top of Albert street 

Morison Evangelical Union Ch., meets in Y.M.C.A. Hall, 10 Constitution road 
Music Hall, foot of Castle street 

National Bank, 71 Reform street ; Branch, 115 Hilltown 
North of Scotland Bank, 24 High street, top of Crichton street 
Ogil vie Free Church, top of Albert street 
Operative Bakers' House of Call, 15 Vault 
*Operative Mason Lodge Hall, 43 Overgate 
*Operative Tailors' Hall, 51 Overgate 
Original Secession Church, Euclid crescent 
Painters' Hall, 71 High street 
*Panmure Hall, 6 Bain square 

Panmure St. Independent Church, Panmure st., at junction with Euclid cres. 
Parcels Post Office, 50 Reform street 

Parochial Board Offices, Dundee Combination, Townhouse buildings, 2 Vault 
People's Friend Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 
People's Joiu'nal Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 
PoUce Office, Jail, and Bridewell, West Bell street — District stations, 194 

Scouringburn, 144 Princes street, and 66 Union street, Maxwelltown, 

Diindee ; and South road, Lochee 
Police Treasurer and Collector's Office, 8 Meadowside 
Poor Houses : East — top of Eliza street ; West — 199 Blackness road 
Post Office, top of Reform street ; Branch Office, Customhouse buildings, 

Dock st. ; Parcels Post Office, 50 Reform st. ; Receiving Offices at 90 King 

St., 128 Hilltown, 142 Scouringburn, 242 Perth road, 199 Princes street, 68 

Blackscroft, 57 Hawkhill, and 28 Dundonald street 
Princes Street Independent Church, 157 Princes street 
Procurator Fiscal's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 
Public Baths, West Protection wall. Harbour 
Public Weighhouse and Warehouse, 23 Greenmarket 
Railway Stations, South Union street, East Dock street, and Esplanade 
*Reform Street Hall, 51 Reform street 
Refuge Home, 18 Union place, Lochee 
Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages — see page 24 
Rosebank Established Church, Constitution street 
Rosebank Sessional School, 20 Rosebank street 
Royal Bank of Scotland, 22 Castle street, and 97 Murraygate ; Branch offices, 

3G Westport, and 22 King street 
Royal Exchange, Panmure street 
Royal Infirmary, Barrack road 
[ Royal Lunatic Asylum, West green, Liff 
Russell Chapel, Independent Church, 179 Hawkhill 


RyehUl U.P. Church, 79 Perth road 

St Andrew's Established Church, King street, opposite St Andrew's street 

St Andrew's Free Church, Meadowside, opposite Baltic street ' 

St Andrew's Roman Catholic Church, 152 Nethergate ' 

St Andrew's Eoman Catholic Schools : Boys, 38 Tay st. ; Girls, 174 Overgate ' 

St Andrew's School, 2 William street, Victoria road 

St Clement's, or Steeple Church (Established), Nethergate, opposite Union st. 

St David's Established Church, North Tay street 

St David's Free Church, west end of Ward road 

St David's Masonic Hall, 8 Bank street 

St Enoch's Baptist Church, 12 Long wynd 

St Enoch's Established Church, 79 Nethergate 

St James' Evangelical Union Chvu-oli, 4 Euclid street 

St John's, or Cross Church (Established), South Tay street 

St John's Free Church, 122 Perth road 

St John's Free Church School, 40 Park wynd 

St John's Church of England, Logie den, Lochee road 

St Joseph's Roman Catholic Cliurch, Wilkie's lane, Blackness road 

St Joseph's Catholic Reading Room, 2 Larch street 

St Mark's Established Church, Greenfield place, Perth road 

St Mary Magdalene's Episcopal Chapel, 11 Blinshall street 

St Mary's, or Parish Church, Nethergate, opposite Union street 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Churcli, 34 Forebank road 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Schools : Boys, 32 Forebank rd. ; Girls, Powrie pi. 

St Matthew's Establislied Church, 78 Ferry road (Glebe) 

St Patrick's HaU, 38 South Tay street 

St Paul's, or South Church (Established), Nethergate, opposite Union street 

St Paul's Free Church, 116 Nethergate 

St Paul's Free Church School, 143 Overgate 

St Paul's Episcopal Cliurch, Castlehill, top of Seagate 

St Peter's Free Church, St Peter street 

St Salvador's Episcopal Church and School, top of St Salvador street 

Sailors' Home, 62 Dock Street 

Salem Chapel, Salem street, 59 Constitution road 

Savings Bank, 2 Euclid street 

School Wynd U.P. Church, 6 South Lindsay street 

School Board Office, 32 Castle street 

Seamen's Chapel, Candle lane f " 

Session Clerk's Office, 56 Bell street 

Sheriff Clerk's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street f' 

Shipping Office, Sailors' Home buildings. Candle lane 

Shore Dues Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 

*Smellie's Hall, 50 Barrack street 

Smithfield Episcopal School, 67 Derby street 

Stamp Distributor and Tax Collector's Office, 31 Bank street 

Stamps and Taxes — Assessor and Surveyor's Office, 29 Bank street 

*Strathmore Hall, Sea wynd, Nethergate 

Tay Ferries Office and Station, Craig pier, South Union street 

Tay Square U.P. Church, Tay square. South Tay street : ^ 

Telegraph Offices — 26 Meadowside. Branch Post Office — Customhouse ^ 

buildings. Dock street, and at Railway stations 
Theatre Royal, 15 Castle street 
♦Thistle Hall, 15 Union street 
Thistle Operative Mason Lodge HaU, 15 Vault f 

Town Architect's Office, 36 North Lindsay street 
Town and County Bank, 5 Albert square, Meadowside 


Townhouse Buildings, south side of High street 

Town Clerk's Office, Townhouse buildings, High street 

Town Chamberlain's Office, Townhouse buildings, High street 

Town Surveyor's Office, 79 Commercial street 

Town's Churches — comprising tSt Mary's, or Parish Church ; St Paul's, or 
South Church ; and St Clement's, or Steeple Church, Nethergate, oppo- 
site Union street 

*Trades' Hall, King's road 

Trinity Evangelical Union Church, 74 Victoria road 

Union Bank, 2 Panmure street 

Unitarian Christian Church, 53 Constitution road 

University College, 149 Nethergate 

*Victoria Hall, 62 Victoria road 

Victoria Eoad Public School, King's road, Victoria road 

Victoria Street U.P. Church, Victoria st., at junction with Brown Constable st. 

Wallacetown Established Church, Crescent street, opposite Church street ' 

Wallacetown Free Church, 15 Crescent street 

.Wallacetown Public School, Crescent street 

Ward Chapel, Indei^endent Church, foot of Constitution road 

Water Commissioners' Office, 8 Meadowside ; Manager's Office, 7 Euclid st. 

Weekly News Office, 34 North Lindsay street 

Wellgate Free Church, 45 Dudhope street 
Wellgate Hall, 59 Wellgate 

Wesleyan Methodist Churches, 17 Ward road, and foot of Wellington street 

West-End Academy, 46 South Tay street 

Willison Free Church, 56 Barrack street 

Wishart U.P. Church, 108 Cowgate 

Yoimg Men's Christian Association Rooms, 10 Constitution road 

Young Women's Christian Association Rooms, 8 Bank street 


Argentine Republic, (Consul) 
Belgium, (Vice-Consul) 






3rerman Empire, (Consul) 
jreece, (Consular Agent) 



jiberia, (Consul) 


Peru, (Consul) 


Kussia, ... 

Sweden and Norway, 

3pain, (Vice-Consul) 

Jnited States, (Consul) 

Jnited States, (Vice and Deputy Consul) 

[Jnited States of Colombia, 


Venezuela, ,., 

Thomas Murdoch, 62 St Andrew's st. 
R. J. Niven, 37 Albert square 
Thomas Collier, 13 Albert square 
George C. Keiller, 33 Meadowside 
James Cox, 1 Meadow place 
T. W. Thoms, 18 St Andrew's place 
P. M. Cochrane, 1 Dudhope terrace 
H. Quosbarth, 46 Castle street 
Wm. Buchan Ritchie, 33 Dock street 
John G. Zoller, 87 Commercial street 
James Millar, 54 Commercial street 
D. F. Robertson, 1 Royal Exchange pi. 
T. W. Thoms, 18 St Andrew's place 
James H. Bell, 10 Victoria chambers 
Bernt Pettersen, 46 Castle street 
Otto Holdheim, 10 Victoria chambers 
Bernt Pettersen, 46 Castle street 
I. Julius Weinberg, 13 Panmure street 
Willard B. Wells, 81 Murraygate 
William M'Intyre, 81 Murraygate 
Thomas M. Ferrier, 11 Panmure street 
O. Holdheim, 10 Victoria chambers 
Thomas M. Ferrier, 11 Panmure street 

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POPULATION. — According to the Census returns, the population of 
Dundee in 1871 was 120,724 ; in 1881 it was 145,433 ; and, at the present 
date, it is estimated at 150,000. 

6 Panmure street, Dundee, and Kinloch-Laggan, Kingussie ; London ad- 
dresses, 4 Cleveland sq., St James's, S.W., and Eeform Club. Frank Henderson, 
4 Clarendon terrace, Dundee ; addresses in London, 36 Duke street, St James's, 
S.W., and House of Commons. 


Provost and Chief Magistrate — Alexander Hay Moncur. 

Bailies — "William Hunter, First ; WiUiam Caithness Norrie, Second ; 
"William M'Dougall Ogilvie, Third ; Eobert Laing, Fourth ; William Whyte, 
Fifth ; William Doig, Sixth. 

Dean of Guild — Alexander Henderson. 

Treasurer — Hugh BalUngall. 

Common Councillors — Peter Adamson, John M'Farlane, Alexander Speed, 
James NicoU, James Allan, James Perrie, WUliam Blair, James Cowan, John 
Samuel Bradford, James Petrie Smith, John Tulloch, William Philip, jun., 
William Cleghorn, James Gentle, Eobert Taylor, Daniel John M'Kiiinon, 
Alexander M'Culloch, William Edwin Eobertson Young, John Ormond Black. 

Committees of Council. — Law Committee — Councillor Allan, Convener. 
Provost Moncur, Bailies Hunter and Ogilvie ; Dean of Guild Henderson ; 
Treasurer Ballingall ; Councillors Speed, M'Kinnon, Perrie, Black, Smith, 
M'Culloch, Nicoll, Tulloch, and Young. 

Property and Esplanade Committee — Councillor Blair, Convener. Bailies 
Norrie, Ogilvie, Laing, Whyte, and Doig ; Councillors Gentle, Cowan, Allan, 
Tulloch, M'Kinnon, Young, Adamson, NicoU, M'Farlane, Black, PhUip, jun., 
Taylor, and M'Culloch. 

Finance Committee — Treasurer Ballingall, Convener. Provost Moncur ; 
Bailies Hunter and Ogilvie ; Councillors Perrie, Cleghorn, Blair, Cowan, 
Allan, Speed, Tulloch, Adamson, M'Farlane, Black, Bradford, and M'Culloch. 

Committee on Hospital Fund and Johnston's Charity — Councillor Tulloch, 
Hospital-Master, Convener. Bailie Doig ; Dean of Guild Henderson ; Coun- 
cillors Smith, M'Farlane, M'Kinnon, Perrie, Young, Nicoll, Black, Bradford. 

Council Harbour Trustees — The Provost and Four Senior Bailies, ex officio, 
and Councillor Cowan. 

Council Directors of the High School Corporation — The Provost and Dean of 
GuUd, ex officio; Coimcillors Allan, Philii^, jun., M'Kinnon, Taylor, and Speed. 

Council Governors of Morgan Hospital — The Provost, ex officio ; Councillors 
Allan and Perrie. 

Council Eepresentatives at Meetings of Commissioners of Siipply under the 
" Sheriff Court-Houses Act, 1860 " — Dean of Guild Henderson ; Bailie Hun- 
ter ; Councillors Tulloch, Blair, Young, Bradford, Philip, jun., and M'Culloch. 

Council Members of Free Library Committee — Provost Moncur, Chairman. 
Bailies Ogilvie and Doig ; Treasurer Ballingall; Councillors M'Culloch, Blair, 
Gentle, Cleghorn, Philip), jun., and Bradford. 

Council Commissioners under " Dundee Gas Act, 1868" — The Provost and 
First Bailie, ex officio ; Bailie Laing ; Councillors Nicoll, M'Kinnon, Cowan, 
and Black. 

Eepresentative Trustee, from the Council, of William Harris's Institution — 
Provost Moncur. 

William Hay, Town Clerk — oflSce, Townhouse buildings. David Banner- 


^an, ToAvn Chamberlain — office, Townhouse buildings. William Alexander, 
Town Architect — office, 36 North Lindsay street. James Robertson, Council 
Officer and Billet-Master, Townhouse buildings. Thomas Nicoll, jun., In- 
spector of Weights and Measures — office, 29 North Lindsay street. 
Public Analyst — George D. Macdougald, 82 High street. 

POLICE COMMISSIONERS.— The Provost, Magistrates, and Town Coun- 
cil are also the Commissioners of Police for the Burgh. The following are 
the Committees appointed by the Commissioners : — 

Police Committee, including Watching and Fire Engines — Bailie Hunter, 
Convener. Bailies Norrie, Ogilvie, Laing, Whyte, and Doig ; Councillors 
Adamson, M'Farlane, Speed, Nicoll, Perrie, Blair, Cowan, Bradford, Smith, 
jPhilip, jun., Cleghorn, Taylor, M'Kinnon, Ballingall, Young, and Black. 
I Lighting Committee — Councillor Adamson, Convener. Bailies Ogilvie and 
Whyte ; Councillors Perrie, Blair, Cowan, Smith, TuUoch, Cleghorn, Taylor, 
M'Culloch, Young, and Black. 

j Works Committee — Councillor Gentle, Convener. Bailies Hunter, Norrie, 
Whyte, and Laing ; Dean of Giuld Henderson ; Councillors M'Farlane, 
Speed, Nicoll, Allan, Blair, Cowan, Bradford, Tulloch, Philip, jun., Taylor, 
RI'Kinnon, Ballingall, M'CuUoch, Young, and Black. 

Sanitary Committee, including Cleansing and Lodging-Houses. Councillor 
M'Kinnon, Convener. Bailies Ogilvie, Lamg, AYhyte, and Doig ; Councillors 
M'Farlane, Speed, Allan, Perrie, Blair, Cowan, Smith, Tulloch, Philip, jun., 
Cleghorn, Taylor, M'CuUoch, Young, and Black. 

Improvement Committee — Councillor Cleghorn, Convener. All the Com- 
missioners are Members of this Committee. 

Finance Committee, including Law — Councillor Bradford, Convener. 
Bailie Doig, Councillor Black, and the Conveners of all the other stated Com- 
mittees of the Commission. 

Recreation Grounds Committee, including Balgay Hill — Councillor Speed, 
Convener. BaiUes Norrie and Ogilvie ; Councillors Nicoll, Allan, Perrie, 
Bradford, Smith, Philip, jun., Gentle, JNI'Kmnon, Ballingall, M'CuUoch, Black. 

Baths Committee — Councillor Bradford, Convener. Bailies Hunter, Norrie, 
Laing, and Whyte ; Councillors Adamson, M'Farlane, Speed, Allan, Blair, 
Cowan, Smith, Cleghorn, Gentle, Taylor, BaUingaU, M'CuUoch, and Black. 

Markets, &c. , Committee — Councillor M'Farlane, Convener. BaiUes OgUvie, 
and Whyte ; Councillors Nicoll, Perrie, Cowan, and M'Kinnon. 

Streets Committee — Councillor Cowan, Convener. Bailies Hunter, Laing, 
and Doig ; Councillors Speed, Perrie, Philip, jun., Taylor, Ballingall, 
M'CuUoch, and Black. 

Tramways Committee — CoimciUor Philii), Convener. Bailies Hunter, 
[Ogilvie, Laing, and Doig ; Councillors Allan, Blair, Cowan, Bradford, TuUoch, 
Cleghorn, Gentle, Taylor, M'Kinnon, BaUingaU, M'CuUoch, Young, and Black. 

N.B. — The Provost is a Member of aU the Committees of the Board. 
I Thomas Thornton, Clerk. James W. Barnet, Dejiute-Clerk — office, 15 
Albert square. James Smith, Collector and Treasurer— office, 8 Meadowside. 
WiUiam Mackison, Surveyor and Master of Works — office, 79 Commercial street. 

WATER COMMISSION, consisting of aU the Members of the Town Council 
of Dundee ; and James Mudie, Chief Magistrate, David S. Cowans, Senior 
Magistrate, and James Scott, Junior Magistrate of Broughty Ferry. 

Works Committee — Bailie Laing, Convener. Provost Moncur ; Bailies 
Himter, Laing, Whyte, and Doig ; Dean of Guild Henderson ; Treasurer 
BalUngall; Councillors Gentle, Cleghorn, Smith, Tulloch, Yoimg, M'Farlane, 
Cowan, Bradford, Philip, Taylor, M'CuUoch, and Black ; James Mudie, Chief 
Magistrate, David S. Cowans, Senior Magistrate, and James Scott, Junior 
Magistrate of Broughty Ferry. 


Finance Committee — Treasurer Ballingall, Convener. Provost Moncur; 
Bailies Ogilvie and Doig ; Dean of Guild Henderson ; Councillors M'Kinnon, 
Speed, Perrie, Young, Tulloch, Adamson, NicoU, M'Farlane, Allan, Blair, 
and M'CuUoch; James Mudie, Chief Magistrate, David S. Cowans, Senior 
Magistrate, and James Scott, Jvinior Magistrate of Broughty Ferry. 

James Watson, C.E., Engineer and Manager — office, 7 Euclid street. James 
Smith, Treasurer — office, 8 Meadowside. 

N.B.— Notices of bursts of water pipes are requested to be sent to the 
Manager's office, 7 Euclid street, where they will be immediately attended to. 

DUNDEE BUEIAL BOARD.— The Provost, Magistrates, and Council are 
the Parochial Board for burial ground purposes. 

Works Committee — All the Members of the Board — Alexander Speed, 
Convener. Finance Committee — All the Members of the Board— Alexander 
Speed, Convener. William Hay, Clerk. James Smith, Treasurer. 

Burial Grounds. — Eastern Necropolis, Arbroath road; Western Necro- 
polis, Balgay hill ; New Burying Gromid, Constitution road ; Howff , Meadow- 
side ; St Peter's, Perth road ; St Andrew's, Cowgate ; Eoodyards, Ferry road ; 
and Logic Churchyard, Lochee road. 

William E. M'Kelvie, Superintendent. Office, 13 Ward road ; open from 
9 a.m. till 12 noon, and from 6 till 7 p.m. Offices at the Eastern Necropolis 
and Western Necropolis open during the day. 

EECEEATION GEOUNDS, including Balgay Hill— Alex. Speed, Convener 
of Committee. Wm. E. M'Kelvie, Superintendent — office, 13 Ward road. 

BUEGH POLICE ESTABLISHMENT.— Central Office, West Bell street. 
District Stations — Northern Office, Union street, Maxwelltown ; Eastern Office, 
Princes street ; Western Office, Scouringburn ; and Lochee Office, South road, 
Lochee. David Dewar, Chief Constable and Procurator-Fiscal. Three 
lieutenants, five inspectors, one detective inspector, eight detective officers, 
fourteen sergeants, and one hundred and twenty-five constables. Total 
strength, 157. 

Sanitary Department. — Central Police Office. Thomas Kinnear, Chief 
Inspector, one sanitary insi^ector, five practical inspectors, five sanitary 
officers, two clerks, and one van driver. 

Cleansing Department. — One inspector, five foremen, one hundred and 
fifty scavengers and carters. James Arthur, Inspector. 

Judges of Police Court. — The Provost and Bailies of the Burgh. Thomas 
Thornton, Assessor ; James W. Barnet, Depute-Assessor. 
. H.M. Prison. — 8 West Bell street. Cauvin S. Alston, Governor ; James W. 
Miller, M.D., Surgeon ; Eev. A. F. Eeid, Chaplain and Teacher ; Miss Christie, 
Matron ; Colin Bain, Head Warder. 

Fire Brigade. — Superintendent, Eobert Eamsay. Central Station — West 
Bell street ; Captains, G. Matthew and John Eamsay ; twelve firemen. Har- 
bour Station — Customhouse ; Captain, W. Eeid ; three firemen. Northern 
Station — 66 Union street, Maxwelltown ; Captain, J. Milne ; three firemen. 
Lochee Station ; Captain, E. M'Intosh ; three firemen. 

- GAS COMMISSION.— Office, 16 Meadowside; Works, Peep-o'-Day. Mem- 
bers ex officio — Provost Moncur, Chairman ; Bailie Himter ; Dean of Guild 
Henderson ; Joseph Lindsay, Convener of the Nine Trades. Elected Mem- 
bers — From the Town Cou^ncil — Bailie Laing ; Councillors James Cowan, 
James Nicoll, John O. Black, D. J. M'Kinnon, From the Guildry— Charles 
Edward, James Luke, James Mitchell, Charles Scott. From the Chamber 
of Commerce — Angus M'Intyre, Alex. Mathewson, Wm. N. Walker, Thomas 
Bell, jun., James Logic. From the Nine Trades — John Scrymgeour, W. B. 
-Thompson. From the Three Trades — Eobert W. Laburn. 

Finance Committee — All the Members of the Board — James Mitchell, Con- 


vener. Works Committee — All the Members of the Board — Joseph Lindsay, 
Convener. Thomas Thornton, Clerk; James Matthew, Treasurer; John 
M'Crae, Manager of "Works. 

Applications for Gas or Meters, and Notices of Escapes of Gas, &c., are re- 
quested to be sent to the Office, where they will be immediately attended to. 

GUILDRY INCORPORATION.— Alexander Henderson, Dean of Guild. 
Assessors — James Yeaman, Robert Webster, James Shaw, James Mitchell, 
George Sheriff, James Luke, T. S. Ross, John P. Kyd, William A. Macveigh, 
Joseph Lindsay, Alex. Mathewson, Charles Edward, W. C. Norrie, T. S. 
Robertson, A. D. Grimond, James Logie, Joseph J. Barrie, W. B. Thompson. 
D. Gordon Stewart, 10 Meadowside, Clerk ; Alexander Simpson, Collector. 

NINE INCORPORATED TRADES.— Joseph Lindsay, Convener ; Robert 
C. Walker, Solicitor, Boxmaster and Clerk. 

Deacons. Assessors. 

Bakers, William Nicoll. John Brown. 

Shoemakers, John E. Mann. Joshua Smith. 

Glovers, David Stewart. Charles Stewart. 

Tailors, William Brown, jun. P. M. Young. 

Bonnetmakers, John Miln. W. B. Thompson. 

Fleshers, David Niven. William WUkie. 

Hammermen, John Whytock. G. H. Nicoll. 

Weavers, T. K. Kinmond. Alex. Fairweather. 

Dyers, George Stevenson. Francis Stevenson. 

THREE UNITED TRADES.— Robert W. Laburn, Convener; Alexander 
Duncan, Boxmaster ; George Haggart, Clerk. Deacons. — Masons — James 
CroU ; Wrights — James Boyd ; Slaters — WUliam Gauld. 

MALTMEN INCORPORATION.— JosephBrown, Deacon; Andrew Webster, 
Boxmaster ; D. Gordon Stewart, Clerk. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.— (Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1864), 
Royal Exchange, Panmure street. John H. Walker, President ; Alex. 
Henderson, Vice-President ; John Robertson, Ex-President. Directors — 
Messrs Jas. F. Low, Thomas Bell, ]'un., Henry M'Grady, J. Unna, D. Low, 
Montague Cannon, H. Luhrs, and Robert V. Scroggie. Robert Sturrock, Secy, 
and Treasurer ; Moody Stuart & Robertson, Auditors. John Cowper and Robert 
Carnegie, Officers. 

Town-House Buildings, 1 St Clement's lane. Managers — Meet first Tuesday 
of each month at 11 a.m. — Duncan Macdonald, Chairman ; John M'Farlane, 
James Robertson, David M. Allan, James Thomson, William Whyte, Matthew 
M'Kenna, James Perrie, Lochee ; John Wilson, Lochee ; David Esj^lin, Lochee ; 
James Cowan, John Beath, Alex. D. Mair, Robt. H. Mitchell, John Kennedy, 
Wm. P. Mitchell, Allan Storrier, David H. Ferrier, James P. Smith, William 
Norwell, Daniel Dailly, James S. Langlands, James Hvighes, David Gray, 
Laurence Phin, Daniel J. M'Kinnon, David Hill, Alexander Ewan, Robert 
Keith, John Anderson, Bailie Norrie, Bailie Hunter, Bailie OgUvie, James 
Allan, Rev. Peter Grant, D.D., Rev. Colin Campbell, John Greig, George T. 
Graham, Rev. James Wilson, Liflf ; David Myles, Blairfield ; John Geekie, 
BirkhUl ; Andrew Osier, Loch of Liff . 

Relief Committee. — Meets every Wednesday at 11 a.m. Daniel J. 
M'Kinnon, Convener ; A. D. Mair, James Perrie, John Greig, Robt. Keith, 
James S. Langlands, D. Gray, Robt. H. Mitchell, David Hill, Allan Storrier, 
John Beath, Laurence Phin, D. Macdonald, Jas. Robertson, John Kennedy. 

Poorhouse Committee. — Meets on the Thursday before the first Tuesday of 
each month. Jas. Robertson, Chairman; John M'Farlane, D. Macdonald, 


D. M. Allan, James Thomson, James Perrie, John Wilson, Jas. Cowan, Bailie 
Norrie, G. T. Graham, Alex. D. Mair, R. H. Mitchell, Robert Keith, Daniel 
Dailly, David Gray, L. Phin, D. J. M'Kmnon, Jas. Hughes, J. Kennedy, John 
Greig, John Geekie, David Osier, David Hill, Alex. Ewan, J. P. Smith, John 
Anderson, Bailie Himter, Jas. Allan, Bailie Ogilvie, William Whyte, Rev. C. 
Campbell, Matthew M'Kenna, D. Esplin, JohnBeath, Wm. P. Mitchell, Allan 
Storrier, D. H. Ferrier, Wm. Norwell, James S. Langlands. 

Thomas Brown, Inspector ; Robert Edwards, Assistant Inspector ; John 
Begbie and Wm. Young, Out-door Sub-Inspectors ; Wm. Scrimgeour, Collector ; 
Robert Stewart, Assistant Collector ; D. B. Buglass, Governor of East Poor- 
house ; T. D. Aitken, Governor of West Poorhouse. 


Assessor, R. S. Forbes, 29 Bank street ; Collector, Jas. Smith, 8 Meadowside. 
This Assessment is collected along vnth the Prison Rates, under the direction 
of the Finance Committee of the Town Council. 

St Peter's District — James Young, Registrar ; Office, 146 Perth road. 2d or 
St Mary's Distinct — James Anderson, Registrar ; Office, 11 Ward road. 3d 
or St Clement's District — David Scott, Registrar ; Office, 16 Bank street. 
ith or St Andrew's District — Finlay Macdiarmid, Registrar ; Office, 16 King 
street. 5tfi or Lochee District — John Robertson, Registrar ; Office, 62 High 
street, Lochee. Office Hours, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and from 6 to 7 p.m. ; 
Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to noon. 

Registrations must be effected as follows, viz. : — Births within 21 days ; 
Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations within 6 
months ; unless certificate of postj)onement be granted by a qualified Medical 
Practitioner. Parties registering births ought to produce proof of the 
marriage of the parents. 

Registration Districts. 

For the purposes of the Acts of Parliament relative to the Registration of 
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, those portions of the parish of Dundee and of 
the united parishes of Liff and Benvie, comprehended within the boundaries of 
the Burgh of Dundee, are divided into Five Districts as follow : — The First, or 
St Peter's District, to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within 
the Boundary commencing at the point where the Parliamentary Boundary on the 
west terminates in the River Tay ; thence along said boundary Northwards till it 
joins the Blackness road ; thence along the middle of said road till it joins the 
Scouringburn; thence along the middle of the Scouringbui-n and Westport till 
it joins South Tay street ; thence along the middle of South Tay street, and 
across the Nethergate and Southwards in a line with and along the West Wall 
of the Roman Catholic Chapel to the Southern Boundary of the Burgh. 
Second, or St Mary's District, to comprehend and include that portion of the 
Burgh within the Boundary, commencing at that point in the River where the 
Southern boundary of the First District terminates; thence along said boundary 
Northwards to Westport, thence in a Westerly direction along the middle of 
the Westport, Scouringburn, and Blackness road, as far as the road leading to 
Glenagnes cottage ; thence along the middle of said road till it joins a road 
leading to Balgay street ; thence along the middle of Balgay street till it joins 
the Lochee road; thence in an Easterly direction along the middle of said road 
to Union place; thence along the middle of the road at Union place in a North- 
westerly direction till it joins the Loons road; thence along the middle of that 
road in an Easterly direction till it joins the Old Newtyle Railway ; thence 
along said Railway to the Tunnel; thence along the middle of the road leading 
from the Southern entrance of the Tunnel to the top of Constitution road ; 
thence along the middle of Constitution road, Barrack street, Tally street, and 


Couttie's wynd, across Dock street till it joins West Dock street; thence along 
the middle of West Dock street to the Kiver. Third, or St Clement's District, 
to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within the boundary 
commencing at that point in the River where the Southern Boundary of the 
Second District terminates ; thence along that boundary Northwards along the 
middle of West Dock street, Couttie's wynd. Tally street, Barrack street, and 
Constitution road to the Tunnel ; thence in a line Northwards till it joins the 
Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along said boundary Eastwards as 
far as the Mains road ; thence in a Southerly direction along the middle of the 
Mains road, Hilltown, and Wellgate ; thence East along the middle of the 
Cowgate to St Andrew's street ; thence along the middle of St Andrew's 
street. Trades lane, and the Road on the East side of the Customhouse till it 
reaches the Shipbuilding Yards ; thence along the middle of the road on the 
South side of Victoria Dock till it joins a road leading along the East side of 
the Patent Slip buildings ; thence along the middle of said road to the River. 
Fourth, or St Andrew's District, to include that portion of the Burgh com- 
prehended within the Eastern Boundary of St Clement's District and the 
Eastern Boundary of the Burgh. Fifth, or Lochee District, to comprehend 
and include that portion of the Burgh, commencing at the point in the Black- 
ness road where the Western Boundary of the First District terminates ; thence 
. along the middle of Blackness road, the road leading past Glenagnes cottage, 
Balgay street, Lochee road to Union jilace ; thence along the middle of Union 
place and Loons road to the Old Newtyle Railway ; thence along the middle 
of said Railway to the Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along that 
Boundary Westwards and Southwards, to the point in the Blackness road 
before mentioned. 


CIRCUIT COURTS OF JUSTICIARY.— Circuit Courts, for the trial of 
criminal cases in Forfarshire, and disposal of certain appeals from the Sheriff 
Court, are held within the Court House, Dundee, four times in the year. 

SHERIFF COURT— DUNDEE DISTRICT.— Court Rooms, Sheriff-Clerk's 
Office, and Procurator-Fiscal's Office, in the New Court Buildings, West Bell 
street. Small Debt Court held on Tuesdays, at half -past 10 forenoon ; Debts 
Recovery and Ordinary Coiu't for Motions and Debates, on Wednesdays, at 
half -past 10 forenoon ; Ordinary Court for Motions, on Fridays, at 10.30., 
during the Session. Courts are held during the vacation, of which the dates 
are fixed before close of the Session. 

John Trayner, Advocate, Sheriff-Depute ; John Cheyne, Advocate, Sheriff- 
Substitute ; James Ross, Solicitor, Sheriff-Clerk ; James Hay, Sheriff-Clerk 
Depute and Auditor of Court.; W. B. Dunbar, Procurator-Fiscal. 

The Sheriff-Clerk's Office is" open from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. every lawful day, 
except Saturdays, when it is closed at 1 p.m. 

Peter M'Gregor, Bar-Officer of Sheriff Court. 

Auxiliary Sheriff-Substitutes — Duncan M'Lauchlan, solicitor ; D. Small, 
solicitor ; Thomas Thornton, solicitor ; and William Kerr, solicitor. 

BURGH OR BAILIE COURT.— Held in the Town Hall. The Bailies, 
Judges; AVilliam Hay, Town Clerk, Assessor; John M. Milne, Procurator-Fiscal. 

GUILD COURT.— Dean of Guild, Judge; D. Gordon Stewart, Assessor 
and Clerk of Court ; Office, 10 Meadowside. Alex. Speed, 82 High street, 
interim Fiscal ; James M'Donald, 44 High street, Officer. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT.— The Acting Justices of the Peace for the 
District, Judges. David Small, solicitor, Clerk and Assessor. Walter Thom- 
son Currie, solicitor, Depute-Clerk. 


The Court is held in the Court-Eoom, Town Hall, each alternate Monday, at 
Eleven o'clock forenoon. The Dundee District comprehends the Parishes of 
Dundee, Mains and Strathmartine, LifE and Benvie, Monikie, Monifieth, 
Murroes, Auchterhouse, and Tealing. 

(Incorporated by Eoyal Charter in 1820). — David Small, Preses ; David 
Stewart Littlejohn, Vice-Preses ; George Heron, Treasurer ; Alexander Agnew, 

Members of Faculty. Those marked * are Notaries Public, and, as such, are com- 
petent to act as Commissioners for taking- afRda^'its to be used in English and 
Irish Courts. 

*Agnew, Alex., 11 Reform street 
Barnet, Jas. W., 15 Albert square 
*Baxter, Walter, 81 Murraygate 
*Bissett, Gray, 12 Bank street 
*Bruce, John D., 116 Seagate 
Csesar, WilUam, 84 Commercial street 
Calder, John F., 9 Ward road 
*Congleton, Thomas, 20 Castle street 
*Currie, Walter T., 5 Bank street 
Cumming, A. W., 1 Bank street 
*Dickie, W. B., 22 Euclid crescent 
*Duncan, Charles C, 41 Reform street 
*Duncan, David, jr., 41 Reform street 
Dunbar, AYm. B., Courthouse buildings 
Fergusson, Eobt. M., 51 Reform street 
*Gray, Jas. M., 30 Reform street 
Haggart, George, 11 Ward road 
Hay, James, Courthouse buildings. 
*Hay, William, Townhouse 
*Hendry, Andrew, 32 Bank street 
*Heron, George, 20 Castle street 
Hunter, James, jun., 69 Reform street 
*Husband, Peter F. , 20 Reform street 
*Johnston, David, 31 Reform street 
* Johnstone, J. J., 69 Eeform street 
*Kerr, WiUiam, 26 Castle street 
*Kyd, John P., 8 EucUd street 
Laird, James M. , 62 Commercial street 

*Littleiohn, D. S., 27 Bank street 
*Littlejohn, Thomas, 27 Bank street 
Martin, W. H. Blyth, 30 Reform street 
Milne, W. B., 10 Reform street 
*Ogilvie, George, 12 Meadowside 
Pattullo, Henry A., 1 Bank street 
*Pattullo, James, 1 Bank street 
Paiil, Archibald, 22 Euclid crescent 
Paul, George B., 22 Euclid crescent 
Pollock, James, 32 Bank street 
RoUo, James Alexander, 41 Reform st. 
Ross, James, Courthouse buildings. 
Scrymgeour, John, 31 Reform street 
*Shiell, John, 5 Bank street 
Simpson, John, 69 Reform street. 
*Small, David, 5 Bank street 
SmaU, William James, 5 Bank street 
*Smith, Robert, 24 Meadowside 
*Speed, Alexander, 82 High street 
*Stephen, Wm. W., 51 Reform street 
Steven, Robert, 41 Reform street 
*Stewart, D. G., 10 Meadowside 
Stewart, David, Gl Reform street 
*Thornton, Thomas, 15 Albert square 
*Thornton AVilUam, 15 Albert square 
Walker, Robert C, 12 Euclid street 
*Watt, George, 84 Commercial street 
Young, W. E. R., 7 Ward road 

DISTRICT.— The Earl of Dalhousie ; the Earl of Camperdown ; Sir John 
Ogilvy, Bart.; James E. Erskine, Linlathen; Robert M' Gavin, of Ballumbie; 
W. O. Dalgleish, Mayfield ; WiUiam Neish, of Clepmgton ; R. H. A. Ogilvy, 
of Baldovan ; Lord Craighill ; O. G. Miller ; J. Ogilvy, Harecraig ; the Sheriff 
of the County and the Sheriif -Substitute for the Dundee District ; the Provost 
of Dundee ; the First and Second Bailies of Dundee, for the time being ; W. 
E. Baxter, of Kincaldrum, M.P. ; George Armitstead, M.P. ; James Cox, of 
Cardean ; Peter Carmichael, of Arthurstone ; William Lowson, of Balthayock ; 
Robert Arklay, of Ethiebeaton ; John Sharp, of Balmuir ; D. Small ; John 
Laing, of Kellyfield ; Thomas Bell, Joseph Grimond, Thomas Smith, 
Fran^ Stewart Sandeman, Charles Smith, William G. Don; Thomas H. 
Cox, of Maulesden ; James Luke, Alex. J. Buist, James G. Orchar, Edward 
A. Baxter, James Yeaman, George Mackenzie ; William Cox, of Snaigow ; 
George GUroy, William Moir, M. Nimmo; P. G. Walker, of Eavensby; 
A. H. Moncur, H. B. Fergusson; Henry Gourlay, G. LL. Alison, James 


Cunningham, G. B. Simpson, John Ewan; Jas. PattuUo, of Ashmore and 
Persey ; Thos. Tliornton, Andrew Hendry, William Kerr, William Hay ; Henry 
S. Wedderburn, of Birkhill ; James F. Low, Monifieth ; Alex. Bell, Balnuith ; 
Charles Edward ; J. E. Lacon, of Duntriine ; G. D. Clayhills Henderson, of 
Invergowrie ; George A. Cox, of Cardean ; Kev. E. Lingard Guthrie, William 
Brownlee, John Don, T. W. Thorns, Eobt. A. Mudie, James Mudie ; John 
Henderson, Banker; Duncan Maclachlan, John Leng, Walter Shepherd,. 
John H. Lnis, James Guthrie, William Eobertson, Balmore. 

Jvistice of Peace Clerk's office, 5 Bank street — David Small, Solicitor, Clerk j; 
Walter Thomas Currie, Solicitor, Depute-Clerk ; J. M. M'Wee, Office-Clerk. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICERS.— James Bisset, 51 High street; Thomas 
Gourlay, 10 High street ; James S. Mills, 10 High street ; Colin Walker, 51 
High street; William Gouk, 3 Barrack street; James M'Donald, 44 High 
street ; Eobert Scott, 29 Panmui-e street ; John M'Keran, 29 Panmure street. 

MESSENGEES-AT-AEMS.— Jas. S. Mills, 10 High street ; James M'Donald^ 
44 High street ; Edward William Strachan, 51 High street. 

SHEEIFF OFFICEES.— James S. MUls, 10 High street ; Thos. Gourlay, 
10 High street; James Bisset, 51 High street; William Gouk, 3 Barrack 
street ; Robert Scott," 29 Panmure street ; James M'Donald, 44 High street ; 
James Eoss, 8 Meadowside ; Edward William Strachan, 51 High street. 

DUNDEE.— Thomas Gourlay, 10 High street, James S. Mills, 10 High street, 
and James Bisset, 51 High street. 

DUNDEE.— James S. Mills, 10 High street; Thos. Gourlay, 10 High street j 
Robert Scott, 29 Panmure street. 

COMMISSARY OFFICEE.— James S. Mills, 10 High street. 


down, Sheriff Cheyne, Col. E. H. A. Ogilvy, J. E. Erskine, G. D. C. 
Henderson, Provost Moncur, Bailie Ogilvie, Coiincillor Allan, Councillor 
M'CuUoch, Councillor Hugh Ballingall, Provost Lackie, Montrose, BaUie 
Doig, Forfar. Sheriff Cheyne, Chairman; Thomas Thornton, 15 Albert 
square. Clerk. 

FOEFAESHIEE LUNACY BOARD.— Earl of Strathmore, David Lyall, 
Sheriff Robertson, Robert Henderson Arkley, Colonel Eaitt, Dean of Guild 
Henderson, Councillor Tulloch, Councillor Cowan, Councillor Adamson, Dun- 
dee ; Provost Thornton, Arbroath ; Provost Eeid, Forfar ; Provost Lackie, 
James Henry Lamb, Brechin. Dean of Guild Henderson, Chairman. 



Bank op Scotland— Office, 34 Reform street, William Moir, Agent ; Chas, 
G. Ross, Assistant Agent ; William Freeland, Accountant ; Thomas Willook 
and Wiliam Gauld, jun., Tellers. Victoria Street Branch — Robert Walker, 
Agent. London Office — Lothbury, E.C. London Correspondents — Coutts & 
Co. ; Smith, Payne, and Smiths ; and Bank of England, 

British Linen Company Bank— Office, 83 Murraygate. John A. Smith, 
Agent; David Brand, Accountant; Robert Shepherd and Peter Kerr, jun.. 
Tellers. Westport Branch — James Ireland, Agent. Agents — Smith, Payne, 


and Smiths, London; Bank of England, London, and Branches; Bank of 

Ireland, Dublin, and Branches. London Office, 41 Lombard street, E.G. 

The National Bank of Scotland, Limited— Office, Bank buildings, 71 
Reform street. Eobt. Murdoch, Agent ; John Colville, Assistant Agent ; David 
P. Scott and James E. Mitchell, TeUers. Branch Office at 115 Hilltown, K. C. 
Eeid, Agent. Bank's London Office— 37 Nicholas Lane, E.G. Bankers in 
London : Gity— Bank of England— Glyn, Mills, Gurrie, & Go. ; Union Bank of 
London, Limited, West End — Coutts & Go. 

Eotal Bank op Scotland — Offices, 22 Gastle street, 97 Murraygate, 22 
King street, and Westport. Gastle street — George Mackenzie, Manager ; 
Oeo. "VV. Boase, Gashier ; John Welch, Accountant ; David Stewart and James 
Stewart, Tellers. Murraygate — George Mackenzie, Manager here also; 
William W. Thomson, Sub Agent ; James Simpson, Accountant ; King street 
— Eobert M. Brodie, Agent ; John M'Nab, Accountant. Westport — Henry 
Wyse, Agent ; E. Ghristian, Accountant. Bank's London Office — 123 
Bishopsgate street. Within, E.G. London Gorrespondents— Goutts & Go., The 
Bank of England, and Eansom, Bouverie, & Go. 

The Gommercial Bank op Scotland, Limited — Office, Gommercial Bank 
buildings, Gommercial street. Agents — Kenneth W. Henderson and David 
Kennie. John Lowson, Accountant; J. D. Muir and William Walker, 
TeUers. London Office, 123 Bishopsgate street, Within, E.G. Agents in 
London — London and Westminster Bank, Limited ; and Goutts & Go. 

The Clydesdale Bank, Limited — Office, Glydesdale Bank buildings, 
East end of High street. Duncan Sidey and Alexander Scott, Agents ; P. 
K. Matthew, Accountant. James Smith and James Watson, Tellers. 
Agents in London — The Glydesdale Bank, Limited, 30 Lombard street. 

Union Bank of Scotland, Limited. — Office, 2 Panmure street. David Scott 
Fergusson, Agent ; George Black, Accountant ; D. G. Glennie, Teller. 
London Agents — Union Bank of Scotland, 62 Gornhill, E.G. 

Town and Gounty Bank, Limited — 5 Albert square. James Low, Agent ; 
Geo. Angus, Accountant. London Agent — The London Joint-Stock Bank. 

North of Scotland Bank, Limited. — 24 High street (top of Grichton 
street). George Anderson, Agent ; James P. Buyers, Accountant ; Eobert 
Paxton, Teller. London Agent — Union Bank of London, Limited, 

Dundee Savings Bank, 1815. — Office, 2 Euclid street. The Eight Hon. 
W. E. Baxter, M.P., Ghairman of the Gommittee of Management; Thomas 
Smith, Deputy-Ghairman ; Bank of Scotland, Treasurer ; Eobert Sturrock, 
Actuary ; John Miln, Cashier. Open Daily for Deposits and Payments from 
10 to 3 o'clock (with the exception of Saturdays, when the office shuts at 12 
o'clock), and for Deposits only on Wednesday evening, from 6 to 8 o'clock, and 
on Saturday evening, from 5 to 8 o'clock. Open at Broughty Ferry on Satur- 
day evenings at 105 Brook street, from C to 7.30. 

Post Office Savings Bank — Head Office, Post Office buildings, top of 
Reform street. Open every lawfid day, from 9 in the morning till 6 in the 
evening. Branch Office — Customhouse buildings, Dock street. Open from 
9 a.m. till 5 p.m. Eeceiving Offices— At 128 Hillto-wn, 90 King street, 242 
Perth road, 199 Princes street, 68 Blackscroft, 142 Scouringbum, 57 Hawkhill, 
and 28 Dundonald street. Open from 9 morning till 6 evening every lawful 
day. On Saturdays the Eeceiving Offices remain open till 8 p.m. Direct 
Government security for the prompt repayment of all dej)osits. 

Holidays at the Banks— New Year's Day, Good Friday, First Mondays in 
May and August, Christmas Day ; on Parochial Fast Days, open from 9 a.m 
to 10.30 a.m. 



Accident Insurance Company 
R. A. Miller, 31 Panmure street 
W. D. Barnet, 70 North Church st. 

Atlas (Fire and Life) 
Geo. Gumming, 1 Roj-al Exchange place 
Corrie, Mackie, &Co., 1 Rl. Exchange pi. 

Boiler Insur. & Steam Power Co., Ltd. 
A. B. Lyall, 1 Royal Exchange place 

British Equitable (Life) 
P. Robb, Miller street, Carnoustie 
John Young, 115 Murraygate 

British Legal (Life Assurance) 
James Gallowaj', Arcade bldgs.. King st. 

Caledonian Insurance Co. (Fire & Life) 
East of Scotland Branch, 37 Albert square 
R. J. Niven, Resident Sec3". Agents — 
Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., 15 Albert sq. 
J. & H. Pattullo, 1 Bank street 
Andereon, Gardner, & Hepburn, 10 

Reid, Johnston, Scrimgeour, & Co., 31 

Reform street 
A. W. Gumming, 1 Bank street 
D. S. & T. Littlejohn, 27 Bank street 
A. Falrweather, 4 India buildings 
Paul, Dickie, & Paul, 22 Euclid crescent 
G. W. Boase, Royal Bank, Castle street 
Young- & Meldrum, 10 Refonu street 
Geo. A. M'Laren, 4 India buildmgs 
Walter Baxter, 81 Murraygate 
J. Simpson, 69 Reform street 
John S. Buchan, 21 Barrack street 
W. T. Yeaman, Horse W'ynd 
Adam Jack, 19 Gowgate 
Simpson & Braid, Calciitta bviildings 
W. Brown Robertson, 6 Candle lane 
Alex. E. Gray, Harbour chambers 
David Martin & Co. , 10 Bain squai-e 
John M'Farlane, 3 East Dock street 
R. Ferguson, 27 Panmure street 
A. M. Banks, 30 Dock street 
Mathers & Turnbull, 9 Bain square 
W. E. Reid, 38 St Andrew's street 
J. Mollison, jun., 9 Panmure street 
W. Kidney, 62 William street 
R. & W. Moncrieff, 4 India buildings 
Jas. Beattie, 3 Exchange street 
W. T. Murison, 3 Roj'al Exchange place 
D. Howie, 26 Commercial street 
John Wallace, Royal Kxchange court 
D. Halley, 3 Royal Exchange place 
James Bates, 25 Dock street 
John M'Nicoll, 6 Panmure street 
James White, 46 Castle street 
D. Mackenzie, Victoria Road Calender 
John Methven, 2 Baltic buildings 
Watson & Philip, 7 Shore terrace 
C. & L. Ower, G.E., 104 Commercial st. 
A. W. Weniyss, 87 Commercial street 
Wm. Hunter, 19 Wellgate 
Jas. Buchan, Bank buildings, King st. 
W. & H. P. Stiven, 65 Commercial street! 

T. C. Keay, 16 Baltic street 
Dawson & Garmichael, 38 Westport 
C. J. Bisset, 123 Victoria road 
Alex. Ogilvie, 20 Panmure street 

Fire only — 
Henry Wyse, Royal Bank, Westport 
Wm. Philip, jun., 169 Seagate 
David Bruce, 3 Royal Exchange place 
Geo. D. Forbes, East Port Calender 
W. P. Henderson, Campbeltown place 
P. M. Cochrane, 1 Dudhope terrace 
W. S. Melville, 5 Coupar's alley 
David D. Paton, 11 Panmure street 
Thain & Co., 5 St Andrew's street 
P. D. Mitchell, 108 Commercial street 
P. A. Stuart, 24 Thomson street 
Robert Robertson, 202 Overgate 
Adam Small, 2 Reform street 
James H. Martin, 51 Westport 
Wm. Chalmers, 37 Albert square 
W. M. Robertson, Wallace Works 
David W. Clarke, 63 N. Wellington street 
Hutcheson & Henderson, 10 Reform st. 
W. Sturrock,Laing Street Works.Laingst. 
John Watson, 24 Crichton street 
T. Kidd, 7 Royal Exchange court 
J. M'Laren, 21 Albert square 
J. A. Norrie, 82 Commercial street 
T. S. Pattullo, 1 Royal Exchange place 
Boyack, Barclay, & Co. , 6 Rl. Exchange ct. 
Maurice, Eller, & Co., 4 India buildings 
John J. Deas, 79 Perth road 
Charles Duncan, 61 Dock street 
Thos. Doig, 8 North street 
George Reid, 12 Gowgate 
A. M. Smith, 2 Royal Exchange place 
W. N. Machan, 53 Dock street 
A. Macdonald, 33 Albert square 
V. G. Baird, Broughty Ferry 
John Anderson, 14 Strathmartine road 
H. C. Alexander, 13 Dock street 

Caledonian (Plate Glass) 
Watt & Csesar, 84 Commei'cial street 
J. W. Birrell, 23 Panmure street 
James Cram, 9 Ward road 

City of Glasgow (Life) 
A. Ogilvie, 1 Royal Exchange place 
R. A. Miller, 31 Panmure street 
Robert Smith, 24 Meadowside 
Gray & Martin, 30 Reform street 

City of London (Fire) 
Mackay & Mess, 104 Commercial street 

County (Fire) 
Joseph Gibson & Co., Calcutta buildings 
Alex. Tosh, 11 Reform street 
Peter Fleming, 44 High street 
John M'Laggan, Calcutta buildings 
James Sturrock, 7 Bank street 
J. W. Birrell, 23 Panmure street 

Crown (Life) 
H. Baxter, 8 Shore terrace 
Robert Smith, 24 Meadowside 
Edwin Scott, 87 Commercial street 



Dundee and District Mutual Glass In- 
surance Association, Limited 
Wm. Tullooh, President. A. J. Murdoch, 
Manager, 19 Commercial street 

Economic (Life) 
Alex. Simpson, 122 Nethcrgate 
Henry Baxter, 8 Shore terrace 

Edinburgh (Life) Chief Agents- 
George Iloron, 20 Castle street 
Alex. Scott, The Clydesdale Bank Ld. 
David Konnic,The Commercial Bank Ld. 

Edinburgli & Provincial (Plate Glass) 
K. M. Simpson, 2.3 Panmure St., District 

Manager. Agents — 
J. W. Birrell, 23 I'anmure street 
W. Phillips, .3 Barrack street 
W. K. Reid, 38 St Andrew's street 
J. R. Wilson, 62 Commercial street 
W. F. Longmuir, 93 Victoria road 
T. C. Boyd, 62 Commercial street 
Rollo & Stiven, 41 Reform street 
John F. Birrell, 123 Murraygate 
P. Burns, 42 Balgay street 
Alex. Meek, King street, Bro'ty Ferry 

Employers', The, Liability Assurance 
Corporation, limited 
W. & R. Ritchie, 6 Panmure street 
Robert Keith, 87 High street 
Robert Craig, Newbigging, Monikie 
J. Dickson Dodds, 3 India buildings 
R. J. Brough, 12 Victoria chambers 
John S. Kerr, 2 Nelson street 
A. J. Murdoch, 79 Commercial street 
R. C. Reid, National Bank, 11.5 Hilltown 
R. Walker, Bank of Scotland, Victoria st. 
James Cram, 9 Ward road 
John M'Laggan, Calcutta buildings 
Robt. Blackaddcr, 41 Reform street 
W. K. Reid, 38 St Andrew's street 
Alex. Henderson, 78 Murraygate 
W. A. Martin, 22 Bell street 
E. M. Mudie, 2 Royal Exchange court 
David Stewart, 61 Reform street 
D. Gordon Stewart, 10 Meadowside 
R. G. Corsane, 112 Princes street 
Henry A. PattuUo, 1 Bank street 
Thos. Henderson, National Bank 
Wm. Kinncar, 1 Commercial street 

English & Scottish Law (Life) 
Thos. Thornton, Son, &Co., 15 Albert sq. 
James Logic, G7 Reform street 
P. D. Mitchell, 108 Commercial street 
J. W. Birrell, 23 Panmure street 
W. E. R. Young, 7 Ward road 
William Johnston, 61 Reform street 
Watt & CoGsar, 84 Commercial street 

Engine, Boiler, and Employers' Lia- 
bility Insurance Co., Limited 
P. D. Mitchell, 108 Commercial street 

English and Scottish Boiler Insurance 
Co., Limited 
Geo. Schleaelman, 12 Victoria ChamberB 

Equitable (Life) of United States 
Manager for Scotland, William Howat, 

150 Buchanan street, Glasgow 
John Sellar, 13 Ward rd., Resident Secy. 

Agents — 
Peter Matthew, 12 Panmure street 
John Greivc, 110 Murraygate 
W. F. Soutar, 4 India buildings 
Anderson, Gardner, & Hepburn, 10 

Wm. W. Parker, 38 South Tay street 
Andrew M. Ferguson, 31 Reform street 
Equitable (Fire) 
Local Members of Scottish Board, Wm. 

Cox, Jos. Grimond, Alex. Henderson. 

Agents — 
Sommerville, Watt, & Co. , 30 Meadowside 
Alex. Patterson & Co., 8 Panmure street 
D. Barclay Brown, 23 St Andrew's street 
R. J. Brough, 12 Victoria chambers 
W. S. Taylor, 13 Jamaica sti-eet 
A. B. Crichton, 38 South Tay street 
Thos. Roger, 74 Commercial street 
Fire Insurance Association, Limited 
Head office in Dvmdee, 20 Panmure st. 

P. C. Piggot, Local Manager 
William B. Blair, 63 Cowgato 
J. W. Birrell, 23 Panmure street 
M. Blackie, 123 Murra.ygate 
G. B. Frascr, 1 Commercial st. 

C. Forrester, 119 Ncthergate 
J. B. Fairweather, 3.5 Cowgate 
John Jessiman, 133 Seagate 
Geo. C. Keiller, 33 Albert square 
William Smith, 1 Royal Exchange place 
W. C. Smith, 118 Hawkhill 

W. & A. W. Stiven, 61 Reform street 
General, The (Life and Fire) 
W. B. Ritchie, 33 Dock street, District 
Agent. Agents — 

D. G. Stewart, 10 Meadowside 
W. F. Longnuuir, 93 Victoria road 

A. F. Baxter, Caxton cottage, Downfield 

J. B. Mason, 161 Scouringburn 

John D. Sturrock, 23 St Andrew's street 

G. B. Ritchie, Hawkhill place 

Thos. Berry, 53 Cowgate 

John F. Lyon, 1 Gowrie place 

Charles Adamson, 9 Exchange street 

Gresham (Life) 
James Boyes, 74 Commercial street. 
Local Secretary. Agents- 

John Stewart, 74 Commercial street 
Alex. Neish, .51 Reform street 
Thomas Gourlay, 10 High street 
Jacob Clark, 4 Peddie street 
James M'Wee, 5 Bank street 
James Sibliald, 79 Commercial street 
Robert Hunter, 41 Reform street 
James Fenton, 29 Castle street 
John S. Matthew, 13 Panmure street 

Guarantee Association of Scotland 
W. & R. Ritchie, 6 Panmure street 
Thomas Ireland, 87 High street 



Irvine Drimmie, 10 Panmure street 
W. E. Reid, 38 St Andrew's street 
William Kinnear, 1 Commercial street 
J. Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings 
E. M. Simpson, 23 Panmure street 
J. W. BirroU, 23 Panmure street 

Guardian (Plate C4Iass) 
Robert Robertson, 202 Overgate 

Guardian (Fire and Life) 
Wm. T. Murison, 3 Royal Exchange pi. 
P. L. Johnston, 11 King street 
W. Cumming, Links house, Bro. Ferry 

Hand-in-Hand (Fire and Life) 
Edwin Scott, 87 Commercial street 
W. & II. P. Stiven, 65 Commercial street 

Imperial (Fire) 
Henry Baxter, 8 Shore terrace 
George Anderson, 24 High street 

Imperial (Live Stock) 
J. W. BirroU, 23 Panmure street 

Insurance Company of Scotland , united 
with Alliance F. & L. Assurance Co. 
*W. T. Currie, 5 Bank street 
Joseph J. Barrie, 10 Panmure street 
George Black, Union Bank 
*J. C. Smith, 4 India buildings 
W. & A. W. Stiven, 61 Reform street 
K. W. Henderson, Commercial Bank 
* Fire Department only. 

Lancashire (Fire and Life) 
K. W. Henderson, Commercial Bank 
Robt. Smith, 24 Meadowside 
A. J. Brough, 12 Victoria chambers 
Joseph Gibson & Co., Calcutta buildings 
R. C. Walker, 12 Euclid street 
Jas. Fullerton, 51 Meadowside 
John D. Bruce, 116 Seagate 
George Guild, 10 Bain square 
Alex. Esplin, 7 Cowgate 
R. M'Gavin Greig, 9 Bain square 
Daniel Dow, 4 India buildings 
W. B. Simpson, 6 Panmure street 
Robert Sturrock, Savings Bank 

Lancashire and Yorkshire (Accident) 
Robert Robertson, 202 Overgate 

Law Union (Fire and Life) 
W. D. Barnet, 70 North Church street 

Life Assoc, of Scot. (Life & Annuities) 
Branch Office, 4 India buildings, Victoria 
road. Arch. Smith, Secy. Agents — 
Johnston & Simpson, 69 Reform street 
Shield & Kyd, 8 Euclid street 
James Millar, 54 Commercial street 
R. G. Kennedy, 10 Panmure street 
Wm. R. Ireland, 41 Cowgate 

i Thomas Congleton, 20 Castle street 

i Alexander Ewan, 25 Westport 

I John Nicoll, 27 St Andrew's street. 

1 W. & A. W. Stiven, 61 Reform street 

; James Cram, 9 Ward road 

I Anderson, Gardner, & Hepburn, 10 
William Fyffe, Camperdown Shipyard 

Liverpool & London & Globe (F. & L.) 
James Guthrie, 10 Panmure street 
James B. Crichton, 7 Trades lane 
John D. Luke, 4 Park terrace 
Peter Matthew, 12 Panmm-e street 
Peter C. Scott, 31 Meadowside 
William Pattullo, 18 St Andrew's street 
William Thomson, 3 Rl. Exchange court! 
James Buchan, 3 King's road 
John W. Shepherd, 6 Panmvu-c street 
A. W. Wemyss, 87 Commercial street 
James Boycs, 74 Commercial street 
James Watt, 9 Union place, Perth road 
Robert Brown, 26 New Inn entry 
Thomas C. Boyd, 62 Commercial street 
R. C. Henderson, 19 Peddie street 

London and Lancashire (Life) 
Head office in Dundee, 20 Panmure st. 

P. C. Piggot, Local Manager 
William B. Blair, 63 Cowgate 
J. W. Birrcll, 23 Panmure street 
M. Blackie, 123 Murraygate 
G. B. Eraser, 1 Conmicrcinl street 
C. Forrester, 119 Nethergate 
John Jessiman, 133 Seagate 
George C. Keiller, ,33 Albert square 
William Smith, 1 Roval Exchange place 
W. C. Smith, 118 Hawkhill 
William R. Ireland, 41 Cowgate 

London and Provincial Horse and 
Carriage Insurance Co., Limited 
John Ramsay, 3 Barrack street 

London and General (Plate Glass) 
David Duncan & Son, 41 Reform street 

London and Nortli Western (Fire) 
John Ewan Dow, 18 Cowgate, Res. Secy. 

London Assurance Corporation (Fire) 
Wm. Gellatly, 4 Royal Exchange place 
Robt. Isles, 9 Ward road 
Edwin Scott, 87 Commercial street 
William R. Mills, 66 Bell street 

London (Guarantee) 
Shield & Kyd, 8 Euclid street 

Manchester (Fire) 
A. Ogilvie, 1 Royal Exchang-e place 
R. Sturrock, Savings Bank 
James B. Crichton, 7 Trades lane 
A. J. Murdoch, 79 Commercial street 

Marine and General Mutual (Life and 
Effects). District Agent — 
J. R. Wilson, 46 Castle street 

Midland Counties 
Stewart Mitchell, 51 Reform street 
James Boyes, 74 Commercial street 
R. Rea, 14 Euclid crescent 

Millers and General (Fire) 
John Ewan Dow, 18 Cowgate 

Mutual, The, Accident Association, Ld. 
Geo. Schleselman, 12 Victoria chambers 

Mutual, The (Fire) 
Geo. Schleselman, 12 Victoria chambers 

Mutual, The (Life) 
J. C. Smith, 4 India buildings 


National Employers' Accident&General 

Robert Brown, 26 New Inn entry 
National Guarantee 
Robert Sturrock, Savings Bank 
William Kerr, 26 Castle street 
National Insurance of Ireland 

John Sellar, 13 Ward road 

William B. Simson, 6 Paimiure street 
North British and Mercantile (F. & L.) 
Branch office, 11 Panniure street ; Wm. 
Moir,Agent; Wm. Kirkwood, Surveyor. 
Ag-ents — 
John Laing-, 10 Panmure street 
Jas. K. Caird, 19 Cowg:ate 
J. & J. Og-ilvie, 12 Meadowside 
Jas. L. Keith, 2 Royal Exchange place 
D. G. Stewart, 10 Meadowside 
Shield & Kyd, 8 Euclid street 
Gray & Martin, 30 Reform street 
.John Ogilvy, Harecraig 
D. M. Watson, Bullionfield 
R. A. Miller, 31 Panmure street 
J. B. Young, 1 Royal Exchange place 
James Ronald, 31 Dock street 
Irvine Drimmie, 10 Panmure street 
R. E. M'Gavin, 9 Royal Exchange lane 
R. Walker, Bank of Scotld., Victoria st. 
David B. Smith, 14 Victoria chambers 
James M'Laren, 21 Albert square 
Hermann Luhrs, 37 Albert square 
George C. Spence, 13 Panmure street 
Gowans & Buick, 32 Castle street 
Northern (Accident) 

Mackay & Mess, 104 Commercial street 
Northern Assurance (Fire and Life) 
Head Office in Dundee, Northern 
Assurance buildings, 110 Commercial 
street. Dundee Board of Directors — 
Wm. Lowson, Chairman ; Thomas H. 
Cox, William O. Dalgleish, John Don, 
Geo. Rough, Andrew Whitton 
Secretary — Thomas Kyd. Agents — 
George Anderson, 24 High street 
Gray Bissett, 12 Bank street 
R. M. Brodie, Royal Bank, 22 King street 
John D. Bruce, 116 Seagate 
David Duncan & Son, 41 Reform street 
J. Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings 
Ferguson & Stephen, 51 RefoiTU street 
George Haggart, 11 Ward road 
John Henderson, banker 
Hendry & Pollock, 32 Bank street 
Heron & Congleton, 20 Castle street 
D. S. & T. Littlejohn, 27 Bank street 
Mackay & Mess, 104 Commercial street 
William Martin, 10 Reform street 
David Myles, 11 Reform street 
M'Intyre & Sievwright, 13 Albert square 
J. & H. Pattullo, 1 Bank street 
R. C. Reid, National Bank, 115 Hilltown 
Reid, Johnston, Scrimgeour, & Co., 31 

Reform street 
David Stewart, 61 Reform street 

Moody Stuart & Robertson, 9a Ward road 
Thomas Thornton, Son, & Co., Albert sq. 

Alexander Tosh, 11 Reform street 

Henry Wyse, Royal Bank, Westport 

Watson & Lowson, 107 Commercial street 
Newcastle-on-Tyne Steam Boiler In- 
surance Co., Ltd. 

Alex. Simpson, 104 Commercial street 
Norwich and London (Accident and 

Employers' Liability) 

John Ferguson, 11 Royal Exchange lane 

J. W. Birrell, 23 Panmure street 
Norwich Union (Fire and Life) 

Dundee office, 62 Commercial st. ; J. R. 
Wilson, Surveyor and Agency Inspector 
Ocean, Railway, and General Accident 
and Guarantee 

District Agent — W. Buchan Ritchie, 33 
Dock street. Other Agents — 

John D. Sturrock, 23 St Andrew's street 

Geo. A. Harris, 4 Reform street 

A. M. Banks, 30 Dock street 

Alex. Ross, 129 Perth road 

Bojd & Husband, 20 Reform street 

John Fergaison, 5 Renny place, Bro. Ferry 
Pelican (Life) 

John D. Bruce, 116 Seagate 

D. G. Stewart, 10 Meadowside 
Phoenix (Fire) 

James B. Crichton, 7 Trades lane 

John D. Bruce, 116 Seagate 

D. G. Stewart, 10 Meadowside 
Provident (Life) 

Joseph Giljson & Co., Calcutta buildings 
Alex. Tosh, 11 Reform street 
Provincial Welch (Life) 

J. G. Whitelaw, 94 Nethergate 
Prudential Assurance Comj^any 

Office — 21 Panmure st. James Phillips, 

Superintendent of Agents, of whom 

there are upwards of 30 in Dundee. 
Queen (Fire and Life) 
Dundee Board of Directors — John Sharp, 

Chainnan ; Thomas Bell, Wm. G. Don. 

Medical Referee, A. J. Duncan, M.D. 

Resident Secretaries, W. & R. Ritchie, 

Union Bank buildings, 6 Panmure st. 

Agents — 
G.LL. Alison, wine merch., 14 Panmure St. 
Alex. Agnew, solicitor, 11 Reform street 

E. P. Berg-, 6 Panmure street 
A. H. Bell, 12 Panmure street 

J. W. Brown, 2 Royal Exchange place 
E. C. Baird, 1 Ro3'al Exohang-e place 
James Cuthbertson, 10 Panmure street 
G. M. Cox, 1 Meadow place 
George Guild, 10 Bain square 
Alex. Henderson, 78 Murraygate 
Johnstone & Simpson, 69 Reform street 
William Kinnear, 1 Commercial street 
John F. Lyon, 1 Gowrie place 
W. B. Miller, 49 Meadowside 
W. A. Martin, 22 Bell street 



Mitchell & Jones, 8 Meadow street I 

J. & F. Salmond, 6 Hig'h street 

W. E. R. Yoiino-, 7 Ward road 

William Abbot, 51 Cowgate 

J. W. Birrell, 23 Panmure street 

J. W. Dickson, 1 Leng- street 

George Findlay, 3 .Viewf orth street 

John Forbes, 8 St Andrew's street 

Da\id Lindsay, Coupar's land, Downfield 

George Martin, 17 Ogilvie street 

E. M. Miidie, Royal Exchange court 

Robert M. Simpson, 23 Panmure street 

Gray & Martin, 30 Reform street 

John M'Lag-gan, Calcutta buildings 

RoUo & Steven, solicitors, 41 Reform st. 

Fergusson & Stephen, 51 Reform street 

A. G. Primrose, 25 Dock street 

A. A. Paul, Arcade buildings, King st. 

John 0. Scott, 19 Cowgate 

David Smith, 72 Victoria road 

W. F. Soutar, 4 India buildings 

James C. Stewart, Baltic buildings 

Henrj' Smith & Co., 10 Panmure street 

George Jameson , 4 Royal Exchange place 

Thomas Bett & Co. , 21 Albert square 

R. G. Corsane, 112 Princes street 

Georg-e Gilruth, 1 Glamis street 

R. M'Gavin Greig% 9 Bain square 

James Sinclair, 36 Victoria street 

D. R. Proudfoot, Post Office, Ne^vjjort 

Eeliance Mutual (Life) 
John Maclaggan, Calcutta buildings 
J. Ireland, British Linen Bank, Westport 
Georg-e Black, 10 Forfar road 
R. M. Brodie, Royal Bank, 22 King street 
J. Robertson, i^ostmaster, Lochee 
A. J. Murdoch, 79 Commercial street 
Al. Agnew, 11 Reform street 
Daxid Gellatly, 123 Murraygate 
J. S. Buchan, 32 Bank street 

Royal (Fire and Life) 
J. Forsyth, 62 Commercial street 
J. J. Anderson, 8 Panmure street 
Rollo & Steven, 41 Reform street 
Da\ddson & Co., 84 Commercial street 
Silvester Rollo, 2 India buildings 
George M'Gregor, 62 Commercial street 
Thomas Wighton, 30 Meadowside 
D. H. Saunders, 11 Panmure street 
PeterKerr,BonnybankHouse,2 Nelson st. 
Watson & Shield, 31 Albert square 

Scottish Accident Insurance Company 
Irvine Drimmie, 10 Panmure street 
Alexander Macdonald, 33 Albert square 
John F. Lyon, 1 Gowrie place 
Ireland & Maclaren, 81 Murraygate 
R. J. Brough, 12 Victoria chambers 
Henry Baxter, 8 Shore terrace 
Robt. Walker, Bank of Scotd., Victoria st. 
W. E. R. Young, 7 Ward road 
J. & F. Salmond, 6 High street 
John Sellar, 13 Ward road 
A. J. Murdoch, 79 Commercial street 
John Macmillan, Tay Bridg-e station 
Alex. Henderson, 78 Murraygate 


Archibald Smith, 4 India buildings 

Thomas Ireland, 87 High street 

William Kinnear, 1 Commercial street 

E. M. Mudie, 2 Royal Exchange court 

Wm. N. Machan, 54 Dock street 

John Forbes, 8 St Andrew's street 

John Ferguson, 11 Royal Exchang-e lane 

R. C. Reid, National Bank, 115 HiUtown 

John S. Kerr, 2 Nelson street 

James Cram, 9 Ward road 

Henry Wyse, Ro3'al Bank, Westport 

Mitchell & Jones, 8 Meadow street 

J. W. Birrell, 23 Panmure street 

A. W. Gumming, 1 Bank street 

R. M. Brodie, Royal Bank, 22 King street 

R. M. Simpson, 23 Panmure street 

Robert Keith, 87 High street 

Wm. E. Reid, 38 St Andrew's street 

John Watson, 24 Crichton street 

J. Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings 

J. W. Brown, 2 Royal Exchange place 

Robt. Craig, Newbigging, Monikie 

V. C. Baird, Camperdown pi., Bro. Feny 

G. B. Doe, commission agent, Errol 

William Dott, N.B. Rail. Goods station 

Jas. Smith, Tay Bridge station 

William B. Milne, 10 Reform street 

James Boyes, 74 Commercial street 

William Buchan, 11 Bell street 

R. Fairweather, 9a Victoria street 

W. A. Martin, 22 Bell street 

R. G. Corsane, 112 Princes street 

Geo. Gilruth, 1 Glamis street 

J. M. Laird, 62 Commercial street 

J. Duncan, Station ag-ent, Newport 

D. K. Proudfoot, Post Office, Newport 

Scottish Amicable (Life) 
F. Farquharson, 8 Meadowside 
Hendry & Pollock, 32 Bank street 
Thos. Willock, Bank of Scotd., Reform st. 
Robert Robertson, 202 Overgate 
T. E. Methven, Calcutta buildings 
Mackay & Mess, 104 Commercial street 

Scottish Boiler Insurance Co. , Limited 
A. J. Murdoch, 79 Commercial street 
John Robertson, 13 Meadow street 

Scottis]i_ Employers' Liability and 
Accident Assurance Co., Limited 
Thos. Ireland, 87 High street, District 

Scottish Equitable (Life) 
Office, 12 Euclid street. Dundee Board 
of Reference— Chas. Alexander, Chas. 
Edward, Alexander Malcolm, P. Spence 
Mudie, Robert Small, P. G. Walker. 
Wm. Simpson, 12 Euclid street, District 

Scottish Life Assurance Co. Ltd. 
James Cram, 9 Ward road 

Scottish (Plate Glass) 
J. Rattray, 51 S. Tayst.,Dist. Manager 
Alexander Esplin, 7 Cowgate 
Robert Hunter, 41 Reform street 
J. & E. Shepherd, 28 Cowgate 



D. G. Farquharson, 3 Barrack street 
Hugh Martin, 3 Larch street 
David Milne & Son, 164 Overgate 
Scottish Provident Institution (Life) 
Local Board of Directors — Sheriff Robert- 
son, John Don, George Malcolm, Oliver 
G. Miller, and D. M. Watson. John W. 
Shepherd, 6 Panmure st., Local Secy. 
Agents — 
John Henderson, banker 
Robert Sturrock, Savings Bank 
Moody Stuart & Robertson, 9a Ward rd. 
J. & J. Ogilvie, 12 Meadowside 

F. Stewart Sandeman, 2 Baltic buildings 
George C. Keiller, 33 Meadovv'side 

J. M. Laird, 62 Commercial street 
Scottish Temperance (Life & Accident) 

James Cram, 9 Ward road 
Scottish Union and National (F. & L.) 

G. Armitstead & Co., 6 Panmure street 
John Birrell, 1 West Bell street 
Da\'id Bruce, 3 Royal Exchange place 
James Cram, 9 Ward road 

James Hunter, 69 Refonn street 
James Johnston, 82 Murraygate 
Robert Laing, 89 High street 
Alex. Macdonald, 33 Albert square 
W. M. Martin, Meadow house 
Robert Murdoch, National Bank 
Nicholson & Marquis, 32 Castle street 
D. Petrie, 4 Royal Exchange place 
James K. Prain, 20 Castle street 
James Rankin, 13 Albert square 
Reid, Johnston, Scrimgeour, & Co., 31 

Reform street 
David Scott & Son, 62 Commercial st. 
J. R. Wilson, 46 Castle street 
James S. Young, 38 St Andrew's street 
Scottish Widows' Fund (Life) 
Honorary Board of Directors — Sheriff 
Cheyne, Rev. Wm. Wilson, D.D. , Hany 
Walker, John George Paton, W. L. 
Boase, Edward Cox, Alex. Malcolm, 
James Shaw, Walter Shepherd 
Principal Agent — 
David Scott Fergiisson, Union Bank 

Other Agents — 
D. Myles, 11 Reform street 
W. Gellatly, 4 Royal Exchange place 
G. M. Kidd, 4 Royal Exchange place 
George Haggart, 11 Ward road 
John Sinclair & Son, 9 Dock street 
Pergusson & Stephen, 51 Reform street 
J. J. Johnstone, 69 Refoi-m street 
Daniel M'Intyre, 13 Albert square 
Thomas Ireland, 87 High street 
Charles G. Ross, Bank of Scotland 
Mackay & Mess, 104 Commercial street _ 
Peter C. Scott, 31 Meadowside 
Alex. Dawdson, 84 Commercial street 

Standard (Life) 
Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street 
Boyd &. Husband, 20 Reform street 
D. S. & T. Littlejohn, 27 Bank street 
George Anderson, 24 High street 
Reid, Johnston, Scrimgeour & Co., 31 Re- 
form street 
Henry Wyse, Royal Bank, Westport 
Alex. Fairweather, 2 India buildings 

Star (Life) 
John Ewan Dow, 18 Cowgate, Resident 

Sun (Fu'e) 
D. S. Fergusson, Union Bank 
Boyd & Husband, 20 Reform street 
R. A. Miller, 31 Panmure street 

United Assiirance Society- 
District Office, 3 Barrack street — Wm. 
Phillips, Manager 

United Kingdom 
Wm. J. Little, 69 N. Wellington street 

LTnion, London (F. & L.) 
J. W. Birrell, 23 Panmure street 

Wesleyan and General (Life) 
David H. Ferrier, 2 Hilltown 

Westminster (Fire) 
D. R. Kyd, 40 Rosebank road 
Smart & SchoUay, 3 Rl. Exchange court 

West of England (Fire and Life) 
James Martin, Rl. Exchange buildings 


British and Foreign Marine Insurance 

Co., Limited, of Liverpool 
David Bruce & Co., 3 Rl. Exchange place 
George A. M'Laren, 4 India buildings 
Dundee Mutual Marine Insurance 
Office, Calcutta buildings, 26 Commercial 
St. Committee — Chas. Robertson, Chair- 
man ; James Kilgour, James Mollison, 
Matthew Allison, John Isles, James Alli- 
son. George Duffus, Surveyor. Duncan 
Howie, Secy. 
Dundee Freight Insurance Association 
Duncan Howie, 26 Commercial st., Secy. 

Dundee Shipping and Dimdee Shipping 

Freight Insurance Associations 
Office, 46 Castle street. Directors — 

James Millar, Chairman ; Chas. Duncan, 

James B. Robertson, Jas. Cappon, Chas. 

Couper, and James White. Geo. Duffus, 

Surveyor. John R. Wilson, Secy. 
East of Scotland Shipowners' Mutual 

Protection Association 
Commissioners — Geo. Welch, David Bruce, 

Wm. S. Croudace, Matthew Allison, Chas. 

Robertson, Chas. Barrie, Jas. Millar, Chas. 

Couper, Dundee; Jas.Warrack, Montrose. 

Jos. Gibson, Calcutta buildings, Secy. 



Lloyd's Surveyors 

Geo. P. Cooper, 54 Commercial street, for 
district of Dundee, Perth, Arbroath, and 

John Sturrock, 54 Commercial street, En- 
gineer Suri'eyor for district of Dundee 
and Aberdeen 
Maritime Insurance Co., Limited, of 

James Logic, 67 Reform street 
Merchants Marine Insurance Company, 
Limited, of London 
David Bruce &, Co., 3 Rl. Exchange place 
Northern Marine Insurance Company, 

Office, 67 Reform street. Directors — John 
Guild, Chairman ; Oliver G. Miller, Jos. 
J. Barrie, Thomas Smith. Secretary and 
Underwriter, Jas. Logic, 67 Reform st. 
Standard Marine Insur. Company, Ld. 

W. Buchan Ritchie, 33 Dock street 
Ulster Marine Insurance Co., Limited 

Duncan Howie, 26 Commercial street 
Union Association of Underwriters 
Commissioners — Georg-e Welch, Wm. S. 
Croudace, James Finlay, Jas. Mollison, 

jr., William Kilgour, David Simpson. 

Joseph Gibson, Calcutta buildings. Secy. 
Union Freight Association 
Commissioners as above. Joseph Gibson, 

Calcutta buildings, Secy. 
Union Marine Insurance Co., Limited, 

of Liverpool 
James Millar, 54 Commercial street 
Union Iron Sailing Ship Insurance 

Association of Dundee 
Committee — David Bruce, W. S. Croudace, 

Matthew Allison, Charles Barrie, R. V. 

Scroggie, James Millar, Dundee ; George 

Duncan, London. Jos. Gibson, Calcutta 

buildings. Secy. 
Union Iron Sailing Ship SmallDamage 

Indemnity Association 
Committee and Secretary same as above 
The Union Iron Steamship Mutual 

Insurance Association of Dundee 
Directors — P. M. Duncan, James Mitchell, 

John Machan, Andrew Leltch, James 

Mudie, James Millar, Dundee ; W. D. 

Johnston, Montrose ; John B. Adam, 

Newcastle ; Henry Briggs, Hull ; John 

Guthrie, Cardiff. Jos. Gibson, Calcutta 

buildings. Secy. 


DUNDEE JOINT STOCK CpMPANY— EstabUshed in 1824.— Charles 
Smith, Preses. Alex. B. Robb, Vice-Preses. 

Board of Management — James Thomson, Rennald F. Hunter, David Bruce. 

David G. Bruce, Factor and Treasurer. James Hunter, jun., 69 Reform 
street. Secretary and Law Agent. 

Directors — James C. Law, Chairman ; David Brown, Peter Stewart, Wm. R. 
Smith, D. S. W. Pyott, Patrick Hunter, Patrick Dow, Alex. Butter, and 
Robt. Keith. Secretary and Treasurer — Jas. Kennedy Prain, 20 Castle street. 

■ — Head Office, 13 Albert square. Directors — John Scott Gray, Chairman ; 
John Mudie, Peter Stephen, Thomas Robb, Douglas Thomson, David 
M'Donald, A. H. Brown, John Hepburn. 

Bankers — The Bank of Scotland. Manager and Secretary — D. M'Intyre, 
13 Albert square. 

son, Chau-man ; Wm. Alexander, Wm. Thomson, Chas. Howe, JohnM'Glashan. 

Surveyors — William Alexander and John Anderson. Solicitors — D. S. & T. 
Littlejohn. Manager and Treasiirer — Charles M'NicoU, 27 Bank street. 

— John Guild, Chairman; Thomas H. Cox, John Sharp, Thomas Smith. 
Secretary — Robert Fleming. Office — 13 Albert square. 

Limited. ^ — Directors — John Leng, Chairman ; Robert Fleming, P. M. Coch- 
rane, John Guild, Henry Gourlay, Alexander Henderson. Secretary^ — 
William Mackenzie, 13 Panmure street. Solicitors — Thomas Thornton, Son, 
& Co. Auditors — Moody-Stuart & Robertson, C.A. 


Leng, Chairman ; Andrew "VAIiitton, Eobt. Fleming, Henry Gourlay, George 
Halley. Secretary — William Mackenzie, 13 Panmure street. Solicitors — 
Thomas Thornton, Son, & Co. Auditor — David Myles. 

Provost Moncur ; Alex. Henderson, AVest Park ; Eobt. Duke, Bearehill, 
Brechin ; Alex. D. Grimond ; Gershom Gourlay ; Frank L. Underwood, 
Kansas City. Secretaries — Moody-Stuart & Eobertson, 9a Ward road. 

gistered Offices, 104 Commercial street. Directors — William Eobertson, Robert 
Fleming, George Halley, John Robertson, William Smith, Benholm Castle, 
Kincardine ; Alfred M. Britton, Fort Worth, Texas. Secretary — A. Mackay. 

3 India Buildings. George A. Cox, George Burnett, Alex. Gilroy, John 
Leadbetter, Robert Lamb. Secretary — Geo. A. M'Laren. 


CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY.— Directors— J. C. Bolton, M.P., 
Carbrook, Stirlingshire, Chairman ; Thos. Hill, Dean Park House, Edinburgh, 
Deputy-Chairman ; John Cowan, Stoneleigh, Greenock ; James King, 
Campsie, Glasgow ; Major Green Thompson, Bridekirk, Cumberland ; Eight 
Hon. the Earl of Breadalbane, Taymouth Castle, Aberfeldy ; Daniel Ainslie, 
The Gart, Callander ; Hugh Brown, Glasgow ; William W. Hozier, Mauldslie 
Castle, Lanarkshire ; Jas. Taylor, Starley Hall, Burntisland ; James B. 
Nicholson, Glenbervie House, Kmcardineshire ; John Sharp, of Balmuir, 
Dundee ; J. C. Bunten, Glasgow; Alex. Crum, M.P., Thornlie Bank, Glasgow. 

Distance — Railway, 714| miles ; Canal, 52 miles — Total, 7665 miles. 

Head Office— 302 Buchanan street, Glasgow. James Thompson, General 
Manager. Arch. Gibson, Secretary. Arch. Hillhouse, General Goods Manager. 

Dundee — Robert Small, Traffic SuiJerintendent ; George Thomson, assistant 
Traffic Superintendent ; D. Conacher, Goods Agent, West Station ; Alexander 
Lamb, Station-Master, West Station. 

NORTH BRITISH EAILWAY COMPANY.— From Carlisle and Berwick 
in the South to Dundee and Perth in the North, including Branches 962i 
miles. — Directors — Sir James Falshaw, Bart., Edinburgh, Chairman ; John 
Beaumont, Eavensknowle, Huddersfield, Deputy-Chairman ; James Cox, 
Clement Park, Lochee ; Peter Garnett, South Woods Hall, Thirsk ; Henry 
Grierson, 8 Park Circus place, Glasgow ; George Harrison, merchant, Edin- 
burgh ; Alexander Harvie, 16 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow ; Sir William Miller, 
Bart., of Manderston, Dunse ; Adam Johnstone, Esq., Kingswood, Burntisland ; 
George Eobertson, AV.S., Edinburgh; Henry J. Trotter, Langton Grange, 
Gainford, near Darlington ; Robert Young, 107 Buchanan street, Glasgow ; 
the Marqiiis of Tweeddale, Yester House, Haddington. 

Head Office — 4 Princes st., Edinburgh. John Walker, General Manager; 
G. B. AYieland, Secretary ; James M'Laren, General Passenger Superintendent, 
Edinburgh. D. M'Dougall, General Goods Manager, 14 West George street, 
Glasgow. A. Rutherford, District Goods Manager, Edinburgh. D. Deuchars, 
District Goods Manager, AVilliam Dott, Goods Agent, Tay Bridge Station, 
Dundee. James Smith, Station-Master, Tay Bridge Passenger Station. 

Commercial st. , Dundee. Committee — John Sharp, of Balmuir, Dundee ; Lord 
Provost Harrison, Edinburgh ; the Earl of Breadalbane, Taymouth Castle, 
Aberfeldy ; James Cox, Clement Park, Lochee ; Jas. B. Nicholson, Glenbervie 
House, Kincardineshire ; Adam Johnston, Kingswood, Burntisland; Edward 
Gilbert, Carphin, Bro. Ferry. Manager and Secretary — D. Philii), Accountant. 



EAST COAST RAILWAY.— Office, 33 Cowgate. D. Bisset, Agent. 

MIDLAND RAILWAY.— Offices, 57 Meadowside, and Tay Bridge Station. 
I. R. Benner, Agent. 

RAILAVAY CARRIERS.— Mutter, Howey, & Co., 24 Cowgate, Contractors 
to H.M. War Dei^artment, Carting Agents for the North British Railway 
Coy., Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway, and East Coast Railways, viz., 
North Eastern Railway Coy. and Great Northern Railway Coy. — Forward and 
receive Goods to and from all Stations in Scotland, England, and Ireland. 
James Slidders, Manager. 

Wordie & Co., 25 Dock street. Carting Agents for Caledonian, Dundee and 
Arbroath Joint, Great North of Scotland, and Highland, Railway Comiianies 
— Forward and receive Goods to and from all Stations in Scotland, England, 
and Ireland. Hugh Grant, Manager. 

Sutton & Co., General Carriers to all parts of the world. Desj)atches to 
and from London daily. James Cant, 26 Greenmarket, Agent. 

Globe Parcel Express. — Parcels collected and forwarded to, as well as received 
and delivered from, all parts of the world. G. Montgomery, 64 High st., Agent. 

leaves East King street, Bro. Ferry, at 9 a.m. and 2 P.M. ; and 52 High street, 
Dundee, at 11 a.m. and 4.30. p.m. Wm. Thornton, Proprietor. 


I The Van leaves the office. Brook street, Broughty Ferry, at 9 A.M. and 2 P.M..; 
and 40 High street, Dundee, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily. Alexander Hume, 







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David Peebles 
David Dick 
.James Braid 
Jas. Longair 
Wm. Frain 
D. Hood 

Jas. Fleming- 
James Bfaid 

Jas. Nicholson - 

Josepii Dryden 
Alex. Duncan- 

Alex. Finlay 
John Findlay 
David Bell 
David Kermath 
John Brown 
Wm. M'Farlane 
Charles Neave 
David Lumgair 

John Petrie i 

Wm. Stewart 
James Braid 
Wm. Black 
Geo. Malcolm 
A. Hutchison 
Wm. Mann 
D. Malcolm 

William Milne, 18 Overgate 

West Railway station 

5 Yeaman shore 

James Cowan's, 23 Greenmarket 

Wm. Brown, jun., 13 Greenmarket 

J. White, 33 Westport 

Eoyal Hotel Stables 

5 Yeaman shore 

5 Yeaman shore, and at J. \ 
Gillanders, 57 Overgate j 

18 Overgate 

John White, 33 Westport 
J. Gillanders, 57 Overgate 
W. Milne, 18 Overgate 
D. Mathew, 49 Overgate 
James Cowan, 23 Greenmarket 
D. Mathew, 49 Overgate 
D. Mathew, 49 Overgate 
John White, 33 Westport 
108 Murraygate 
Eagle Inn, 108 Murraygate 
Eagle Inn, 108 Murraygate 
Eagle Inn, 108 Murraygate 
F. H. M'Gavin, 99 Murraygate 
Eagle Inn, 108 Murraygate 
James Nicoll, 5 Yeaman shore 
Wm. Brown, jun., 13 Greenmarket 
M. M'Kenzie, 103 Murraj'gate 
M. M'Kenzie, 103 Murraygate 
Eagle Inn, 108 Murraj'gate 
F. H. M'Gavin, 99 Murraygate 


HACKNEY CARRIAGES.— Abstract of Bye-Laws enacted by the Com- 
missioners of Police for regelating Hackney Carriages. Stands: — 1. On the 
High street, in front of the Town House. 2. On the Nethergate street, be- 
twixt Tally street and South Lindsay street. 3. On Meadowside opposite the 
Old Burying Ground. 4. On the West side of South Union street. 5. On the 
South side of E. Dock street, at the West end of the Eailway Station. 6. On 
Victoria Dock quay, at the East end of the Customhouse. 7. On the North 
side of Cowgate, at its junction with King street. 8. On East side of South 
Lindsay street. 9. In North Lindsay street, North of Courier and Argus 
biuldings, on West side. 

Fares: — The following and no higher fares shall be charged : 

For any distance betwixt the High street stance, or the Meadowside stance, 
and any jjlace within the area embraced within the place known as Lilybank 
Toll-bar and Taybank gate on the east, the jJaces at which existed the 
Blackness and Logie toll-bars on the west, and Dudhoiie terrace, Somer- 
ville place, head of Bonnethill, and Stobswell (at crossing of Forfar and Mur- 
roes road, Lunatic Asylum), on the north, — One ShUUng : And should any 
Hackney Carriage be engaged at any stance or place other than either of the 
two before mentioned, the fare shall be only One ShilHng for any distance 
traversed within the said area, if not more than from either of said stances. 
The fare shall also be One Shilling within the following circuit wheresoever 
within such circuit the carriage may be engaged : namely, within a circuit com- 
mencing at the foot of Shepherd's loan (Magdalen yard), and passing by Shep- 
herd's loan to the junction of HawkhOl and Perth road, and thence by Hawk- 
liill and Annfield road, Cherryfield, and Scourmgburn, to the junction of Milne- 
bank road and Polepark road, and thence to Dudhope Free Church at the 
junction of Lochee road and Polepark road, and proceeding by Dudhope house 
Dudhope terrace, Somerville place, Constitution street, Eosebank street, Ann 
street. Cotton road, Laing street, and Dura street to Brown Constable street, 
and thence by Lyon street, Eaglan street, and Lower Lilybank to Broughty 
Ferry road, and terminating on said Ferry road at Siiringhill or Carolina port. 

In cases to which neither of the rules prescribed in the immediately pre- 
ceding paragi-aph may be applicable, the following shall ajsply, viz. — From any 
place to any other jilace within five miles from the General Post OfBce of the 
burgh, if not more than a mile. One Shilling ; and for each additional half- 
mile, and also for any isart of a half-mile, Sixpence additional. 

The foregoing fares to apply to cases where the number of passengers does 
not exceed four. If five passengers are carried. Sixpence extra, irrespective of 
mileage or distance, may be charged. In the case of children under twelve 
years of age, two are to be reckoned and charged for as one adult. 

When engaged by the hour in shopj^ing or calls, the fares shall be, per houi* 
Two Shillings ; and when engaged by the hour in pleasure or country driving, 
Two Shillings and Sixpence. 

When required to ply after eleven o'clock p.m. to twelve o'clock p.m., a fare 
and a-half to be charged ; after twelve o'clock p.m., to five o'clock a.m., double 
fares ; after five o'clock a.m. till six a.m., a fare and a half to be charged. 

Luggage not exceeding in weight 100 lbs. shall be taken free of charge ; above 
that weight it shall be liable to a charge of Sixisence extra. 

Half fares to be charged for returning by the same carriage (when not engaged 
by time), but the carriage not to be detained beyond fifteen minutes, unless by 
agreement. If a carriage be required to take up two or more parties at different 
places, or to go out of the ordinary route betwixt two places, Sixpence extra 
may be charged. 

When a carriage is called, but not used, a charge of Sixpence shall be allowed 
if the place to which it is called be imder half a mile from the nearest stand, 
and One Shilling if beyond said distance. 


Any party shall be entitled to withold payment of the Fare : When the 
Name and Number are not painted outside, or when there is no card or plate 
inside the carriage in terms of the Bye-Laws. When the Reference Ticket is 
not offered on being asked for. When the Bye-Laws, Table of Fares, and 
Driver's License, are not shown on demand ; and when an Overcharge is made. 
Persons contravening any of the Bye-Laws to be liable (except in special cases 
where other penalties are stipulated) in a penalty not exceeding Five Pounds 
for each offence, but with power to the Judge to remit the whole penalty. 


David Stratton, 60 Seagate 
AVilliam Mitchell, 49 Larch street 
James Marr, 20 Step row 
Andrew Gloag, Stobswell, Dura st. 
Alex. Arthurson, 29 Kincardine st. 
Robert Parr, Park place 
W. P. Robertson, Post Office, Lochee 
Peter Stewart, 179 Blackness road 
John Sword, 21 Back street. 

Mrs John M. Robertson, 43 Perth road, 
and 32^ King street 

James Short, Royal Stables, 27 Yea- 
man shore 

Peter Peebles, 55 Perth rd. , and Queen's 
Hotel Stables, IGO Nethergate 

James Peters, 12 Park lane 

William Lowden, 142 Hilltown 

W. M'Fee, jun., 16 E. Henderson's wd. 

James Morris, 48 Strathmartine road 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT TRAMWAY CO., Ltd.— Registered Office, 19 
High Street. Directors — ^Thomas Buchan, Chairman ; James M'Laren, David 
Pirie, C. C. Maxwell, John Scrymgeour, John Rattray. Secretary and 
Manager, Daniel Duff. 

Perth Road and East End Cars. 
Westpark road to Baxter Park, 9 a.m. and every hour until 10 p.m. 
Westpark road to Morgan Hospital, 8.30 a.m. and every hour until 9.30 p.m. 
Dalhousie terrace to Baxter park, 8.25 a.m. and every 20 minutes until 10.5 

p.m., and on Saturdays until 10.25 p.m. 
'Dalhousie terrace to Morgan Hospital, 8.15 a.m. and everj' 20 minutes until 

9.55 p.m., and on Saturdays until 10.35 p.m. 
Baxter Park to Westpark road, 9 a.m. and every hour until 9 p.m. 
Morgan Hospital to Westpark road, 9.30 a.m. and every hour until 9.30 p.m. 
Baxter Park to Dalhousie terrace, 9 a.m. and every 20 minutes until 10.40 

p.m., and on Saturdays imtil 11 p.m. 
Morgan Hospital to Dalhousie terrace, 8.45, 9.10 a.m. and every 20 minutes 

until 10.30 p.m., and on Saturdays until 11.10 p.m. 
High street to Dalhousie terrace, 9, 9.15a.m.,andeveryl0minutesuntill0.55 

p.m., and on Saturdays until 11.25 p.m. 
High street to Westpark road, 9.15 a.m. and every half -hour until 9.45 p.m. 
High street to Morgan Hospital, 8.30 a.m. and every 20 minutes until 10.10 

p.m., and on Saturdays until 10.50 p.m. 
High street to Baxter Park, 8.40 a.m. and every 20 minutes until 10.20 p.m., 

and on Saturdays until 10.40 p.m. 
Hawkhill place to High street, 8.21 a.m. and every 10 minutes until 10.11 

p.m., on Saturdays until 10.41 p.m. 
Hawkhill place to Dalhousie terrace, 9.6, 9.21 a.m. and every 10 minutes 

until 11.1 p.m., and on Saturdays until 11.31 p.m. 
Hawkhill place to Westpark road, 9.21 a.m. and every half -hour until 9.51 p.m. 
Victoria Bridge to Morgan Hospital, 8.40 a.m. and every 20 minutes until 

10.20 p.m., on Saturdays until 11p.m. 
Victoria Bridge to Baxter Park, 8.50 a.m. and every 20 minutes until 10.30 

p.m., on Saturdays until 10.50 p.m. 
Victoria Bridge to High street and Dalhousie terrace, 8.50, 9.5 a.m. and every 

10 minutes until 10.45 p.m., on Saturdays until 11.15 p.m. 
Victoria Bridge to Westpark road, 9.5 a.m. and every half -hour until 9.35 p.m. 


IjOcttef Oars 

Lochee to Dundee, 8.20, 8.40, 9, 9.20, 9.40, 10, 10.20, 10.40, 11, 11.20, 11.40 
a.m., 12 noon, 12.20, 12.40, 1, 1.1.5 p.m., and every 1.5 minutes until 10 
p.m., on Saturdays from 2.30 p.m. every 10 minutes until 10.30 p.m. 

Polepark to Dundee, 8.30, 8..50, 9.10, 9.30, 9..50, 10.10, 10.30, 10..50, 11.10, 
11.30, 11.50 a.m., 12.10, 12.30, 12.50, 1.10, 1.25 p.m., and eveiy 15 
minutes until 10.10 p.m., on Saturdays every 10 minutes from 2.40 p.m. 
until 10.40 p.m. 

Dundee to Lochee, 8.45, 9.5, 9.25, 9.45, 10.5, 10.25, 10.45, 11.5, 11.25, 11.45 
a.m., 12.5, 12.25, 12.45, 1.5, 1.25, 1.40, and every 15 minutes until 10.10 
and 10.30 p.m., on Saturdays from 2.55 p.m. every 10 minutes until 10.35 
and 10.50 p.m. 

Polepark to Lochee, 9.3, 9.23, 9.43, 10.3, 10.23, 10.43, 11.3, 11.23, 11.43 a.m., 
12.3, 12.23, 12.43, 1.3, 1.23, 1.43, 1..58, and every 15 minutes untU 
10.28, and 10.48 p.m., on Saturdays every 10 minutes from 3.13 until 
10.53 and 11.8 p.m. 

TAY FEERIES— Managed by Dvmdee Harbour Trustees under " Dimdee 
Harbour and Tay Ferries Act, 1873. " — John Methven, Superintendent. James 
Stewart, Collector. Station — Craig pier. South Union street. 

A Steamboat sails from Dundee not before 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 A.M., 12 noon, 1, 
2, 3.5, 4.5,5.5, 6..5, 7.5, 8.30, 9.1.5,10.15,11p.m. ; and from Newi^ort not before 
6.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30, 10.30, 11.30 a.m., 12.30, 1.30, 2.30, 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30, 
7.30, 8.50, 9.45, 10.40, 11.15 p.m. 

On Sundays the Steamboat sails from Dimdee not before 9 and 10 A.M., 
12.40, 1.15, 4.5, 5.15, 6.15, and 8.15p.m. ; and from Newport not before 9.30, 
10.30 A.M., 12.55, 1.45, 4.30, 5.45, 6.45, 8.30 p.m. 

During the Winter Months the saiUng at 6.15 p.m. on Sunday is omitted. 


(For Addresses, see Professions Directory.) 

Established Chdkch. 

St Mary's (East Church), Nethergate, Rev. Colin Campbell 

St Paul's (South do. ), Do „ William Smith 

St Clement's(Steepledo.), Do. ,, John Troup 

St John's (Cross do. ), Tay street, ,, Peter Grant, D.D. 

St David's, North Tay street, .. . ,, Roberts. Warren 

StMark's, Perth road, ,, Charles M. Grant 

St Andrew's, King street, ,, Alexander Legge 

Chapelshade, Constitution road, . . , , Archibald Bell 

Wallacetown, Crescent street, , , James M. Campbell 

Logie, Balgay street, ,, Stewart Galloway 

Rosebank, Constitution street, , , David B. Cameron 

StMatthew's Ferry road, ,, John MiUs 

Clepington, ClepLngton, ,, David R. Robertson 

St Enoch's, Nethergate, ,, Hugh George AVatt 

Lochee, ,, William Wright 

„ St Luke's, ,, William May 


Feee Church. 

St Andrew's, Meadow j)lace, Rev. James Ewing 

St John's, Perth road, ,, D.M.Ross 

St David's, Ward road, ,, John Dunlop 

St Peter's, St Peter street, ,, John Jenkins 

St Paxil's, Nethergate, ,, Richard Waterston 

Albert Square, Meadowside, , , Dugald Matheson 

Willison, Barrack street, ,, Thomas Hill 

Wallacetown, Crescent street,.... ,, James Fenton 

Hilltown, Maxwelltown, ,, John Macpherson 

Chapelshade, Constitution road, . . , , Alexander Adamson 

Dudhojje, Uisper isleasance, ... , , Andrew Inglis 

Chalmers, Hunter street, , , Robert Milligan 

Wellgate, Dudhope street, ,, Donald Cook 

M'Cheyne Memorial, 328 Perth road, ,, Alexander H. Reid 

Bonnethill, Hilltown, ,, James A. Simpson 

Ogilvie, Dura street, ,, Arcliibald Black 

Martyrs, Annfield road, ,, John Wylie 

High Church, Hospital wynd, ,, Gavin Anderson 

Lochee, ,, Thomas B. Dodds. 

United Presbyterian Church. 
1st Congregation, George'sChapel,S.Lindsayst.Rev. Josephus L. Skerret 
~~ "" Thomas S. Dickson 

J. R. M'Gavin, D.D., and 




do. (Wishart), 

.Bell street, 

.Tay square, < 

.Dudhope Cres. rd., 

James Wilson 
James George 
Robert Laurie 
Robert A. Watson 
William Rose 
John Taylor 
James Drummond 
Arch B. Connel 


Ward Chapel, Constitution road, Rev. Charles Short 

Cowgate port, . 

do. (James'), Bell street, 

do. Butterburn, .... 

do. Victoria street, 

HawkhiU, Hawkhill, 

Ryehill, Perth road, 


Princes street, 

Lindsay street, 

Panmiire street, 

Dastle street, 

Russell Chapel, Hawkhill,. 

John Park Noble 
G. Gardiner 
W. J. Cox 
J. H. Crawford 
Jonathan Roebuck 

Kinnaird Hall, Rev. David Macrae. 

Evangelical Union. 

rrinity, Victoria road, Rev. AVm. Hamilton, M.A. 

Morison, Young Men's C. A. Hall,.... ,, James Monie 

3t James', Euclid street, ,, Gilbert Paterson 

Wesleyan Methodists. 

Ward road, Rev. George Barnley 

Victoria road, ,, Jonathan A. Foster 


EUttray street, W. Henderson and George Stewart 

Constitution road, Thos. Brown, David Mills, and Wm. Smith 

Long Wynd, ......Nethergate, Rev. William TuUoch 

United Original Seceders. 
Suclid Crescent, Rev. Peter M' Vicar 


Scottish Episcopal Chuech. 
The Eight Eev. H. W. Jermyn, D.D., Bishop of Brechin 
/'Eev. H. Macnamara, M.A., Incumbent 
S. Paul's, Castlehill, ..J " ?°^- Cruickshank.M.A Assistant-Curate 
' ' j „ A. M. Calcutt, Assistant-Curate 

I ,, E. E. Lingard-Guthrie, M.A. 
S. Mary Magdalen's, Blinshall street, j Eev. F. Burden, Incumbent 

Holy Trinity Mission, ( Arthur Denny, Assistant-Curate 

( Very Eev. J. Nicolson (Dean of 

S. Salvador's, Clepington, < Breehia), Incumbent 

(. C. A. Elrington, Assistant-Curate 
S. John Baptist's Mission, Albert street, J. J. Dunbar, Mission Priest 

S. Margaret's, Lochee, Eev. Thomas Lennie, Incumbent 

Newport Mission, Eev. S. B. Hodson, Mission Priest 

English Episcopal Church. 
St John's (Iron Church), Lochee road, Eev. Joseph Gillibrand 

EoMAN Catholic Church. 

St Andrew's, Nethergate, \ ^f- ^"^^'^^ Clapperton; Eev. Michael Phe- 

' I Ian; Eev. Jeremiah OHea 

I" Eev. Augustine M'Dermott ; Eev. John 
St Mary's, Maxwelltovni, <. Doherty ; Eev. James Brovsn ; Eev. Thos. 

(, Connelly, D.D. ; Eev. Patrick O'Connor 

St Josenh's Blackness road I ^®^- Joseph Holder ; Eev. Thomas Furlong ; 
.-si; j osepn s, liiacimess roaa, . . . -^ j^^^ Jeremiah O'Dwyer 

St Mary's, Lochee, Eev. Peter L. Butti ; Eev. James J. Dawson. 

Catholic Apostolic Church. 
Constitution road, Eev. John Eankin 

King street, Ministers various 

Christian Church. 
Salem Chapel, Constitution rd.,...John Selbie, Jas. Chisholm, Thos. Y. Millar 
74 High street, Ministers various 

Unitarian Christian Church. 
Constitution road, Eev. H. "Williamson 

German Church. 
74 High street, Eev. Wm. H. Blumenreich 

The Dundee Established Presbytery meets in St Enoch's Class-Eoom, Long 
wynd, on the first Wednesday of each month, at 12 o'clock noon. Clerk — • 
Eev. P. L. Burr, Lundie Manse. OflBcer — James MaiUer, 16 West wynd. 

The Dundee Free Church Presbytery meets in Chapelshade Free Church on 
the second Wednesday of each month, at 11 a.m. Clerk — Eev. Eobt. Lorimer, 
Free Church Manse, Mains. Officer — James T. Arklay, 2 Catherine street. 

The Dundee United Presbyterian Presbytery meets in the hall of Dudhope 
Eoad Church on the Tuesday after the first Sabbath of each month, at 10.30 a.m. 
Clerk — Eev. James Wilson, 17 Springfield. Officer— James Melville, 19 West 

SESSION CLEEK.— John Miln, 56 Bell street. Office hours— 1.30 to 3 
o'clock afternoon ; from 6 to 8 o'clock evening. 

SACEAMENTAL FAST DAYS.— Thursdays before the third Sundays of 
April and October. 


i Smith ; Vice-Presidents, Robert Gardner, Peter Murray, and George Cruick- 
shank ; Treasurer — Geo. Yeaman ; Joint Secretary, John Foggie. 

Committee— James Lyon, Thomas Clark, James Small, David Jeffrey, 
James Torrance, James M'Glashan, James Smith, "William A. Scott, A. D, 
i: Fleming, James Eae, John Tullis, William Donald, Walker S. Melville, 
William Hepburn, John Robertson, John Richardson, Chas. L. Cruickshank, 
John Bruce, Wm. F. Chalmers, Thomas Doig, Patrick Hunter, Thomas Angus, 
Henry Moncrieff (Missionary). 

BIBLE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND.— President— Patrick Watson; Vice- 
Presidents— George Rough, Provost Moncur, Dean of Guild Henderson, Thos. 
Smith. Committee— H. B. Fergusson, Thomas Rait, George Carmichael, 
Da%dd Petrie, Thomas Bell, Robert A. Mudie, James Cox, James Logie, John 
Earl Robertson, George Jack, William Small, Bailie Doig. Secretaries— 
The Rev. James Ewing and John W. Shepherd. Treasurer— John Henderson, 
Banker. Depositarian— Jas. Smith, Y.M.C.A. Collector— David Kilgour. 

FOR FEMALE EDUCATION IN INDIA.— Committee— Mrs Pitcairn, Fort 
William house ; Mrs Grant, Perth road ; Mrs Lowson, Graybank ; Mrs Thomas 
Smith, Ashwood ; Mrs A. Taylor ; Mrs C. M. Grant, Airlie place ; Mrs Watt, 
St Enoch's ; Mrs A. A. Watt, Kincraig : Miss Nimmo, Newi^ort ; Mrs James 
Carmichael, Newport. President — Mrs Pitcairn ; Treasurer — Miss Jessiman, 
Broughty Ferry ; Joint Secretaries — Mrs Colin Campbell and Miss Thow. 

SOCIETY.— Rev. Charles Short, Chairman ; Rev. William J. Cox, Secretary; 
George Rough, Treasurer. 

Square. President — Rev. F. G. Widdows ; Vice-Presidents — R. J. Niven, 
I Hugh Martin, David Johnston. Secretary — James Wright. Treasurer — ■ 
Wm. M'Leod Thorburn. Committee — Rev. A. F. Reid, James Campbell, 
David Monro, Archibald Rea, Alex. Batchelor, Alex. Henry, P. M. Mitchell. 

ASSOCIATION, 1870— consisting of all the Elders and Managers elect in the 
United Presbyterian Churches in Dundee, Broughty Ferry, Newjjort, Lochee, 
Blairgowrie, Alyth, Kirriemuir, Newbigging, and Tayport. President — Wm. 
R. M'Kelvie ; Vice-President — John Tullis ; Treasurer — A. D. Fleming ; 
Secretary — AVilliam Roxburgh, 93 and 95 Hawkhill. Committee — Andrew H. 
Foggie, Wm. A. Scott, James Rae, Wm. F. Chalmers, David M. Hampton, 
John Pellow, Francis J. M'Millan, James Torrance, James Milne, Thomas 
Angus, Alexander O. Lunan, John Ireland, David S. Johnston, David Laird, 
Alex. Mair, James Thomson, David L. Paterson, Jolui Crichton, Francis Selbie, 
Archibald Myles, Joseph Philip, Lawrence Brough, David Wilkie, jun., George 
Cruickshanks, AVilliam Paterson, Thomas Mitchell, David Templeman. John 
M'Donald, Robert Bell, AVilliam Cooper, Donald M'Gregor, David Small. 

THE M'ALL MISSION IN FRANCE (Dundee Auxiliary).— President, 
George Rough ; Committee — Rev. W. J. Cox, David Easson, James Logie, 
George Ogilvy, Thomas Kyd, John Earl Robertson, Thomas Smith, Rev. 
James E. Sommerville, AVilliam Strong, Rev. James AVilson ; Hon. Secretary 
and Treasurer, J. Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings. 

ANGLO-INDIAN CHRISTIAN UNION, for promoting the Spiritual In- 
terests of Europeans in India. — President— -Right Hon. Lord Polwarth. 

Dundee Boakd.— A. J. Buist, Chairman ; Rev. Messrs W. J. Cox, A. 



Inglis, R. Lang, C. M. Grant ; Bailie Macdonald ; Messrs Edward Cox, John 
W. Shepherd, "VVilliam Cox, James Cunningham, A. D. Grimond, William 
Lowson, William Mackison, W. R. Morison, George Rough, W. O. Dalgleish. 
Treasurer — John Henderson, Banker. 

ducting of Sabbath Forenoon Meetings and other Religious Services for the Young. 
Hon. President — Provost Moncur. Hon. Vice-Presidents — Rev. Colin Camj)- 
bell ; Revs. Richard Waterston, Arch. B. Connel, C. M. Grant, John Jenkins, 
James George, James Ewing, James Wilson, Gavin Anderson, Alex. Legge, 
A. H. Reid, James Fenton, Robert Lorimer, W. J. Cox, Thos. Dickson, D. M. 
Ross ; Thos. Bell, William Robertson, W. O. Dalgleish, Alex. Henderson, 
A. D. Grimond, W. Y. Blyth-Martin, Alex. J. Buist, George Armitstead, 
M.P., James Cox, H. B. Fergusson, Geo. Halley, John Sharp, John Leng, 
Thomas Thornton. President — William Lowson ; Vice-President — John W. 
Shepherd ; Treasurer — W. W. Halley, Blackness terrace ; Secretary — Alex. 
Murray, 106 Nethergate ; Assistant Secretary — Chas. Morris, 69 Reform street. 
Directors — D. H. M'Intosh, James Combe, George Harris, D. L. Paterson, 
Charles Stewart, David Watson, C. W. Scrymgeour, J. R. Coupar, J. M'NicoU. 

Name of Meeting. 

Taylor's Lane,. ... 

Ashton Place Hall, ... 
Victoria Road, 
WUson , Overgate, .... 

Dallfield Walk, 

Willison Mission, 

Bonnethill, ... 


William Street, King street, 

OgUvie Chiirch, 

Butterburn, ... ... ... ... 

Camperdown, Locliee,, 

Park Wynd, 


WaUace Street Hall, 

Long Wynd, 

Bain Square,... 

Annfield Street Mission, 

Maxwellto wn Hall , 

Cochrane Street Mission,.... 
Rosebank, ... 




Cherryfield Mission, 

Muirhead of Liff, 

Baldovan Industrial School, ... 


Campbell Street, Lochee, ... 
Reform Street HaU — Senior Meeting, 

Wroug-ht co-operatively with 
M'Cheyne Memorial Free Church 
St Peter's Free Church 
St Andrew's Free Church 
St Paul's Free Church 
United Presbyterian Mission 
Willison Free Church 
Bonnethill Free Church 
Dudhope Free Church 
West Bell Street U.P. Church 
Ogilvie Free Church 
Butterburn U.P. Church 
Variou^s Presbyterian Churches, Lochee 
St John's Free Church 
St Mark's Established Church 
Men Various Denominations 
East Established Church 
Chapelshade Free Church 
St Peter's Free Church 
Hilltown Free Church 
Dudhope Crescent Road U.P. Church 
Yoxmg Men's Christian Association 
Wallacetown Free Church 
Wishart U.P. Church 
Ogilvie Free Church 
Men Various Denominations 
Liff Free Church 
D. B. & G. Religious Association 
Ogilvie Free Church 
D. B. & G. Religious Association. 

Average attendance of Boys and Girls, 39.52 ; Number of workers, 522. ' 
The Directors will be glad to co-o^jerate with Sessions or managers of ' 
Churches or others for the conducting of these Special Services for the Young. 

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University College.— Trustees— Provost Moncur ; Right Hon. W. E. 
Baxter, M.P. ; Geo. Arniitstead, M.P. ; Frank Henderson, M.P. ; John Cheyne, 
Slieriff-Substitiite, Dundee ; Alex. Robertson, Sheriff -Substitute, Forfar ; 
Alex. Henderson, Dean of Guild, Dundee. Governors — Life : Miss Baxter of 
Balgavies, G. W. ]iaxter, E. F. Maitland, James Smart ; Representative : 
The Earl of Strathmore, Lord-Lieutenant of the County; Sir John Ogilvy, 
Bart., Convener of the County ; J. W. Barclay, M.P. for the County ; Right 
Hon. W. E. Baxter, M.P. for Montrose District of Burghs ; John Trayner, 
Sheriff of the County ; Alex. Henderson, Dean of Guild, and their successor.* 
in their respective offices ; H. B. Fergusson, for the Chamber of Commerce ; 
Rev. James Bwing, for the School Board ; "William Robertson, for the Directors 
of the High School ; Rev. John Dunlop, for the Free Library Committee ; 
and the members of Council for the time being. Council — Elected by the 
Governors : The Earl of Dalhousie, the Earl of Camperdovt'n, William Biownlee, 
Rev. W. J. Cox, William O. Dalgleish, John Sharp, John Robertson, Thomas 
Thornton, G. W. Baxter. Ex-officio : Provost Moncur, Geo. Armitstead, M.P., 
Frank Henderson, M.P., Sheriff Cheyne, Sheriff Robertson. Elected by the 
! Owens College, JManchester — Professor Henry Enfield Roscoe, Manchester. 
Elected by tlie Lord President of the Privy Council — Professor James Donald- 
son, Aberdeen. Elected by the Principal and Professors of the College — 
James Cunningham, jun. Education Board — Princijial W. Peterson, Chair- 
man ; Professor J. E. A. Steggall, Professor Thos. Carnelley, Professor J. A. 
Ewing, Professor Thos. Gilray. Professors — 

Principal — W. Peterson, M.A. 

Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, Professor Steggall, M.A. 

Chemistry, Professor Carnelley, D. So. 

Engineering and Dravv'ing, Professor J. A. Ewing, B.Sc. 

Classics and Ancient History, Professor W. Peterson, M.A. 

English Language and Literature and ) n f m rl■^ nj- » 

Modern History, f ^^f ^ssor Thos. Gilray, M.A. 

Demonstrator in tlie Physical Laboratory — J. W. Capstick, B.A., B.Sc. 
Chemical Laboratory Steward — John Foggie. 
Secretaries — Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street. 

High School. — Directors — From the Town Council — Provost Moncur, 
Dean of Guild Henderson ; James Allan, D. J. M'Kinnon, William Philip, 
Robert Taylor, Alexander Speed. From the Subscribers — Rev. Colin Camp- 
bell, Sheriff Cheyne, William Robertson, Thomas W. Thorns, Robert Sturroek, 
P. G. Walker, Charles Smith. Appointed by William Harris — John Sharp, 
George Malcolm, Thomas Smith, James Adie, John Guild, John Leng, W. R. 
H. Valentine. Rector — George Ross Merry, M.A., Lincoln College, Oxford. 
Teachers — 

Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, Mr George Dott 

Arithmetic (to Boys), Algebra ; Descriptive, ) . f^.-., ^^ . 

Physical, and Mathematical Geography, )' " ^- ^^"i^er, iVL.A. 

Latin (Boys), Greek, and Classical Geography and ) . -,,r-i ivt a 

History,.. ' ...... f " ^- ^^^^^o"' ^-A. 

': Latin (for Girls), ,, P. J. Imandt 

English Grammar, Geography, &c., ■{ §?rk'^''^o "'^ } " ^•^- Charles, M.A. 

Modern Languages, { 1^!:^:::;::;::;;::;::;:::;:::::: ::?-i?^S^.dt 


Writing, Bookkeeping, Phonography, and Arith- ) -r p,, 

meticto Girls, / » Barnes Wass 

Drawing, Painting, and School of Design, ,, Wm. M. Grubb 

Chemistry and Natural Science, ,, F. W. Young 

Singiag, ,, Frank Sharp 

Plain and Fancy Needlework, ,, Miss M'Kenzie 

Calisthenics, Sergt. -Major Considine 

Gymnastics, Alexander Sturrock 

Lady Superintendent — Miss E. E. Carmichael. "Wm. S. Boath, Euclid 
Crescent, Treasurer ; A. W. Cumming, 1 Bank street. Secretary ; James 
Scott, High School buildings. Janitor. 

West-End Academy. Head Master — Mr George Clark, M.A. Teachers — 
Writing, Phonography, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, &c., Messrs G. Clark, 
M.A., David Hampton, James Stuart, M.A., Thomas Low. English, Grammar, 
Geography, Composition, &c. — Senior Classes, W. Simpson, M.A. ; Junior 
Classes, Messrs Hampton and Low. Classics — Messrs James Stuart, M.A., 
W. Simpson, M.A. ; French — Mr True and Mr Clark ; Drawing and Painting 
— Mr R. T. M. Allan ; Plain and Fancy Needlework — Miss M. Murray ; 
Vocal Music — Mr Frank Sharp. Janitress — Mrs Milne. 

Mk Irvine's Institdtion for the Education of Young Ladies, 17 Tay street. 
Branches taught — English, Writing, Arithmetic, Latin, French, German, 
Italian, Natural Science, Music, Drawing, Dancing, Calisthenics, and Sewing. 
Masters — Messrs William B. Irvine, Imper, Peterson, Sharp, Thomson, Consi- 
dine. Governesses — Misses Cruden and Brown. 

East op Scotland Institution, 31 Tay street — conducted by Misses 
Schultzen and Murray. Branches taught — English, French, Italian, German, 
Music, Singing, Drawing, Needlework, Dancing, and Gymnastics. Teachers — 
The Principals and Messrs Hunter, Durlac, Lauder, Peterson, F. Sharp, 
Roland, Mrs Haden, Mrs Kennedy, and English, French, and German resident 

Constitution House Institution, for the Board and Education of Young 
Ladies, 12 Constitution terrace. Branches taught — English, Writing, French, 
German, Drawing and Painting, Elementary Science, Music (Pianoforte and 
Vocal), Dancing, Calisthenics, and Sewing. Teachers — Miss Hodge, Miss 
Lizzie Hodge, Mrs Kennedy ; Messrs Spindler, Jobson, Sturrock, P. Lauder ; 
sdso, English, French, and German resident Governesses. 

YOUNS Ladies' College, 21 South Tay street. — Director — Mr Henry Nagel; 
Principal English and Mathematical Master, Mr E. T. Peberdy ; Master of 
Modern Languages, Dr Kust Nagel ; English Governesses, Miss Moncrieff, 
L.L.A., Miss Robertson, L.L.A., Miss W. Robertson, L.L.A., Miss A. Duff, 
Miss G. Girdwood ; Drawing and Painting, Miss Etta Johnston ; Dancing, 
Mrs Kennedy ; Gymnastics and Calisthenics, Mr Sturrock ; Music, Mr H, 
Nagel, Herr Graum, Miss Kinnison, and Miss Bell. 

Dundee Institution, Tay square. — Principals — James Brebner, M.A., and 
Miss Ross. Branches taught — English, Messrs Hunter and Wallace ; Classics, 
Mr Brebner ; Mathematics, Mr Thomson ; French and German, Mr A. Imper ; 
Drawing, Mr Laiider ; Gymnastics, Mr Sturrock ; Drill, Sergeant-Major Con- 
sidine ; Singing, Mr F. Sharp. 

Meadowside Academy, Constitution road and Mid street.- — Branches taiight 
■—All the branches of an English and Commercial Education, Latin and French 
Languages, Mathematics, Drawing, Vocal Music, and Plain and Fancy Needle- 
work. Teachers — Messrs George Powrie, Fergusson, Malcolm, Adamson, and 
Miss Mearns. 


Euclid Crescent School, Euclid crescent. — Branches taught — All the 
Branches of an English and Commercial Education, Mathematics, Drawing, 
Plain and Fancy Needlework. Teachers — Mr John Birrell and Assistants. 

Linguistic Institution, 86 Nethergate.— Director, Mr William Rodger. 
Subjects taught — Latin, Greek, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Danish, 
Swedish, &c. ; Elocution, Mathematics, Bookkeeping, English Composition, 
Shorthand, and all the Branches of a liberal Education. 

Select Private School and Boarding Establishment, Tayside House, 
162 Nethergate — conducted by Miss Buchan, L.L.A., assisted by Misses Mon- 
brieffe, L.L.A., Irwin, L.L.A., Fergusson, L.L.A., Jackson, and three Junior 
povernesses ; Messrs J. C. Spindler, A. Imper, F. Sharp, P. D. Lauder, M. 
fThomson, A. Sturrock, and Sergt. -Major Considine. Branches taught — 
|English, Latin, French, German, Italian, Arithmetic, Algebra, Mathematics, 
md Elementary Science ; Writing, Drawing, Painting, Music, Needlework, &c. 

Infant School, 39 Nelson street. — Branches taught — Reading, Writing, 
Ajithmetic, Grammar, Geography. Teacher — Miss Mann. 

Private School, 5 St Andi-ew's street. Teacher — Miss Sinclair. 

Private School, 33 Cowgate. Special Classes for Ladies of neglected 
jducation. Teacher — Mrs M'Gregor. 

Navigation School, Old Trinity House buildings, 14 Yeaman shore. 
Branches taught — Navigation, Astronomy, Mathematics. Teacher — L. Allen. 

King Street Institution, 19 King street. — Head Master, R. N, Kerr ; 
Lady Superintendent, Mrs R. N. Kerr. The course of study comprises all 
subjects which constitute a liberal English Education, with Latin, French, 
German, Drawing, Painting, Music, Needlework, and Calisthenics. Teachers 

Messrs Horton, Spindler, Christie, Imper, Lauder, Sturrock ; Mrs Paterson, 
Misses Strachan, Gibb, Anderson, and Sherriff. 

Wallacetown Parish Private School. — Branches taught — Reading, 
Writing, Arithmetic, Elementary Latin, and French, Book-keeiJing, Neddie- 
work, &c. Teachers— William Mackenzie and assistants. 

schools in connection with the established church. 
St Andrew's School, 2 William street, Forebank. — Managers — The Trus- 
tees and Kirk-Session of St Andrew's Parish Church. Branches taught — 
Elementary Branches, French, Latin, Mathematics, Drawing, Sewing, and 
Knitting. Teachers — Mr James Donaldson, Mr M'Callum, Miss Macdonald, 
and Assistants. 

RosEBANK Sessional School, 20 Rosebank street. — Managers — General 
Kirk-Session. Branches taught — Elementary, Grammar, Geograj)hy, History, 
Music, and Drawing ; also. Plain and Fancy Needlework. Teachers— Mr 
Dimcan Stewart and Mrs Duncan Stewart. 


St John's Free Church School, 40 Park wynd. — Managers — Ladies' 
Committee of Free St John's. Branches taught — All the Branches of an 
English Education. Teacher — Miss Margaret Eraser. 

Dudhope Girls' School, St Mary's place, Lochee road. — Managers — Dea- 
cons' Court of Dudhope Free Church. Branches taught — The Ordinary 
Branches of an English Education, with Plain and Fancy Needlework, Knit- 
ting, and Music. Teachers— The Misses Cunningham. 

St Paul's F.C. School, 143 Overgate. — Managers — Deacons' Court of St 
[Paul's Free Chiirch. Branches taught — Elementary, Geography, History, 

Grammar, Industrial Work, and Vocal Music. Teachers — Catherine Thorns,] 
two Assistants, and two Pupil Teachers. 


S. Paul's, Panmure Hall, Wellgate. — Managers — Eev. E. E. Lingard 
Guthrie and Eev. H. Macnamara. Branches taught — Elementary. Teachers 
— Miss Miller ; Infants, Miss Templeman. 

S. Salvador's, Church street, Clepington feus. — Manager — Very Eev. J. 
Nicolson. Branches taught — Elementary, Latin, French, German, Mathe-' 
matics, and Drawing. Teachers — Boys' Department, Mr S. Miller; Girls' 
Department, Miss Gilgour ; Infants' Department, Miss Hinsley. 

S. Martin's, Smithfield. — Manager — Very Eev. J. Nicolson. Branches 
taught — Elementary. Teachers — Miss Mary Gibb and Assistant. 

ROMAN catholic SCHOOLS. 

St Joseph's (Girls), Blackness road. — Manager — Eev. J. Holder. Branches 
taught — Elementary, Needlework, and Knitting. Teachers — Sisters of Mercy. 

St Stephen's (Boys), Larch street. — Manager — Eev. Joseph Holder. 
Branches taught — Elementary. Teachers — The Marist Brothers. 

St Andrew's (Boys), Tay street. ^Manager — Eev. E. Clapperton. Branches 
taught — Elementary, Geometry, Algebra, Bookkeeping, and French. Teachers 
— The Marist Brothers. 

St Andrew's (Girls), Overgate. — Manager — Eev. R. Clapperton. Branches 
taught — Elementary, Grammar, Geography, History, French, and Music ; 
also. Needlework and Knitting. Teachers — The Sisters of Mercy. 

St Mart's (Boys), Forebank road. — Manager — Eev. A. M'Dermott. Branches 
taught — Elementary. Teachers — The Marist Brothers. (Girls), Powrie place 
—Branches taught — Elementary, Needlework, and Knitting. Teacher — Miss 

St Mart's, Lochee. — Manager — Eev. P. Butti — Branches taught — Elemen- 
tary. Teachers — Boys, E. A. Smith ; Girls, Miss Morgan ; Infants, Miss 

DUNDEE SCHOOL BOARD.— Provost Moncur, Chairman ; Eev. Robert 
Clapperton, William Doig, Rev. John Dunlop, Duncan Macdonald, Eev. 
Andrew Inglis, Rev. D. Macrae, Rev. Joseph Holder, Rev. Dr Grant, Rev. 
John Troup, Very Rev. Dean Nicolson, Wm. Himter, Rev. Wm. Hamilton, 
Rev. A. Legge, and A. W. Smith. Thomas Thornton, 1.5 Albert square, | 
Clerk; C. J. Marquis, 32 Castle street, Treasurer; David Maclaren, 81' 
Murraygate, Architect ; John Robbie, 32 Castle street, Officer. i 

schools under the board : — 

Balfour Street Public School. — Branches taught — Ordinary branches of 
an English Education, English Literature, Mathematics, French, Domestic 
Economy, Drawing, Theory and Practice of Music, and Needlework. Teachers 
— Mr Wm. Bertie and Mrs Bertie ; Mr F. Sharp, Music Master ; five Assistants 
and five Pupil Teachers. 

Long Wtnd Public School. — Branches taught — Ordinary branches : His- 1 ' 
tory, French, Dravnng, Music, Sewing, and Knitting. Teachers — Mr Andrew 
W. Forbes, Miss Marjory S. Baird, and Assistants. 

Blackscroft Public School, Peep-o'-Day lane. — Branches taught — Read- 
ing, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography, Latin, Drawing, Music. 
Teacher — Mr Robert Locke ; three Assistants and two Pupil Teachers. 


DuDHOPE Public School, St Mary's place. — Branches taught — English, 
&c., together with Latin, French, Mathematics, Drawing, Music, Sewing, and 
'Knitting. Teachers — "VVm. Eobb and Miss M. C. Low. 

j Hawkhill Public School. — Branches taught — Elementary, English Litera- 
■ture. Mathematics, Latin, French, Theory and Practice of Music, Sewing, 
Domestic Economy, and Drawmg. Teachers — Mr George Caird and Miss 
Mathew ; ten Certificated Assistants and six Pupil Teachers. Visiting 
Master — Mr Frank Sharp. 

Brown Street Public School. — Branches taught — The ordinary branches 
of an Elementary Education. Teacher — Miss Shaw. 

Victoria Road Public School, King's road. — Branches taught — Ordinary 
branches of an English Ediication, Latin, French, Algebra, Geometry, Draw- 
ing, Music, Sewing, and Knitting. Teachers — Mr David Wilson and Miss 
Young ; four Assistants and eight Pupil Teachers. 

Hill Street Public School. — Branches taught — Ordinary branches of an 
English Education, Latin, French, Mathematics, Singing, Sewing, Knitting, 
and Drawing. Teachers — William Dickson and Miss Baird ; six Assistants 
and five Pupil Teachers. 

Glebe Lands Public School, Glebe place. — Branches taught — Elemen- 
tary, French, Latin, Drawing, Music, Sewing, Knitting. Mr John Mudie, 
Headmaster ; Miss M. Reid, Headmistress ; seven Assistants and eight Pupil 

Ancrum Road, Lochee, Public School. — Branches taught — Ordinary 
subjects, Latin, French, Higher English, Mathematics, Drawing, Bookkeeping, 
Singing. Teachers — Mr John Gibson and Miss Thomson ; Mr F. Sharp, 
Musicmaster ; two Assistants and six Pupil Teachers. 

Clepington Public School, 54 Cotton road.— Branches taught— The ordi- 
nary branches of an English Education, Knitting, and Needlework. Teachers 
— Mr W. Mudie and Mrs Jessie Da vies. 

Wallacetown Public School, Crescent street. — Branches taught — Read- 
ing, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography, History, Music, Drawing, 
Sewing, and Knitting. Infant Department — Miss Anderson ; Junior Depart- 
ment — Miss V. Taylor ; Senior Department — David Muckersie. 

Hunter Street Public School. — Branches taught — The ordinary branches 
of an English Education, with Sewing, Knitting, and Domestic Economy. 
Teacher ^Wm. L. Robertson. Music Master, Mr Frank Sharp. 

Buttebburn Public School.— Branches taught— The ordinary branches of 
an English Education, with Singing, Knitting, and Needlework. Teachers — 
Mr C. Treasurer and Assistants. 

SCOTLAND.— Office-Bearers-P. J. Imandt, Master of Languages, High 
School, President ; John Fergusson, Public School, Newport, Treasurer ; Eobt. 
Paterson, Public School, Invergowrie, Secretary. 

MORGAN HOSPITAL— Board op Governors.— A'a^-o^ci is— The Provost 
of Dundee, Sheriff Cheyne, the Minister of the Parish of Dundee, the Dean of 
Guild, the Convener of the Nine Trades, and the Deacon of the Fraternity of 
Maltmen. Elected by the Town Council of Dundee— James Perrie and Jas. 
Allan. By the Town Council of Forfar— Bailie Ferguson and Bailie Doig! 
By the Town Council of Arbroath — Provost Thornton and Bailie Keith. By 
the Town Council of Montrose — Provost Lackie and Bailie Hutcheon Bv 


the Presbytery of Dundee — Rev. D. B. Cameron, Rosebank ; and Rev. J. 
A. Honey, Inchture. By the Nine Trades of Dundee — David Anderson! 
and P. M. Young. By the Directors of the High School— T. W. Thorns I 
and P. G. "Walker. 

Clerk and Treasurer — Andrew Hendry, 32 Bank street. Auditor — J. C. 
Robertson. Physician — Dr A. James Duncan. Headmaster — William "Wilson, 
M.A. Matron — Mrs Jackson 

THE DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION, and the Association for Aiding 
the Education of the Deaf and Dumb. — Established 1846. President, The Earl 
of Airlie ; "Vice-Presidents — Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. ; Geo. Armitstead, M.P. 

Ordinary Directors — The Provost of Dundee, the Sheriff-Substitute of the 
Dundee District, the Dean of Guild, the Convener of the Nine Trades ; Revs, 
Jas. Ewing, R. Lang; Messrs Jas. Cunnmgham, W. O. Dalgleish, Thos. Smith, 
3.. M'Gavin, Jas. Shavr. John Miln, 2 Euclid street, Treasurer. Secretary, 
Robert Sturrock, 2 Euclid street. 

road. President — Thomas Kyd. "Vice-Presidents — David Kyd, Thos. Smith, 
"William Small, Alex. D. Grimond, James Logie, "Wm. Mackison. Honorary 
Secretaries — "VValker S. Melville, "William Dickson. Treasurers — James Low 
and "William Nairn. 

Directors — Joseph Shepherd, C. "W. Scrimgeour, James Combe, Alexander 
Donaldson, Charles Ferrier, William Hunter, James Fyffe, WiUiam Doig, 
R. H. Fleming, J. W. Chalmers, Adam Hunter, David Brand, AVUIiam Robb, 
David M. Hampton, Richard Summers. 

Teachers — Science Classes — Frank W. Young, Robt. Chalmers, John 
Thomson, and James Brebner. Art — George Malcolm. General Classes — 
English Grammar, Composition, and Latin — James Low. Arithmetic, Book- 
keeping, Writing — David M. Hampton. Shorthand — Thomas M. Davidson. 
French — H. Durlac. German — Rev. W. Blumenreich. Jas. Smith, Secretary. 

street. President — Lady Kinnaird. Vice-Presidents — Mrs Alex. Henderson, 
Westpark ; and Miss M. N. Jessiman, Rosebank, B. Ferry. Secretary — Miss 
Smith, Cullen villa. Meetings held onThursday, at 8 P.M. ; Saturday, 7.30 P.M. 
Fellowship Meeting on Sabbath morning, at 9.45; and Bible Class, at 5 P.M. 

Provost Moncur. Honorary Directors — Right Hon. W. E. Baxter, M.P. ; 
George Armitstead, Esq., M.P. ; Frank Henderson, Esq., M.P. ; W. O. 
Dalgleish, H. B. Fergusson, Wm. Lowson, A. J. Buist, James Logie, Rev. 1 
R. S. Warren, Rev. W. J. Cox, Sheriff Cheyne, W. Y. Blyth-Martin, Thomas ' 
Smith, Alex. Henderson, James Shaw, Bailie Hunter, Rev. R. Waterston, ; 
Rev. George Barnley, Rev. James George, Bailie Doig, William Mackison, - 
D. Buchan. Office-bearers — President, William Small; "Vice-Presidents, A. , 
Watson Smith and W. R. M'Kelvie; Secy., John J. H. Henry; Assistant-Secy., 
A. W. Stiven ; Treasurer, James Low. Directors — P. Murray, P. Hunter, J. B. 
Hyslop, John Ross, James Craig, T. M. Miller, Hugh Baxter, J. Scott Gray, 
J. P. La\vrence, Henry Scott, J. L. Cunningham, D. M. Hampton. 

mittee — Rev. H. Macnamara, Acting-Chairman; J. Brown, Thomas Kyd, 
J. Robertson, J. Kennedy, Rev. D. B. Cameron, W. Blyth-Martin, R. Small, 
"W. Kerr, W. Thomson, Walter Shepherd, T. S. Ross, Geo. Anderson ; 
Provost Moncur, Chairman, ex-officio; C. Lyell, Treasurer; J. Maclauchlan, 

DUNDEE FINE ART ASSOCIATION.— Exhibition of Works of Living 
Artists, held annually for three months, opening in October. Chairman — 


Ex-Provost Robertson ; Conveners of Sub-Committees — Frank Henderson, 
M.P., Jas. C Orchar, T. S. Robertson, John Kennedy, J. Shaw. Hon. Secy., 
J. Maclauchlan. 

DUNDEE ART UNION, Sanctioned by the Board of Trade, 1877.— Drawing 
for Prizes annually. Chairman — Ex-Provost Robertson. Committee — Rev. 
H. Macnamara, J. Robertson, F. Henderson, M.P., J. Kennedy, J. D. Cox, 
T. S. Robertson, A. B. Spence, W. Henderson, C. 0. Maxwell, C. Ower, A. C. 
Lamb, W. M. Ogilvy, J. G. Orchar, A. J. Brough. 

DUNDEE NATURALISTS' SOCIETY.— President— James Rorie, M.D. 
"Vice-Presidents— Wm. N. Walker, F.G.S., and James Durham, F.G.S. Hon. 
Treasurer — Alex. Simpson, 104 Commercial street. Hon. Secretary — Frank 
W. Young, F.R.S.E., F.C.S., High School. Councillors— David Cunningham, 
M.Inst.C.E. ; A. C. Lamb, F.S.A., Scot. ; Allan Mathewson, Cor. Mem. S.A., 
Scot. ; W. M. Ogilvie, F.B.S. ; George Lowdon, and J. Martin White. 

Albert Square. Committee — From tlie Town Council — Provost Moncur, 
Chairman ; Bailies Ogilvie and Doig ; Treasurer Ballingall ; Councillors 
Bradford, Cleghorn, Philip, Blair, Gentle, and M'CuUoch. From the House- 
holders — Ex-Bailie Robertson, Convener ; Rev. John Dtmlop, John Kennedy, 
W. Y. Blyth-Martin, James D. Cox, James G. Orchar, T. S. Robertson, Rev. 
R. S. Warren, Dr Spence, and Thomas Kyd. 

Chief Librarian and Curator, and Clerk to the Board — John Maclauchlan. 
Assistant Librarians — W. Beveridge, R. Wilson, D. Duff, and D. Scott. 

UNIVERSITY CLUB.— President— Henry Gourlay. Vice-Presidents— 
R. N. M'Cosh, M.D., and Rev. R. S. Warren. Secretary— Alex. Agnew, 11 
Reform street. Treasurer — George Anderson, North of Scotland Bank. 

Committee — Wm. B. Irvine, Henry A. PattuUo, A. M. Stalker, M.B., 
Walter Baxter, Rev. D. M. Ross. 

ROYAL EXCHANGE READING-ROOM— Royal Exchange buildings. 
Under the management of tlie Committee of the Chamber of Commerce. 
John Cowper and Robert Carnegie, Waiters. 

THE ARMITSTEAD TRUST LECTURES.— Trustees— George Armitstead, 
M.P., A. J. Buist, James Cunningham, William Lowson, C. C. Maxwell, 
Harry Walker. Secretary— A. Mackay, 104 Commercial street. 


Ward road ; Boys, Baldovan. President — Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. Vice-Presi- 
dents — Earl of Strathmore, Right Hon. W. E. Baxter, M.P., and George Armit- 
stead, Esq., M.P. 

Directors— Chas. Smith, Geo. Carmichael, Robt. M'Gavin, John Adam, G. H. 
Nicoll, Wm. Lowson, Chas. R. Baxter, Colonel Ogilvy, John Carmichael, 
John E. Robertson, Geo. Rough, Jas. Martin, Thos. Taylor, W. Y. Blyth- 
Martin, David Moodie, Thomas Smith, D. C. C. Laing, Robert B. Don. 

Ladies' Committee — Mrs Pitcairn, Miss Symers, Mrs Berry, Miss Miller, Miss 
Thow, Mrs Lowson, Mrs Ewing, Mrs Clieyne, Miss Neish, Miss Nimmo, Mrs 
W. Ogilvy Dalgleish, Mrs Mitchell, Mrs A. Henderson, Mrs T. Smith, Miss 
Cunningham, Mrs Luis, Miss Pirie, Mrs Watt, Mrs Fergusson, ]\Irs Bruce, 
Mrs Lamb, Mrs Cox, Mrs Campbell, Mrs R. Mudie, Miss Carmichael, Mrs 
Colin Campbell, Mrs Steggall, Miss G. Walker, Mrs W. Henderson. Mrs W. 
Ogilvy Dalgleish, Secretary to Ladies' Committee. 


Superintendent and Secretary — W. M. Dickson. Treasurer — David Myles. 
Physician — David Greig, M.D. Agent — James Scrymgeour, 18 Meadowside. 
Teacher — Peter Langlands. Assistant Teachers — James Turner, George 
Nicolson. Matron— Miss Thomson. Female Teacher — Miss Butter. Sewing- 
mistress — Mrs Mackie. Work-masters — Thos. Muat, Eobt. Walker, B. Ander- 
son. Janitor and Drilllnstructor — A. Scotland. Bandmaster— W. Wallace. 

BOYS' HOME, West Bell Street, in connection with the Industrial 
Schools. — Alex. M'Ewan, superintendent; Mrs M'Ewan, matron. 

DUNDEE OEPHAN INSTITUTION— 1815.— Craigie terrace, Ferry road. 
President — Sir John Ogilvy, Bart, Vice-Presidents— Thomas Bell, A. H. 
Moncur, George Rough, J. H. Luis. 

Directors — Ex officiis — The Provost, Parish Minister, Dean of Guild, 
Deacon of the Maltmen, Convener of the Nine Trades, Boxmaster of the Sea- 
men Fraternity, and Preses of the Faculty of Procurators and Solicitors. 

Ordinary Directors — Duncan Macdonald, William Gellatly, Henry Boase, 
John Adam, William Ritchie, Provost Moncur, James Cunningham, J. E. 
Robertson, Thomas Bell, jun., Alex. Henderson, Alex. Gilroy, Wm. Lowson, 
Thos. Smith, A. D. Grimond. 

Governesses — Mrs Wm. Lowson, Mrs John Sharp, Mrs Alex. Gilroy, 
DunaUstair ; Mrs Alex. Gilroy, jun., Craigie ; Mrs J. E. Robertson, Mrs A. A. 
Watt, Mrs Henry Smith, Mrs James Adie, Mrs Alex. Kinmond, llrs James 
Yeaman, Mrs A. H. Moncur, Mrs Colin Campbell, Mrs Duncan Macdonald, 
Miss Gellatly. 

Surgeon — Matthew Nimmo. Treasiuer — John Miln, 2 Euclid street. 
Secretary — D. Gordon Stewart, 10 Meadowside. Master and Matron — W. S. 
Peddie and Mrs Peddie. 

ROYAL INFIRMARY.— Office-Bearers— President, Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. ; 
Vice-Presidents, Earl of Dalhousie, Earl of Strathmore, George Armitstead, 
M.P., Alex. Easson, and George RoiTgh. 

Committee — R. G. Kennedy, Chairman ; John H. Walker, J. C. Buist, 
David Air, Angus Macintyre, Rev. R. S. Warren, David R. Malcolm, Thomas 
Maitland, John Earl Robertson, Thomas Bell, jun., John W. Shepherd, John 
W. Fleming, Rev. Richard Waterston, Victor Fraenkl, James Guthrie, jun., 
Andrew H. Foggie, William Kidd, and Robert Scott. 

The Committee is open to the President, Vice-Presidents, Governors for Life, 
and Treasurers, who are entitled by the Charter to attend. 

Honorary Consulting Physician, J. W. Miller, M.D. Honorary Consulting 
Surgeons, Wm. Crockatt, M.D., David Greig. M.D., and Alex. Campbell, M.B. 
Attending Physicians, A. J. Duncan, M.D., and Robert Sinclair, M.D. 
Attending Surgeons, David M'Ewan, M.D., and D. Steele Moon, L.R.C.S.Ed. 
Aural Physician, Robert Sinclair, M.D. Ophthalmic Surgeon, A. J. Duncan, 
M. D. Dental Surgeon, Walter CampbeU, L. D. S. Pathologist, A. M. Stalker, 
M.A., M.B. 

Medical Attendants on Out-Patients at their ovm Houses. — 1. East District — 
Duncan J. Reid, M.D., 17 King street. From the North-East and East 
Boundaries of the Burgh to Castle street, Murraygate, Wellgate, Hilltown, and 

2. Middle District— A. M. Stalker, M.A., M.B., 13 King street. From 
Boundaries now stated on the East, to Small's wynd. Hunter street, and 
Blinshall street on the West. 

3. West District— C. Templeman, M.B., 47 South Tay street. From the 
West Boundaries of the Middle District stated above, to Western and North- 
AYest limits of the town. 

4. Lochee District — James K. Lennox, Surgeon, Lochee, 


Joint-Treasurers, Eobert Sturrock and John Miln, 2 Euclid street. Secretary, 
D. Gordon Stewart, solicitor, 10 Meadowside. Medical Superintendent, K. N. 
M'Cosh, M.D. Assistants, Drs Gibb and "Wliyte. Matron, Miss Le Burn. 
Collector, James Crow, who is authorized to solicit subscriptions for the 

ROYAL LLTNATIC ASYLUM— 1812.— Extraordinary Directors— i^sc officiis 
— The Right Hon. the Earl of Strathmore, Lord Lieutenant of the County ; 
J. W. Barclay, M.P. for the County; John Trayner, Advocate, Sheriff of the 
County; Geo. Armitstead, M.P. ; F. Henderson, M.P. ; the Moderator of the 
Synod of Angus and Mearns. Directors for Life — The Right Hon. the Earl of 
Strathmore ; Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. ; the Right Hon. the Earl of Dalhousie ; 
William Robertson of Balmore ; the Right Hon. the Earl of Camperdown. 

Ordinary Dkectors — Ex officiis — Provost Moncur, Bailie Philip, and Dean of 
Guild Henderson. For the Nine Trades — John Scrymgeour, J. E. Mann, and 
Richard A. Pearce. For the Guildry — Charles Smith, Charles Scott, the Rev. 
John Mackay, Hugh Ballingall. For the Seamen Fraternity — John Moir 
Cochrane. For the Mason Lodges — Wm. Johnston, 61 Reform street. For the 
Three Trades — D. G. Bruce. For the Kirk-Session — Rev. Dr Grant and Robert 
Keith. For the Presbytery — Revs. Dr Honey, Inchture, and Wm. Elder, 
Tealing. For the County — Colonel Ogilvy ; G. D. Clayhills Henderson of 
Invergowi'ie ; J. E. Erskine of Linlathen ; and Robert M'Gavin of Balumbie. 
For the Governors of the Royal Infirmary — Very Rev. Dean Nicolson, J. W. 
MiUer, M.D., John Robertson, John Earl Robertson, James Mitchell, John B. 
Macleod, M.B., Henry Robertson. Su* John Ogilvy, Chairman of Directors. 

Committee of Management — Sir John Ogilvy, Chairman ; William Robert- 
son, John Robertson, G. D. Clayhills Henderson, H. Ballingall, and R. Keith. 

Officers— Resident Physician — James Rorie, M.D. Medical Assistant — 
John Baker, M.B. Matron — MissBayne. Treasurers — Nicholson & Marquis, 
32 Castle street. Chaplain — Rev. Alexander F. Reid. Secretary — Robert C. 
Walker, 12 Euclid street. 

CONVALESCENT HOUSE, Dundee, 14 William street.— For the benefit 
of persons who have been discharged from the Infirmary, and others recover- 
ing from sickness. Such persons are taken into the Convalescent House for 
a month. 

Patronesses — The Right Hon. the Countess of Southesk, The Right Hon. 
the Countess of Airlie, The Right Hon. the Countess of Glasgow, The Right 
Hon. Frances Lady Kinnaird. Trustees — Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. ; Right 
Rev. the Bishop of Brechin ; David Small, Esq. 

Resident Lady Superintendent — Miss A. F. Marshall. Hon. Medical Superin- 
tendent — Dr M'Leod. Hon. Secretary — Miss Sturrock, 2 Woodford Villas, 
Broughty Ferry. Hon. Treasurer — Thos. Willock, Bank of Scotland, Dundee. 

THE DUNDEE CONVALESCENT HOME, Baenhill, Broughty Ferry.— 
This Institution was founded in 1876 by the late Sir David Baxter, Baronet of 
Kilmaron, who defrayed the cost of erection and furnishing, and provided, 
along with his friends, an endowment of £20,000 for the annual maintenance 
thereof, to which has been added the sum of £5,000 given by Miss Baxter of 
Balgavies, and £1,200 from others. The building is capable of accommodating 
50 patients. The Management is in the hands of the Directors of the Dundee 
Royal Infirmary. Walter Shepherd, Chairman. Medical Officer — Wm. Sang, 
M.D., Bro. Ferry. Mrs Kydd, Matron. D. Gordon Stewart, 10 Meadow- 
side, Secretary ; Robert Sturrock and John Miln, Savings Bank, Treasurers. 
Forms of admission can be obtained from the medical men in Dundee. 

BALDOVAN ASYLUM, near Dundee— Established for the Treatment of 
Imbecile and Idiot Children, Under the Patronage of Her Most Gracious 
Majesty the Queen. 


Patrons— The Earl of Strathmore, the Earl of Southesk, K.T., the Earl 
of Dalhousie, K.T., the Earl of Cami^erdo-vvn. 

Honorary Directors — ''Eev. E. E. Lingard-Guthrie, *Eev. H. Macnamara, 
*Wm. Y. Blyth-Martin, ColonelJ. E. Erskine of Linlathen,Wm. Neish of Clep- 
ington and Tannadice, Eobert M'Gavin of Balumbie, David Small, _Alex. 
Anderson of Longhangh, John Mitchell of Arngask, John Sharp of Balmuir, 
John Cowan of Beeslack, Edinburgh, G. D. Clayhills Henderson of Invergowrie. 

Trustees, who are also Directors ex offiicio — ^'Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. , ""Colonel 
E. H. A. Ogilvy, *The Eight Eev. the Bishop of Brechin, ^the Eev. Colin 
Campbell, the Eev. Alex. Stewart, *the Eev. Eobert Lorimer, *the Very Eev. 
the Dean of Brechin, and *Dr Greig. (Those marked * form the Visiting 
Committee. ) 

Physician — Dr Greig. Secretaries and Treasurers — Nicholson & Marqrus. 
Superintendent — William Douglas. Matron — Elizabeth Douglas. Governess 
— Jeannie E. Eeid. 

THE HOME. — An Institution for the Eeformation of Females, 23 Baton's 
lane. Established 1848. Under the Patronage of Her late Eoyal Highness 
the Duchess of Kent. 

Patronesses — Eight Hon. Frances Lady Kinnaird, Mrs Harry Warren Scott 
of Balgay and Logie. 

Patrons — The Earl of Strathmore, Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. 

Committee of Management — Eight Hon. Frances Lady Klinnaird, Miss 
Ogilvy of Baldovan, Mrs Walter Shepherd, Mrs J. H. Luis, Mrs Eobert Lamb, 
Miss Symers, and Miss Sidey. 

Treasurer and Secretary to the Ladies' Committee — Miss Sidey, Newport ; 
General Treasurers — Nicholson & Marquis, 32 Castle st.; Physician — Dr Greig; 
SuiJerintendent — Mrs Swanston ; Assistant Superintendent — Miss Mackenzie. 

" MAES " TEAINING SHIP INSTITUTION, in the Eiver Tay, for Home- 
less and Destitute Boys. Patrons — The Earl of Dalhousie ; Earl of Cami^er- 
down ; Earl of Strathmore ; Sir Eobt. Anstruther ; Sir John Ogilvy ; George 
Armitstead, M.P. ; Eight Hon. W. E. Baxter, M.P. ; C. S. Parker, M.P. ; S. 
Williamson, M.P., and Thomas Gray, Board of Trade. President — Admiral 
Maitland Dougall. 

Trustees — Thomas Bell, W. O. Dalgleish, Tlios. Smith, and Harry Walker. 
Chairman of Committees — Harry Walker. 

General Committee — The Sheriff s-Substitute at Cupar-Fife, Dundee, Forfar, 
Perth ; Provosts of Arbroath, Brechin, Cupar-Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Montrose, 
Perth, St Andrews ; Alex. Anderson, Thos. Bell, Alex. J. Bviist, AVilliam Cox, 
Jas. Cunningham, W. O. Dalgleish, H. B. Fergusson, G. Gourlay, Joseph 
Grimond, John Leng, Wm. Lowson, Geo. Eough, Frank S. Sandeman, John 
Sharp, Thomas Smith, P. AVatson, Harry Walker, W. S. Croudace, David 
Bruce, George Halley ; David Harris, Edinburgh ; A. B. Fleming, Edinbvu-gh ; 
Lord Provost of Aberdeen ; Major Eoss, Aberdeen. 

Executive Committee — Thomas Bell, Wm. O. Dalgleish, Provost Moncur, 
Harry Walker, Thomas Smith, Wm. Eobertson, W. Y. Blyth-Martin, W. S. 
Croudace, George Halley, and David Bruce. 

Captain-Superintendent of the " Mars" — Captain C. C. Scott, E.N. Surgeon 
— Dr Stewart, Ne^vport. Secretary and Treasurer— George Jack ; Office, 
Sailors' Home buildings, Dundee. 

SEAMEN'S FEIEND SOCIETY.— Chapel and Library— Sailors' Home 
buildings. Committee of Management — Wm. Ogilvy Dalgleish (Chairman), 
W. Y. Blyth-Martin, A. J. Buist, Provost Moncur, P. A. Feathers, John 
Machan, Wm. Gellatly, W. S. Croudace, David Bruce, and Charles Duncan. 
Chaplain — Jas. N. Tait. Treasurer — Joseph Gibson. Secretary — Geo. Jack. 

PEISON AID SOCIETY— President, Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. Vice- 
Presidents — Admiral Maitland Dougall, Sheriff Robertson. Directors — Eev. 
Dr Grant, Eev. Wm. Home, M.A., Col. Ogilvy, A. D. Grimond, Provost 
Moncur, Col. Walker, Alex. J. Buist, Thomas Thornton, Andrew Coates. 
Treasurer — Robert M'Gavin. Secretary — William Lovs^son. Agent and 
Assistant Secretary — Jas. Scrymgeour, 18 Meadowside. 

EYE INSTITUTION, 84 Murraygate.— Patron— The Earl of Dalhousie. 

Extraordinary Directors — The Members of Parliament for the Burgh of 
Dundee, the Provost, and the Senior Bailie. Ordinary Directors — Robert 
M'Gavin, Rev. James Ewing, James Cunningham, W. G. Don, John Sharp. 
Treasm-er — John Miln, Savings Bank. Secretary — Robert Stui-rock. Sur- 
geons — Peter Steven, surgeon, and A. J. Duncan, M.D. 

Established in 1865, by the late Francis Molison, of Errol, and Mrs Molison. 
President — W. O. Dalgleish, of Mayfield. Vice-Presidents — George H. 
NicoU, and Thos. Smith. Directors^ Wm. Hay, Alex. Mathewson, J. G. 
Orchar, W. Y. Blyth-Martin, Alex. Johnston, Thos. Murdoch, Wm. Hood, 
John E. Robertson, Wm. Thomson, Rev. Colin Campbell, R. G. Kennedy, 
and Thos. Bell, jun. Treasurer — R. B. Ritchie, 6 Panmure street. Hony. 
Secretary — Jas. Hunter, jun., 69 Reform street. Manager — Colin Macdonald. 

Ogilvy, Geo. Armitstead, M.P., F. Henderson, M.P. President — James Cox. 
Directors — Provost Moncur, Alex. D. Grimond, Dean of Guild Henderson, 
Joseph J. Barrie, Robert M'Gavin, Geo. Carmichael, Joseph Lindsay, Alex. 
Gourlay, G. H. NicoU, Thos. Thornton, Jas. Cunningham. Secretary and 
Treasurer — David Hunter. Mission Superintendent — John Gait, 18 Speed's 
terrace, to whom subscriptions, donations, &c., may be paid. 

CLOTHING SOCIETY.— Miss J. Millar, Springfield, President ; Miss 
Shaw, Miln's buildings. Treasurer ; Miss Neish, 13 Roseangie, Secretary. 

FEMALE SOCIETY, for Visiting and Relieving Aged Females in Distressed 
Circumstances. — Miss Miller, Springfield, President ; Miss Symers, Treasurer ; 
Miss C. Thow and Miss Agnes Shaw, Secretaries. 

INDIGENT SICK SOCIETY.— Provost Moncui-, President ; George Rough, 
Esq., Vice-President ; John Adam, Treasurer ; D. Gordon Stewart, Secretary. 
William AVestwater, Collector. 

Directors. — Francis Stevenson, John Adam, Alex. Henderson, A. D. 
Grimond, Alex. Easson, Alex. Mathewson, Thomas Smith. 

DUNDEE DAY NLTISERY, Corner of Larch street, Scouringburn.— 
President — The Countess of Breadalbane; Vice-President — Miss Ogilvy, 
Baldovan. Hon. Treasurer — Mrs Weinberg, Fernbrae. Hon. Secretary — 
Mrs R. Small, 48 Magdalen Yard road. Hon. Physician — Dr D. Beattie 
Bain. Committee — Mrs and Miss Adie, Thornbank ; Miss Boase, 3 Clarendon 
terrace ; Mrs Colin Campbell ; Mrs John Don, Broughty Ferry ; Mrs Gikoy, 
Craigie ; Mrs Friedlander, Grosvenor terrace ; Mrs Greig, Tay street ; Miss 
Gourlay, Balgay house ; Mrs and Miss Henderson, Westjiark ; Mrs M'Leod, 
136 Nethergate ; Mrs Polack, 8 Clarendon terrace ; Mrs and Miss Alice 
Ritchie, Elmslea ; Mrs. P. G. Walker, 2 Airlie place. Matron— Mrs Robbie. 

BAXTER PARK.— Trustees— The Lord-Lieutenant for the County of 
Forfar ; the Member of Parliament for the County of Forfar ; the Members 
of Parliament for Dundee ; the Sheriff of Forfarshire ; the Sheriff-Substitute, 
Dundee District ; the Provost, Bailies, and Dean of Guild ; the Convener of 
the Nine Trades ; the Convener of the Three United Trades ; the Boxmaster 

of the Seaman Fraternity ; the Parish Minister ; the Senior Minister of the 
Free Church in Dundee ; the Senior Minister of the U.P. Church in Dundee ; 
the President, Vice-President, and Ex-President of the Dundee Chamber 
of Commerce ; William Ogilvy Da,lgleish, of Mayfield, appointed by Miss 
Baxter ; Messrs John O. Aitchison, tinsmith, and 

, as Representatives of the Working Classes. Secretary 
and Treasurer — William James Small, 5 Bank street. 

Lochee road. Under the management of a Committee of Ladies : — Mrs 
Henderson, Westfiark, President ; Mrs Inglis, Ealgay terrace, Lochee, Secre- 
tary ; Mrs Buist, Reres Mount, Broughty Ferry, Local Treasurer ; J. Scott 
Gray, 100 Commercial street, Hon. General Treasurer. Miss M'Donald, 
3Iatron. Laundry and Sewing work done, regarding which application may 
be made to the Matron. 

Honorary President — The Earl of Strathmore. President — Provost Moncur. 
Vice-Presidents — Sir John Ogilvy, William Lowson, Thomas Smith, I. Julius 
Weinberg. Committee — Rev. William Home ; John Adam, Henry Robert- 
son, Samuel Boase, W. L. Boase, Wm. Wright, Alfred AY. Pearce, Alex. 
Hutcheson, Henry Boase, W. Y. Blyth-Martin, James Stevenson, James 
Scrymgeour. Joint Treasurers — P. M. Cochrane, John A. Thoms. Secretary 
— Thomas Buist, 16 Castle street. Inspector — Alex. Duff, 3 Rustic place, 

CURR NIGHT REFUGE, West Bell street.— President— Provost Moncur, 
Vice-Presidents — David Carmichael and Alex. D. Grimond. Directors — 
Bailies Doig and Hunter ; Joseph Shepherd, Henry Robertson, J. W. Shepherd, 
James Logie, Dean of Guild Henderson, Geo. Armitstead, M.P., Frank 
Henderson, M.P., D. Macdonald, Thomas Smith, David Mathew, Geo. Rough. 
Treasurer, Charles C. Maxwell ; Secretary, James Combe, 4 Airlie terrace ; 
Superintendent, Thomas Phinn. 

AND DUMB, Dudhope Bank.— Established in 1846.— The Institution is the 
property of the Association for Aiding the Education of the Deaf and Dumb. 

The Directors of the above Association and the Trustees of the late Mr Jas. 
Key pay the fees for the education, board, and Clothing of children of 
indigent parents from the interest of invested funds. 

The Institution is open to visitors every week-day except Wednesday and 
Saturday, from 10 to 1 and from 3 to 5 o'clock. 

The meetings of the adult deaf and dumb living in town and neighbourhood 
are held in the Institution on the Lord's Day at 2.30, for the exposition of 
Scripture and the worship of God ; and at 6.30 for illustrated Bible readings 
in the finger and sign language. 

Governor, Teacher, and Missionary — James Barland. Lady Superintendent 
— Miss Montgomery. 

LAND above 50 Years of Age and Unmarried. — Local Trustees — Revs. Jas. 
Ewing, Dr Grant, Robt. Lang, Robt. Laurie, R. Waterson, Jas. Nicholson, 
and Thos. B. Dodds. Number of Assistants in 1882 — 560, of whom 15 reside 
in Dundee. The Annuities granted in 1882 amounted to £6151. Joint 
Treasurers in Dundee — Rev. Robt. Lang and John W. Shepherd. Secretary— 
J. T. Maclaggan, 6 North St David street, Edinburgh. 

HOSPITAL.— Founded 1874.— The Hospital is open for the reception of 

incurable patients from all parts of the country. Has accommodation for 46 
patients, including 4 private rooms. Local Treasurer in Dundee — James 
Low, Aberdeen Town and County Bank, Limited. Secretary and Treasurer — 
J. T. Slaclagan, 6 North St David street, Edinburgh. 

Bailie William Roger's — 1658. — Ten boys receive each one suit of clothes 
and £4 yearly, and education at a Public School, also £3, 6s. 8d. as an appren- 
tice fee, one half paid at the commencement, the remainder on completion, of 
his apprenticeship. Capital £1,400, and a suiseriority, value £18, 2s. per 
annum. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Miss Euphan Graham's — 1766. — Two female bursars receive £2 per annum, 
and education at a Public School. Capital £200. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Mrs Margaret Hughes' — 1825. — One poor girl (names of Kirkcaldy and 
Patullo preferred), receives £2 per annum, and education at a Public School, 
from the age of six to twelve years. Capital £130. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Mrs Euphjvn Mann or Roger; or the Poor Widow's Fund— 1663.— 
Twenty-eight poor widows, above sixty years of age, receive 6s. per month. 
Capital, £2,300, and a superiority, value £10 per annum. Patrons, the Kirk- 
Session. Factor, John Sliln, Savings Bank. 

Charles Anderson's, or Old Man's Fund — 1820. — Twelve old men, 
above 60 years, receive 6s. monthly ; and half the free revenue paid annually 
to the Indigent Sick Society. Capital, £2,269, 6s, 9d. Patrons, the Kirk- 
Session. Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Gilbert Guthrie's — 1674. — Forty-two poor boys receive £2, 6s. 8d. anmi- 
ally, with education at a Public School, and fifteen receive education only. 
An apprentice fee of £3, 6s. 8d. paid to those who learn trades. Capital, 
£1,400, and feu-duties amounting to £104, 6s. 9d. Patrons, the Magistrates 
and Kirk-Session. Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Thomas Smith Thomson's Fund for Old Men — 1862. — Six old men 
above 60 years, receive 6s. monthly. Capital £450. Patrons, the Kirk- 
Session. Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Dr John Brown's — 1768. — Twenty-five boys or girls receive each £5 per 
annum, and education at a Public School ; also £8 as an apjirentice fee, one 
half paid at the commencement, and the remainder on completing the ap- 
prenticeshiii. Capital £4,400. Patrons, the Magistrates and Kirk-Session. 
Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Captain John Ramsay's — 1774.— Three boys, named Ramsay, the sons of 
seamen or brewers, receive £4 yearly, and education at a Public School. £4 
to be paid for preaching of a sermon on the wonders of Divine Providence. 
Capital £550. Patrons, the Magistrates, the Dean of Guild, Town Treasurer, 
and Clerk, and the Ministers of St Mary's, the Murraygate, and Overgate 
Districts, and five Capital Members of the Kirk-Session. Factor, John Miln, 
Savings Bank. 

Alexander Whtte's — 1799. — Twenty-eight boys or girls (seamen's child- 
ren preferred), receive £4 annually, and education at a Public School for five 
years. Boys that learn a trade may receive an apprentice fee of £8. Also 
£10 per annum "for encouragement of Sunday Schools in Dundee, and for 
defraying the expenses thereof." Capital £3,600. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

The William Harris Institution.— William Harris, Esq., in 1874 created 
a Trust for the assistance of persons (male or female), who from a better condi- 
tion in life have been reduced to necessitous circumstances (i^ersons who have 
filled menial occuipations are excluded). The annual income of this fund is 
about £500. Forty-four pensioners on the roll receive from £10 to £20 per 

annum. Trustees — The Parish Minister of Dundee ; one elected annually by 
the Town Council ; one elected annually by the Dundee Chamber of Commerce, 
and Messrs William Lowson, Thomas Smith, John Sharp, John Guild, 
James Adie, AYilliam Roderick Harris Valentine, William Robertson, and 
Sheriff Cheyne. Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Ogilvie's Hospital and Mortification foe Juveniles — 1808. — The 
present amoimt of the funds is about £12,000, besides the heritable property. 
By tlie will of the Mortifier, the trust is not to come into operation until one 
hundred years after his death, which took place on the 19th April 1825. 
Patrons, the Kirk Session. Factor, John Miln, Savings Bank. 

Ferguson (Dundee) Mortification, Created 1695 — New Scheme op 
Management Approved by Court of Session in 1878. — The income of about 
£4,500 is applied to the maintainence and education of boys. The bursaries 
are open to competition, and are tenable for three years at the High School, 
Dundee, and for three years at the University of St Andrews. The number 
of boys to receive benefit under the Mortification may be any number not ex- 
ceeding six, nor less than two. Patrons — James Webster, Aberdovey, the 
Provost of Dundee {ex officio), Rev. Professor Kjiight, St Andrews, Sheriff 
Cheyne, Princii^al Shairp, St Andrews, and W. O. Dalgleish. Factor, William 
Kerr, Solicitor. 

James Webster's— 1789.— The interest of about £7,500 is applied for the 
education of twenty-one boys at the High School, and twenty-seven boys and 
twenty-seven girls at Mr Powrie's School. Factor, William Kerr, Solicitor. 

George Brown's — 1695. — The annual income is derived from a ground 
annual of £80 secured over property in the Overgate. The free income of this 
Mortification is divided — one half is devoted to the maintenance of aged poor 
people — and the other to the education and maintenance of poor children. 
Each aged person receives £4 per annum so long as he or she hold their appoint- 
ment, and each cliild also receives £4 per annum, and holds the bursary for 
four years. Patrons, the Provost, Bailies, Ministers, and Kirk Treasurer. 
Factor, AVilliam Kerr, Solicitor. 

William Steven or Stephen's — 1720. — The interest of nearly £2,200 is 
amiually applied to the education and maintenance of eight boys of the name 
of Steven or Garden, or sons of decayed merchants. Patrons, the Provost, the 
Mmister of St Paul's Established Church, Dundee, and the Lairds of Blackness 
and Dunnichen. Factor, William Kerr, Solicitor. 

Stmers' Fund for Indigent Females — 1878. — The interest of £7,000 
anually applied for the benefit of infirm and indigent females of respectable 
character, resident in the town and parish of Dundee, includmg therein the 
village of Lochee and the town of Broiighty Ferry. Patrons, the Provost, the 
Sheriff-Substitute of Forfarshire resident in Dundee, the Dean of Guild, and 
the First and Second Bailies of Dundee. Factor, AVilliam Kerr, Solicitor. 

George Bruce's — 1738. — To mamtain the Mortifier's Library, and to educate 
a boy named Bruce, Gray, or Duncan, or the son of any indigent burgess of the 
burgh of Dundee, for six years at the Grammar School. The Patrons resolved 
some years ago to assume an additional bursar. The Stock is about £400 
sterling. Patrons, the Provost, Dean of Guild, Ministers, and Senior Master 
of the Grammar School. Factor, Robert C. Walker, Solicitor. 

Mrs Margaret Peteie or Morton's — 1827. — The interest of the bulk of 
her fortune is destined for the maintenance of aged and indigent persons be- 
longing to the town and parish of Dundee, those of the name of Petrie and 
Wighton having a preference, who each receives £4 and uj)wards per annum. 
There are upwards of 100 pensioners on the roll. Patrons, James Powrie, 
Thomas Bell, William Lowson, Charles Philip, Rev. Colin Campbell, Henry 
Gourlay, William Lowson, jun., and Thomas Bell, jun. Factor, Robert 
C. WaBier, Solicitor. 


James Constable's — 1821. — The interest of about £2,900 is annually ap- 
plied for the education of as many boys as it will maintain at £8 each. Pat- 
rons, the Provost, Dean of Guild, and Parisli Minister. Factor, Robert C. 
Walker, Solicitor. 

William Henderson's — 1742.— The interest of £470 is applied to the edu- 
cation of about thirty poor boys and girls at a Sessional School. Patrons, the 
Provost, Bailies, Town Clerk, and Ministers. Factor, E. C. Walker, 

James Pullak's — 1804. — The sum of £3,000 affords annually £10 to the 
Infirmary, £5 to the poor of the Nine Trades, and £5 to the poor of the 
iParish, the remainder of the annual rent being for the maintenance and edu- 
cation of ten i5oor boys, and the support of ten old men and women not under 
jiJO years of age ; those who can trace their i^edigree from James Pullar, the 
jMortifier, preferred ^'rsi; second, persons of the name of Pullar; and third, 
'strangers. Patrons, the Minister of the Overgate district, twenty members of 
Ku-k-Session, Convener and Deacons of the Nine Trades, and their immediate 
predecessors in office. Factor, Robert C. Walker, Solicitor. 
, Webster, Speid, Watt, and Johnston's — 1840. — The interest of £5,000 — 
now increased to £6,000 — aj)plied in annuities to blind men and women, and in 
educating blind boys and girls ; failing whom to boys and girls having their 
sight, but always limited to the names of "Webster, Speid, Watt, and John- 
ston," Patrons, the Provost, Sheriff Siibstitute, Parish Minister, Dean of 
Gruild, Convener of Nine Trades. By a supplementary Fund given by the late 
James Guthrie Davidson, Esq., amounting originally to £5,000, and increased 
by his deed of settlement to £6,000, the benefits of this charity are extended 
to blind men, women, and children, of other names than the above of whom 
the Trustees may approve. Factor, Robert C. Walker, Solicitor. 
j John Lawson's — 1728.— The interest of 2,000 merks Scots, now increased 
(to £187 sterling, is applied to the maintenance of one bursar, without 
restriction as to name, at St Andrews. Patrons, the Town Council. Factor, 
the United College of St Andrews or their Factor. 
Dr William Guild's — 1656. — The interest of a sum equal to £350 is applied 

o the maintenance of a bursar at the United College, St Andrews. Patrons, 

he Town Coimcil. Factor, the Town Chamberlain. 
George Webster's — 1839.— The interest of £105 is applied towards the edu- 

eation of children at Sessional Schools. Patrons, the Provost and BaDies. 

factor, the Town Chamberlam. 
Miss Elizabeth Hallyburton's — 1826. — The interest of £1,262 is annually 

iivided amongst three, four, or five maiden ladies. Patrons, the Town Council. 

Factor, the Town Chamberlain. 
Mrs Gibson's — The interest of £114 applied for the preaching of a sermon 

early against Cruelty to Animals. Patrons, the Provost, Dean of Guild, 

Parish Minister, and first Master of the Academy. Factor, Town Chamberlain. 
James Clark's — 1744. — The interest of £914 is applied for maintaining and 

ducating four boys. The Town Council presents a list of double the number 

)f vacancies to Sir George Clerk of Pennycuik, who from it elects the bursars. 

^actor, the Town Chamberlain. 
Edward Bursary FuND.^The interest of £150 is applied for the education 

f one or more bursars at the Classical and Mathematical Departments of the 

fligh School. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, A. W. 

humming. Solicitor, 1 Bank street. 
Alexander Edward's Educational Bequest. — The interest of £1,000 is 

ipplied for the education of bursars at the High School. Children of employees 

it Messrs A. & D. Edward & Company's Works have a preference. Patrons, 

ihe Directors of the High School. Secretary, A. W. Cummuig, Solicitor, 1 

3ank street. 


Anderson Scholaeship Fund. — The interest of £1,000 is applied for the: 
endowment of two Scholarships at the University of St Andrews, for High 
School pupils. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary A. W. 
Cumming, Solicitor, 1 Bank street. 

The Misses Baxter of Balgavies Scholarship Fund. — The sum of 
£2,500 was mortified for the endowment of two Scholarships of £40 each ; and 
the accumulations of income were in 1877 consolidated for the foundation and 
endowment of an additional Scholarship of the value of £20, at the University 
of Edinburgh, in connection with tlie High School, for the encouragement of 
studies in Mechanics and Engineering. Patrons, the Directors of the High 
■School. Secretary, A. W. Cumming, Solicitor, 1 Bank street. 

Miss Janet Henderson's — 1848.— The Stock is £2,200. Seventeen old 
•or indigent women each receive an annual allowance of £5 from the revenue. 
Menial servants are strictly prohibited, by the Mortifier's will, from sharinj 
in the benefits of the trust. Patrons — Rev. James Ewing, John Henderson, 
John Henderson, jun. , Professor J. A. Ewing, Rev Colin Campbell, and John 
W. Shepherd. Factor, Andrew Hendry, Solicitor, 32 Bank street. 

George Marshall's Bequest. — The interest of £500 is divided half-yearly 
among five old seamen who have served in the Royal Navy. Patrons, the 
Master and Committee of the Trinity House, Dundee. Factor, James Hunter 
jr., Solicitor, 69 Reform street, Secretary to the Incorporation. 

Lord Panmure's — 1840. — The interest of £1,000, given to the Town by the 
late Lord Panmure, is paid annually to the Royal Infirmary. 

John Grieve's — 1806. — The sum of £393, Is. 3d. , mortified for the mainten 
fince of an indigent lunatic in the Dundee Asylum. Patrons, the Kirk-Session 
Factors, Treasurers of the Dundee Asylum. 


Albion Hotel, - - - - 15 Tally street, - David Rodney 
Crown Hotel, . . . . l Shore terrace, - Mrs E. Steel 
Eagle Inn, ----- 108 Murraygate, - John Stewart 
Imperial Temperance Hotel, - 55 Commercial street,Charles Macmaster 
Lamb's Temperance Hotel, - 60 Reform street, - Lamb & Co. 

Mathers' Temperance Hotel, - 7 Crichton street, - Alex. C. Mathers 
Queen's Hotel, - - - - 160 Nethergate, - "William Smith 
Royal Hotel, - - - - 54 Nethergate, - James T. Russell 
Royal British Hotel, - - - 4 Castle street, - J. Rickard 
Tough's Temperance Hotel, - 78 Murraygate, 
Waverley Temperance Hotel, - 7 South Union st. Mrs Ellen Angus. 

and 31 Bank street. Robert Anderson, Collector of Inland Revenue and Dis 
tributor of Stamps ; Thomas G. Dobson and John H. Clarke, Chief Clerks 
Alfred J. Sims and James Campbell, Clerks. OflSce — 31 Bank st. Hours—] 
from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. ; and on Saturdays, 9 a.m. till 12 noon. 

David Thom, Supervisor ; John Cowie, Thomas J. AVelburn, "William Y, 
Shafto, Andrew Milne, John "Westacott, and D. L. Pearston, Officers, 
Office — 29 Bank street. 

Robert S. Forbes and Robert S. Smith, Surveyors of Taxes ; and James M.I 
Spankie, Assessor of Income Tax ; Office — 29 Bank street. William Jame^ i 
Small, 5 Bank street, Clerk to Income Tax Commissioners. ! 

various stamp duties. 
Agreement, or any Memorandum of an Agreement, . . 6rl, 


Exemptions — Where the matter is not of the value of £5 ; Agreement for 
the hire of any labourer, artificer, manufacturer, or menial servant ; re- 
lating to the sale of any goods, wares, or merchandise ; between the 
master and mariners of any ship for wages on any voyage from port to 
port in the United Kingdom. 
Instrument of Apprenticeship, where no premium or consideration, 2s 6d. 
In any other case — for every £5, and also for any fractional part of £5, of the 
amount or value of the premium or consideration, ... ... 5s. 

BiiiL OF Exchange of any kind whatsoever (except a hank note) and Promissory 
Note of any kind whatsoever (except a hank note) — drawn, or expressed to be 
payable, or actually paid, or endorsed, or in any way negotiated in the 
United Kingdom, where the amount or value of the money for which the 
bill or note is drawn or made 

Exceed £50, and not exceed £75,... 9d. 

75, „ „ 100,. ..Is. 

„ 100, for every £100, and 

for any fractional part of £100, ... Is. 

Conveyance or Transfer on Sale of any property (except stock or debenture 

stock m' funded debt), where the amount or value of the consideration for 

Does not exceed £5, 


Exceed £5, and not exceed 



■ » 10, „ 



» 25, „ 



the sale does not exceed £5, 

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„ 10, 

15, . 

„ 15, 


„ 20, 

2.5, . 

„ 25, 


„ 50, 

75, . 

„ 75, 

„ 100, 

„ 100, 

„ 125, 

Exceed £125, not ex. £150, 

.. 17s 6d. 
£1 2s 6d. 
.. £1 5s. 
£1 7s 6d. 
.. £1 10s. 


Is 6d. „ 150, „ 175, 

2s. „ 175, „ 200, 

2s 6d. „ 200, ,, 225, 

.5s. „ 225, „ 250, 

7s 6d. „ 250, „ 275, 

10s. „ 275, „ 300, 

12s 6d. „ 300, for every £50, and 

any fractional part of £50, of such am oimt or value, ... ... 5s. 

Lease or Tack — (1.) For any definite term less than a year : — 

(a.) Of any dwellmg-house or tenement, or part thereof, at a rent not ex- 
ceeding the rate of £10 per annum, ... ... ... ... Id. 

(6. ) Of any furnished dwelling-house or apartments where the rent for such 
term exceeds £25, ... ... ... ... ... 2s 6d. 

(c.) Of any lands or heritable subjects except or otherwise than as afore- 
said, the same duty as a lease for a year at the rent reserved for the 
definite term. 
(2. ) For any other definite term or for any indefinite term, of any lands or 
heritable subjects, where the consideration or any part thereof consists of 
any money, stock, or security, in respect of such consideration, the same 
duty as a conveyance on a sale for the same consideration. 
Where the consideration or any part thereof is yearly or otherwise. 
Term not ex- Above 35 but 
ceeding 35 years not above 

or indefinite. 
£0 6 

Kent not exceeding £5, 
Above £5, and not above £10, . . . 
10, „ „ 15, ... 

15, „ „ 20, ... 

20, „ „ 25, ... 

25, „ „ 50, ... 

50, „ „ 75, ... 

75, „ „ 100, ... 

Where the same shall exceed 
£100, thenf or every £50, and 
for any fractional part of £50, 


100 years. 
£0 3 





1 10 

2 5 



100 years. 

£0 6 



1 4 
1 10 


4 10 


1 10 



(3.) Of any other kind whatsoever not hereinbefore described, ... 10s 

Duties on Legacies, &c. Duty per cent 

To children or their descendants, or lineal ancestors of the deceased, £1 
Brother or sister, or descendants, ... ... ... ... 30 

Uncle or aunt, or descendants, ... ... ... ... 5 

Granduncle or aunt, or descendants, ... ... ... 6 

All other relations or strangers, ... ... ... ... 10 

The husband or wife of the deceased not chargeable with duty. 

Receipt given for, or uj^on payment of, money — £2 or upwards, ... Id 

Voting Paper. Any instrument for the purpose of voting by any person 
entitled to vote at any meeting, ... ... ... ... Id 

more, the Earl of DaUiousie, the Earl of AVharncUffe, the Earl of Airlie, Lord 
Kinnaird ; W. E. Baxter, M.P. ; the Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of 
Dundee ; Dean of Guild Henderson, Joseph Grimond, James F. Wliite, James 
E. Erskine ; George Armitstead, M.P. ; Frank Henderson, M.P. ; J. M. 
Drummond, Megginch ; James Yeaman, James F. Low, William Lowson. 

Office-Bearers — Hon. President, the Earl of Camperdown ; President, 
Provost Moncur ; Vice-Presidents, Duncan Macdonald, James F. Low, Alex. 
Henderson ; Manager of Exhibition, Andrew Pattison ; Treasurer, J. Scottj 
Gray, 100 Commercial street ; Secretary, D. P. Scott, 9 Renny place, Broughty 
Ferry. Committee — Gardeners, Wm. Allison, Monifieth ; Peter M'Arthur, 
Kinbrae ; James Johnstone, Ashludie ; David Doig, Rossie Priory ; Thos. 
H. Milne, Linlathen ; Peter Marshall, Balmore ; Wm. Croll, Westi)ark ; 
John Johnston, Panmure villa ; George Milne, The Grange ; Nurserymen, 
David Croll, 63 Commerical street ; James Hardie, 73 Nethergate ; David 
Storrie, 96 Nethergate ; Amateurs, J. D. Ker, Douglasfield ; Andrew Scott, 
Forgan ; James Crighton, Inchture; J. W. Warden, B. Ferry; G. S. Cruiks, 
Sunny cottage, B. Ferry; Peter Barron, Balgay Lodge; AYm. M'Leish, Baled- 
garno ; Peter Anton, Baledgarno ; W. P. Henderson, Campbeltown place. 

S. AND T. WHIST CLUB, 104 Nethergate.— J. F. EmsUe, President; 
Peter Hean, Vice-President ; J. J. Barrie and Thomas Taylor, Council ; R. C. 
Reid, Treasurer ; H. A. PattuUo, Secretary. 


Dundee Advertiser — Established 1801 — Office, 7 to 25 Bank street. 
Published daily — Price Id ; and Semi-Weekly (Tuesday and Friday) — Price 2d. 

Evening Telegraph — Established 1877 — Office, 7 to 25 Bank street. Pub- 
lished every afternoon — Price id. 

People's Journal — Established 1858 — Office, 7 to 25 Bank street. Pub- 
lished every Saturday morning — Price Id. 

People's Friend — Established 1869 — Office, 7 to 25 Bank street. Pub- 
lished weekly — Price Id ; and monthly — Price 6d. 

Dundee Courier and Argus — Established 1816 — Office, 34 North Lindsay 
street. Published daily — Price Jd. 

Courier and Argus and Northern Warder — Established 1841 — Office, 
34 North Lindsay street. Published every Tuesday and Friday — Price Id. 

Weekly News — Established 1855 — Office, 34 North Lindsay street. Pub- 
lished every Saturday morning — Price Id. 

Wizard of the North. Published monthly — Price Id. 

The Scottish Fancier : A Monthly Record of matters pertaining to the 
Breeding, Management, and Exhibition of Dogs, Poultry, Pigeons, Cage Birds, 
and other Pet Stock. Office, 17 Cowgate. Published Monthly — Price Id. 

Fellow's Dundee Almanack — Office, 76 High street. Annually — Price Id. 

Dundee Trade Report Association. — Committee Room, 23 Panmure st. 
The object of this Association is to i^ublish weekly a Prices Current, with a 


■Eeport on the Flax, Tow, Jute, Yarn, Linen, and Grain Markets, and 
statistical information interesting and useful to the trade. Alex. J. "Warden, 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

THE DUNDEE ANGLING CLUB (1862).— President, James B. Mills; 
Vice-President, Herman Quosbarth ; Council of Management, Wm. F. Bell, 
W. G. Irving, James Barron, David Eodger, Arthur Mathewson, David 
Ireland, T. S. Robertson, David Hodge. Secretary and Treasurer, Thomas 
Congleton, 20 Castle street. 

sident, Robert Allan ; Vice-President, Robert Mackie ; Treasurer, James 
Smith ; Committee of Management, John Nicoll, James Brown, Wm. Myles, 
Jas. Ogilvie, David Nicoll ; Referee, Robert Mortimer ; Weigher, R. Mackie ; 
Secretary, John Kinnoch, 67 Ure street. 

DUNDEE EAST END ANGLING CLUB.— Hon. President, John Robert- 
son, 1 Craigie Bank terrace ; President, James Mair ; Hon. Vice-President, 
Alex. D. Mair ; Treasurer, David Henderson, 15 Mortimer street ; Secretary, 
Wm. Burns, Mains loan. 

Cunningham ; Vice-Pres., Jas. Bremner. Secy, and Treas., W. E. R. Young. 

TAY ANGLING CLUB.— President, R. D. B. Ritchie ; Vice-President, 
T. Sturrock; Treas., J. W. Birrell; Secy., R. M. Simpson, 23 Panmure street. 
DUNDEE ART CLUB— Rooms, Albert Institute.— President, James G. 
Orchar ; Vice-President, John Jones ; Committee — Allan Ramsay, William 
Seaton, Miss Jane Spindler, Miss B. Bell. Treasurer, James IngUs ; Secre- 
tary, Martin Anderson, Advertiser Office. 

ART. — President, James Maclaren ; Vice-President, E. Blackadder ; Hon. 
Secretary, C. Ower, 104 Commercial street ; Treasiuer, R. Keith. 

DUNDEE MECHANICAL SOCIETY.— Hon. President, Professor Ewing, 
B.Sc, F.R.S.E. ; President, W. E. Lindsay; Vice-President, D. R. Steven; 
Treasurer, John Lees ; Secretary, John T. Ewan, 1 Bain square. Committee — 
James Bruce, Wm. Henry Roy, and Robert B. Clark. 

DUNDEE BURNS CLUB— 1860. Hon. President, Frank Henderson, 
M.P. ; President, S. M. CUflE ; Vice-President, W. H. Phin ; Treasurer, David 
Taylor ; Secretary, Arthur Cairns ; Steward, J. Beat ; Committee — George 
Leask, J. King, A. Smeaton, Jas. Leith, T. Bennett. Literary and Business 
Meeting every Wednesday night. 

tuted 1884. Managed by a Committee composed of representatives of Forfar- 
shire Football Association and Dundee Burns Club. J. K. Eraser, Burns 
Club, 7 Ward road, and Robt. M'Queen, 11 Victoria road, Joint Treasurers. 

Our Boys (1st) George A. Duncan, 5 Roslin terrace. 

,, (2d) John S. Porter, Lower pleasance. 

Strathmore (1st) Marshall Henry, 28 Bmce street. 

,, (2d) James Norrie, 9 St Andrew's place. 

East End Robert Smart, Ferry road. 

Harp John Smith, Young Men's Hall, Tay streel. 

West End James S. Gibson, Dallfield terrace. 

Balgay William Menzies, 12 Ejnloch street. 

Perseverance James Hayes, 20 Dudhope Crescent road. 

MARYFIELD BOWLING CLUB, Madeira street.— President, W, P. 
Butchart ; Vice-President, C. G. Ross; Treas., R. Walker; Committee, John 


llobertson, Stewart Phillips, Frank East, Walter Baxter, Andrew Robertson,. 

W. F. Chalmers, Andrew Morton. Secretary — W. B. Blair, 3 Madeira street. 

DUNDEE CURLING CLUB.— Sir John Ogilvy, Bart., Patron; Andrew 
Taylor, President ; Geo. Dott, Vice-President ; Rev. 0. M. Grant and Robert 
Walker, Representative Members ; Rev. C. M. Grant, Chaplain ; Robert 
Walker, Treasurer; Robt. C.Walker, Secretary; Committee — Alex. Johnston, 
A. M'Ritchie, Geo. Gilroy, jun. , J. Lindsay, G. M. Cox, Jas. Nicoll, D. Smieton. 

DUNDEE BICYCLE CLUB— 1881.— Hon. Presidents— Geo. Armitstead, 
M.P., and Frank Henderson, M.P. Captaia, George Leask. Sub-Captain, 
Wm. Lawson. Buglers, R. B. Menmuir and James Robertson. Hon. Sec- 
retary and Treasurer, John S. Matthews, 120 Victoria rd. Committee — Wm. 
Hunter, Geo. Slimman, jun. , Robt. Buttar, Wm. Robertson, James Menzies. 

THE DUNDEE TENNIS CLUB.— President, David Carmichael ; 
Vice-President, Thomas Murdoch. Committee — W. G. Thomson, W. A. 
Douglas, J. W. Carmichael, John Fleming, L. Ower, John Methven. Hon. 
Secretary, Edward Hill ; Hon. Treasurer, W. W. Fairweather. 

DUNDEE LAWN TENNIS CLUB— Ground, Hyndforth.— President, S. 
Forrest; Committee — James Mills, James M'Intyre, David N. Fleming, Wm. 
Swan, James Miller. Secy, and Treas., D. C. Henderson, 249 Hawkhill. 

DUNDEE WALTON CLUB, Instituted 1880.— Hon. President, George 
Armitstead, Esq., M.P. ; Hon. Vice-President, Frank Henderson, Esq., M.P.; 
President, WilUam Mudie ; Vice-President, A. D. Mair ; Treasurer, Colin 
Treasurer ; Secretary, John S. Lawson, 2 Thomson street. 

Reform street. Alexander Tosh, Secretary and Treasurer. 


Union Royal Arch Chapter, No. C— Jas. Robertson, Z. ; Jas. B. Lang- 
lands, H. ; John Logie, J. ; Wm. Reid, Treasurer ; Jas. Stevenson, Scribe, E. 

St David's Royal Arch Chapter, No. 164. — James H. Mackay, Z. ; David 
M'Donald,H.; Wm. Taylor, J.; J. G. Sprunt, Treas.; Jas. B. Third, Scribe, E. 

Operative, No. 47. — Jas. Robertson, R.W.M. ; Peter Irving, Treasurer ; 
John CroU, 14 Arbroath road, Secretary. 

Ancient, No. 49.— Geo. Armitstead, M.P., R.W.M. ; Thos. Bulk, R.W.P.M.; 
John Kinnear, Treasurer ; Andrew Ross, 2 High street. Secretary. 

St David's, No. 78. — William Johnston, R.W.M. ; Archibald Duncan, 
Treasurer ; James B. Third, 144 Perth road, Secretary. 

Thistle Operative, No. 158. — David Taylor, R.W.M. ; John Roberts, | 
Treasurer ; Alex. Allan, 119 Blackscroft, Secretary. i 

Forfar and Kincardine, No. 225. — Jas. B. Langlands, R.W.M. ; Wm. ' 
Reid, Treasurer ; T. S. Lindsay, 104 Nethergate, Secretary. 

Caledonian, No. 2.54. — James Barron, R.W.M. ; James Birse, Treasurer; 
.John Chalmers, 111 Hawkhill, Secretary. 

Camperdown, No. 317.— John G. Clarke, R.W.M. ; Charles Winter, Trea- 
surer ; James HiU, 4 Reform street. Secretary. 

Albert (Lochee), No. 448.— David M'Donald, R.W.M. ; Robert Gellatly, 
Treasurer ; John M'Donald, 124 High street, Lochee, Secretary. 

Broughty Castle (Broughty Ferry). — James Clark, R.W.M. ; James 
Lowson, Treasurer ; William Leslie, Secretary. 

pursuant to Act of Parliament. Court Dundee, No. 5715. — Meets every 
alternate Thursday, at 8 p.m., in the Forfar and Kincardine Hall. Office- 
bearers—Robert D. B. Ritchie, C.R. ; James Mudie, S.C.R. ; WUliam Moir, 
Treasurer ; David W. TuUis, 13 Hawkhill, Secretary ; Henry Campbell, S. W. ; 
Robert A.nderson, J.W. ; James Forrest, S.B. ; Alex. M'Leod, J.B. ; David 


Steele Moon, Surgeon. Honorary Members— James Yeaman,- Eev. Dr Grant, 
Frank Henderson, M.P., George Armitstead, M. P., James Low, CotinciUors 
Macdonald, Bradford, Black, and Cleghorn, Eev. E. S. Warren, Charles 
Alexander, TV. E. E. Young, Provost Moncur, John Adamson, Eobert Keith. 

FAESHIEE.— David Welsh, 14 Cairnie street, Arbroath, E.W.P.M. ; George 
M'Donald, 245 Lochee road. Secretary. Meets by advertisement quarterly. 

ment in Hall, Eankine's court. William S. Young, 35 Tait's lane, E.W.M. 

EDEN LODGE OF FEEE GAEDENEES.— Meets last Tuesday of each 
month, in the Ancient Hall, Eankine's court. David Thorn, E.W.G.M. ; 
Geo. Fairbakn, 47 Yeaman shore, Secretary. 

Tuesday of each month in Hall, Eankine's court. Hercules Golden, E.AY.M.; 
Peter Harper, 35 Annfleld road. Treasurer; AYm. Ogilvie, 54 King st., Secy. 


District Master. Secretary. 

No. 10, ... John Morrison, ... ... Geo. Baskerville, 11 Lyon street 

„ 25, ... Hugh Graham, John Wallace, 237 Hilltown 


No. 33, ... David M'Leary, ... ... John Williamson, 12 Hospital wynd 

., 34, ... George Blair, ... ... William Adams, 12 Ann street 

„ 35, ... T.H.Cox,17N.WelI'tonst.,Wm. Hutcheon, 53 Caldrum street 

,, 36, ... John Whyte, John Henderson, 44 N. Church st. 

,, 37, .. John Morrison, ... ... John Cunningham, 15 Patoa's lane 

,, 38, ... Eobert Cochrane, ... David M'Farlane, Eose street 

,, 39, ... Hugh Davis, ... ... James Brovrei, 14 Dens road 

,, 40, ... Thomas Collins, ... Boss Gray, 76 Hill street 

,,107, ... Hugh Graham, ... ... Michael Mooney, Flight's lane, Lochee 

,,151, ... John Quirk, Wm. M'Kelvie, 16 Alexander street 

,,173, ... William Dale, Wm. M'Ketterick, 12 Eosebank road 

,,193, ... William Luke, ... ... George Edgar, 30 Eosebank street 

,,444, ... Thos. M'Gaw, ... ... Henry Harrison, 17 Ogilvie's road 

Lodge Eoom, Thistle Operative Hall, 15 Vault. John M'Laren, Grand Master ; 
John M'Gregor, Treasurer ; Charles P. Eobertson, 21 Hilltown, Secretary. 

LODGE EOYAL ST CEISPIN, No. 10.— Lodge Eoom, 79 High street, 
James Leith, M.W.M. ; James Lowe, S.H. ; J. E. Mann, G.M. ; E. Eobert- 
son, Treasurer ; Wm. Myles, Arcade buildings. King street, Secretary. Meets 
every alternate Wednesday at 8.30 p.m. 

DUNDEE DEAPEES' ASSOCIATION, 1874.— President, Wm. Hunter; 
Vice-Presidents, J. M. Easson and John Low ; Treas. , John Dawson, 40 West 
port; Secy., Wm. Eoxburgh, 93 Hawkhill ; Committee — Messrs Eobertson, 
Fay, Carmichael, Pope, Crowlie, Henry, Anderson, and Melville. 

Joseph Philip ; Vice-President, John M. Keiller ; Trustees, Eobt. Webster, 
Alexander Mathewson, John Scrimgeour ; Committee — George Eobertson, 
John Fleming, J. B. Macdonald, Eobert Laing, James Paxton, James S. 
Peddie ; Treasurer, Henry Eobertson; Auditor, Henry M 'Grady ; Secretary, 
A. W. Gumming, 1 Bank street. The Committee meets on the first Wednes- 
day of January, April, July, and October. 



in Technical Science Class-room. President, Chas. Kerr, Ph.C. ; Treas., F. Y. 
Young ; Secy. , Jas. Russell ; Council, A. B. Anderson, W. Doig, D. H. Ferrier. 

Mackay ; Vice-Pres., Jas. Hjmd ; Secretary, Wm. Brown, 141 Nethergate. 

TION.— President, J. C. Cox ; Vice-Presidents, W. D. Valentine, and D. 
Ireland ; Council, G. D. Macdougald, J. Geddes, H. G. Eraser, A. C. Lamb, 
Alfred Guthrie, G. F. Roger ; Hon. Treasurer, John Robertson ; Hon. Secre- 
tary, D. Ireland, jun.. Commercial street, Dundee, and Rockhill, Broughty 
Ferry. Meetings held first Thursday in each month except June, July, 
August, and SeiDtember, in Lamb's Hotel. 

PUBLIC BATHS.— Swimming, Private (Salt and Fresh Water), and 
Turkish Baths, West Protection Wall.- — Formerly managed by a Board of 
Directors. Transferred to the Police Commissioners on 1st January 1871, and 
now managed by them for the benefit of the community. Superintendent — 
Walter M'Gregor. The Baths are open daily in Summer from 6.30 a.m. till 
9 p.m., and in Winter from 7 a.m. till 8 p.m. Sundays, 6.30 a.m. till 9 a.m. 

SOCIETY, East end of Esplanade — President, James Myles ; Vice-President, 
D. Muckersie ; Treas. , Wm. Farcpiharson ; Secy., David Boyd, 62 Dudhoije st. 

FACTORY ACT, DUNDEE.— H.M. Chief Inspector of Factories, Alex. 
Redgrave, C.B., Home Office, London, S.W. ; Superintending Inspector, Jas. 
Henderson, Glasgow ; Inspector, W. Quayle, Dundee ; Certifying Surgeons, 
J.W. Miller, M.D., Tay st.; David Greig, M.D., Tay st.; J. K. Lennox, Locliee. 

BALGAY BOWLING CLUB.— President, Charles R. Baxter ; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Daniel M'Intyre ; Committee — Geo. Caird, David Dewar, Andrew H. 
Foggie, -James Watson, Robert Lickley, Alex. H. Moncur, W. R. M'Kelvie, 
Alex. W. Scott, David Rodger ; Secretary and Treasurer, James Low. 

DUNDEE BURIAL SOCIETY— Office, 2 Bain square.— Trustees, ex-Pro- 
vost Robertson ; Wm. Hay, Town-Clerk ; John Robertson, manufacturer. 
William Ramsay, President ; Alex. Ogg, Secretary ; Alex. Lewis, Treasurer ; 
Conimittee — Geo. M'Callum, Robert Tarbet, Wm. Cuthill, David Marshall, 
William Penman, Andrew M'Ghee, and Peter Begg. Collectors — Alexander 
Norrie, John M'Kenzie, John Mann, James Crockett. 

DUNDEE CEMETERY COMPANY.— Directors— James Pattullo, Dundee, 
Chairman ; James Durham, David Pirie, and John Robertson, Dundee ; James 
Jamieson, Crudie, near Arbroath. R. G. Rae, Superintendent, Secretary and 
Treasurer. J. & H. Pattullo, Agents. 

DUNDEE COFFEE-HOUSE COMPANY, Limited.— Registered Office, 23 
Panmure street. James M'Glashan, jun., Secretary and Treasurer. 
"Victoria," - - - 23 Victoria road, George Shallcross, Manager. 
"Kinnaird," - - - 54 Westport, - Edmund J. Hughes, Manager. 
"Albert," - - - 127 Overgate, - William Christie, Manager. 


Chas. Edward, David G. Bruce, Wm. Wilson, James NicoU, Thos. Proven, 

Daniel M'Intyre, James G. Orchar, David Bruce, Jolm Nicoll, Alex. Esplin, 

J. P. Kyd, T. S. Robertson. Secretary and Treasurer, Daniel M'Intyre, 13 

Albert square. Coffee and Reading Rooms, oj)en daily, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. J 

8 Wellgate, ----- Keeper, Andrew M'Intosh. 

10 South Lindsay street, - - - ^^ Stewart Elmslie. 

6 West Dock street, - - - - ^^ George Ballingall. 

64 East Dock street (foot of Candle lane), ,, David Robertson. 

16 St Clement's lane, - - - - ,, David M'Gregor. 


— P. G. Walker, President ; Jas. Johnston, Secretary ; R. O. Parker, Treasurer ; 
John Mathewson, J. R. Mitchell, C S. Lamb, James Mann, A. Brown Lyall, 
W. T. Scroggie, Robert Chalmers, jun., W. F. Hill. Mvisical Director — 
Henry Nagel ; Conductor, R. H. Turner. 

mittee — James Scott Marshall, President ; Alex. Henderson, Treasurer ; 
William M'Intyre, Secretary ; A. W. Forbes, Librarian ; David Croll, Wm. 
Burns, Wm. Meldrum, Wm. Taylor, Wm. Dow, Andrew Whitelaw. Meets 
for instrumental i^ractice of National Music on Monday evenings during Session 
— October to May. 

DUNDEE HARMONIC SOCIETY— 1867.— Patrons, The Right Hon. the 
Earl of Strathmore ; Right Hon. the Earl of Dalhousie ; G-eo. Armitstead, 
M.P. President, Jas. G. Orchar. W. Davidson, Treasurer; Thos. Sturrock, 
7 St Peter street, Secretary ; S. C. Hirst, Conductor. Meets in Buchan's 
Hall every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock during Session. 

Robertson, Alex. Shepherd, Peter Stei:)hen, John Morrison, W. E. Cathro, 
Geo. Johnston ; Alex. Dempster, Treasurer ; C. M. Pearson, 4 North Ellen 
street. Secretary; Alexander Adamson, G.T.S.C., Conductor. Meets in Bell 
Street Hall on Monday evenings. 

Treasurer; Thomas Smillie, 33 Cotton road. Secretary; John Sim, G.T.S.C., 
Conductor. Meets in Meadowside Academy, 53 Constitution road, every 
Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, during Session — August to April. 

DUNDEE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.— President, J. G. Orchar ; Vice- 
Presidents, Jas. S. Marshall and T. S. Ross ; Conductor, S. C. Hirst ; Trea- 
surer, J. Rattray ; Secretary, W. B. Irvine ; Librarian, A. Foote ; and five 
Members of a Committee. Meets for the practice of Classical Music every 
Tuesday evening at eight o'clock, at 9 Tay street. 

Wm. Kerr, Solicitor, Hon. Secretary; John Anderson, Treasurer. Com- 
mittee Rooms, 84 Commercial street. 

Earl of Dalhousie. Honorary Vice-Presidents, George Ai'mitstead, M.P. ; 
Frank Henderson, M.P. President, H. B. Fergusson. Vice-Presidents, Harry 
Walker, Ex-Provost Robertson, Ex-Bailie Robertson, and Bailie Norrie. 
Hon. Secretary and Treasiirer, Alex. Mackay, 104 Commercial street. 

— Registered Office, 104 Commercial street. Directors — Provost Moncur, 
Chairman ; A. R. C. Patterson, R. G. Kennedy, Peter Matthew, John W. 
Shepherd. Alex. Simpson, General Manager and Secretary. 

NATIONAL TELEPHONE COMPANY, Limited.— Chairman, R. Rayns- 
ford .Jackson, Sydenham. Directors resident in Scotland^ William Lowson, 
Dundee ; William Alexander Smith, Glasgow ; John Bruce, Edinburgh. Head 
Offices, 11 Qtieen Victoria street, London ; Forfar Exchange, Council Cham- 
bers, Forfar ; Dvindee District OflSces, 13 Panmure street ; Perth Office, 2 
Charlotte street, Perth. Frank Lumley, District Manager. 

Office, 104 Commercial street. Directors — Provost Moncur, Chairman ; 
C. C. Maxwell, John Miln, M. Carr, William Htmter. Alex. Simpson, 
General Manager and Secretary. 


EASTERN CLUB, 3 Albert square.— George E. AUen, Club-master ; A. 
Mackay, 104 Gommercial street, Secretary. 

WESTERN CLUB, 1 New Inn entry, High street.— President, .John Brown ; 
Secretary, James S. Langlancls. Keeper, James MTarlane. 

DUNDEE DOG SHOW.— President, George Ure ; Vice-Presidents, W. F. 
Douglas and J. F. D. Walker. Treasvirers, Jas. A. Duncan and Percy B. 
Nicoll. Secretary, James A. Stark, 62 Commercial street. 


District Deputy, William Fyffe, 36 Ferry road. 

Secretary to Dundee District Lodge, J. R. Montgomery, 34 Catherine street. 

District Lodge Meets last Friday of each month, called by circular. 


Scotsman, Trinity Hall, Victoria rd. ; Michael Pirnie, SZg Blackscroft 

Balgay, Martyrs Hall, Annfieldrd.; P. M'Intosh, 3 Kincardine st. 

Blonifieth, ... Low'sDiniugHall;Wm.M'Lachlan, Laurelbank,Monifieth 

True Bnton, . . . Templar Hall, 51 Reform st. ; David Silvie, .5 Catherine st. 

Star of Broughty, Templar Hall, B. Ferry; A. Chalmers, son. , 7 Douglas ter. 

Neivport, ... ... U. P. Church Hall ; Thomas Brown Robert st. Newport 

Tay, ... ... Jamaica Street Hall; John M'Keith, 16 North Ellen st. 

Welcome, S. Margaret's School, Lochee ; G. Hill, 148 High st. , Lochee 


St Mary Magdalene, Templar Hall, 51 Reform st. ; Alex.Mitchell, 22 St Mary's pi. 

St John's, Park Wynd School; Robt. C. Robertson, 7 Peter street 

St Paul's, U.P. Schooh-oom, Vict, st.; J. H. S. Grant, 20 N. Ellen st. 

Rescue, U.P. Church Hall, Hill st.; John Campbell, 25 Hill st. 

Belmont, ... ... Russell ChapelS. ,Hawkhill;D. Marshall, 61Scouringbm'n 

Caledonian, ... Smellie's Hall, Barrack st. ; Jas. Justice, G9 Caldrum st. 

St James' , ... ... Mission Hall, 42 Hilltown; Joseph Dickson, 1 Leng street 

Gamperdoivn, ... Marshall St. School,L'hee; R.Henderson, S.Churchst,L'hee 

Broughty Ferry, ... Templar Hall, Bro'ty Ferry; D. Thomson, Lawrence st. 

Star of Hope, ... Temperance Hall, Tayport; J. M'Rae, Heriot pi., Tayport 

ErroVs Pride, ... E.G. School, Errol ; James Millar, Manse cottage, Errol 

Pleasant Union, . . . Trinity Hall, Victoria rd. ; C. K. Farquhar, 25 Lilybank rd. 


Pioneer of Peace, Ancient Mason Lodge ; James Crearer, 47 Foundry lane 

Gommercial, ... Smellie's HaU, Barrack st.; J. M'Creery, 16 Lawrence st. 

Hope of Lochee, ... Victoria Hall, High st.; J. Wooler, sen., Camperdownst. 

Pleasant, Martyrs' Hall, Annfield rd.; W. Thow, 212 Blackness rd. 

Excelsior, Templar Hall, -51 Reformst.; Wm. Greig, 26 Patterson st. 

Union, ... ... 8 Bank street; C. M. Thomson, 14 Garland jslace 

St Bunyan's, . . . Leuchars ; William Strang, Station House, Guard bridge 

Tempeirince Home, Princes St. Chapel Schoolroom; A. Watson, 54 Arbroath rd. 


Dundee, Panmure Hall, foot of Wellgate; J. Robertson, 2 Baltic st. 

Cliff, . ... Temi)eranceHall,Tayi3ort ; A. Cumming, Tay St., Tayport 

Russell, ... Russell Chapel S., Ha wkhill; Geo. Wilson, 3 Thomson st. 

Rosemount, ... Mission Hall, 42 Hilltown; Jas. Williamson, 3 Glamis st. 

Artizan, 51 Reform street ; David Petrie, 1 Elsin ore i)l., Hilltown 

Heather Bell, Hall,7 Tally st . ; D . Marshall care of W. Thomson,13 Eliza st . 

Argyle, ArgyleHall; George Bruce, 178 Scouringburn 

Sta" of Freedom, ... St Margaret's Schoolroom, Marshall street, Lochee; J. 
Robertson, sen.. Post Oifice, Lochee. ! 



Fiskei'man's Rescue, Templar Hall, Bro. Ferry; P. Matthew, Elmgrove W.Ferry 

Juvenile Lodges. 

District Superintendent, James Elder, 57 St. Mary street 

Pleasant Home, Monday, ... Eussell Chapel school 

Hope of St B wnyan , , , ... Leuchars 

Fear Not, ,, ... Low's Hall, Monifieth 

Blossom of BalgaTj, ,, ... Martyrs' Hall 

Star of Peace, ,, ... Newport F. C. school. 

Day Star, Thursday, ... Park Wynd school 

Rising Star, ... ,, ... Marshall street, Lochee 

St Paul's, ... ... ... ,, ... Trinity Hall, Victoria road 

Broughty Ferry, Friday, ... Lodge Room, Gray street 

Dawn of Scots Craig, „ ... Tayport T. hall 

Hope of the Future, Saturday, .. 51 Reform street. 

199 meets on the third Friday of each month in St David's Lodgeroom, Bank 
street, at 8 p.m. District Chief Ruler, W. S. Young ; District Secretary, "W. 
G. Stevenson, 312 Perth road. 

BLUE RIBBON UNION.— President, Provost Moncur ; Vice-Presidents, 
Dean of Guild Henderson and P. G. Walker ; Treasurer, A. Hutcheson, 10 
Reform street ; Secretary, J. H. Martin, 53 West port ; Agent, John Carter, 
39 High street. 

Provost Moncur ; Vice-President, John Duncan ; Secretary, K. M. Hutchison, 
74 Commercial street ; Treasurer, John Pellow, 76 High street ; Committee, 
John Wooler, John Robertson, James Craig, Wm. Scrymgeour, S. B. Harvey, 
Rev. Wm. Hamilton, Rev. Andrew Inglis, Rev. Jas. Monie, Dr Young, John 
Robertson, David Mathers. Ordinary meetings, third Friday in January, 
March, September, and November. 

sident — Rev. John Taylor. Vice-Presidents — William Roxburgh, Hugh 
Martin, Robert Allan, and George Carmichael. Treasurer and Secretary, 
Patrick Hunter, 6 Park terrace. 

President, Provost Moncur. Directors —President, Rev. John Taylor ; Vice- 
Presidents, James Ramsay and D. H. M'lntosh ; Rev. E. Milligan, J. H. 
Martin, AYilliam Scrymgeour, John Carter, Charles Hutcheson, Joseph 
Cargill, John Campbell, C. W. Scrymgeour, D. M. Hampton, James Craig, 
Geo. A. Harris, James Keay, John Dawson ; Treasurer, David Mathers ; 
Secretary, Peter Robertson, 85 Hilltown. 

President, The Earl of Strathmore ; Patroness of Women's Classes, The 
Countess of Strathmore ; Vice-Presidents, Provost Moncur, Sir John Ogilvy, 
George Ai-mitstead, M.P., Frank Henderson, M.P., Sheriff Cheyne, James E. 
Erskine, Rev. Colin Campbell, and W. O. Dalgleish. Sub-Committee of 
Business — W. R. Morison, Chairman and Convener. Vice-Chairman, Pro- 
fessor Steggall; D. Beattie Bain, M.D.; James Duncan, M.D.; William Gibb, 
L.M.; W. T. Grant, M.B., Broughty Ferry; D. N. M'Cosh, M.D., Royal 
Infirmary ; David MacEwan, M.D. ; Duncan J. Reid, CM. ; John Robertson ; 
Robert Sinclair, M.D.; Alex. Stalker, CM.; Chas. F. Templeman, CM.; John 
W. Wemyss, M.D., Broughty Ferry. Treasiirer, Alex. Simpson, 104 Com- 
pnercial street, to whom applications relating to the Association may be ad- 
dressed. Hon. Secretary, James Rankin, 13 Albert square. 


to Act of Parliament — 

Bonnie Dundee Lodge, 1966 — Meets every alternate Wednesday in Pan- 
mure Hall, WeUgate. Office-bearers— Jas. Crockett,W.M.; Wm. Eoss, D.M. ; 
David Hendry, Treas.; Robt. Smith, 52 Watson st.. Secy.; T. L. Gordon, Clieck 
Secy. ; John Thomson, M.S. ; Dr Johnston, 4 Tay square. Surgeon. 

Heather Bell Lodge — Meets every alternate Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. in 
Panmure Lower Hall, Bain square. Office-bearers — Trustees : James Eoss, 
Stewart AVilkie, and A. B. Eeid ; Alex. Tevendale, P.M. ; John Chaplin, 
W.M. ; James Eoss, D.M. ; John Paul, M.S. ; James Watt, C.S. ; James 
Rattray, Minstrel ; James Robertson and David Marshall, Visitmg Stewards ; 
David Edwards, Inside Guard ; William Gray, Outside Guard ; Robert 
Phinn, Treasurer ; Alex. NicoU, Secretary, 4 Springhill ijlace, Ferry road. 

Hon. Colonel — Sir John Ogilvy, Bart. Lieutenant-Colonel — W. R. Morison. 
Majors — George Mitchell, James Rankin. Caj)tains — David J. Low, William 
W. TurnbuU, Howard Hill, Alfred G. Primrose, David Scroggie, Alexander 
M'Ciilloch, John Fleming, Charles C. Duncan. Lieutenants — John Nelson, 
David A. Watson, Henry Plenderleath, Wm. Stiven, Thomas M. Pattullo, 
Robert M. Stewart, Henry W. Halley, Patrick W. Anderson. Adjutant- 
Captain Reginald C. Annesley. Surgeons — David MacEwan, Alexander 
Campbell. Acting Surgeon — Charles Templeman. Hon. Chaislin — Eev. Colin 
Cami)bell. Secretary — • Wm. Kerr. Treasurer — Robert Moody-Stuart. 
Establishment — 8 Companies, 800 men of all ranks. 

Dundee ; Orderly Room, Calcutta buildings. Commercial street. Hon. Col. — 
James E. Erskine. Lieut. -Col. Commandant — F. Stewart Sandeman, P. 
Lieut. -Col. — John F. Dickson, P. Majors — William Wm. Urquhart, P.S., 
George C. Keiller, P. Adjutant — Capt. Harry Barron, R.A. Quarter- 
Master — Alex. C. Johnston. Surgeon — John W. Wemyss. Acting Surgeon 
— W. Chalmers Cowan. 

Batteries Nos. 1, 2, and 3 — Arbroath. Captain Commandant, Joseph 
Ferguson, P. 

Battery No. 4 — Montrose. Capt. David Murison, P. Lieut.— W. M. J. 
Paton, P. 

Batteries Nos. 5 and 6 — Beoughtt Feret. Captain Commandant, 
Charles E. Todd, P., Captain David A. M'Corquodale, P. Lieutenants — 
Henry Gordon, P., James Guthrie, P., Alex. J. Gordon, P. 

Batteries Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 — Dundee. Orderly Room — 
Calcutta buildings, Commercial street. Captains — Alexander H. Bell, P., 
P. Spence Mudie, P., Thomas Couper, P., Thomas G. Ewan, P., William S. 
Buchanan, P., John G.Grant,P.,Wm. G.Thomson, P. Lieutenants — Theodore 
G. Luis, P., Wm. Chalmers, P., Peter Carmichael, P., J. F. D. Walker, P. , T. 
H. Smith,P., F. Stewart Sandeman, P., R. D. Kinmond,P., J.G.Keiller,P., D. 
R. Irvine, D. N. Scott, P. Acting Chaplains — Rev. Frank Mudie, Arbroath ; 
Rev. C. M. Grant, M.A., B.D., Dundee. 

Drill Hall, Parker square. Lieut. -Colonel Eobert N. Eeid, Commanding ; 
Major, William Smith. Captains — John Jessiman, James Armitt, John S. 
M'Donald, Eobert W. Laburn, Charles Batchelor, and James Isles. Lieu- 
tenants — Peter Anderson, William S. Malcolm, Charles J. Shaw, Frederick 
Tosh, and Oliver Loring. Adjutant — J. H. Tarleton, Major. Surgeon — Peter 


Young. Acting Surgeon — John Gnnn. Quarter-Master — John C. Macdonald. 
Hon. Chajjlin — Rev. Peter Grant, D.D. Sergeant-Major — John Kilgour. 
Sergeant-Instructor — E. Thacker. Bandmaster — Daniel Sweeney. Secretary 
— D. M'Intyre. Establishment, 6 Companies. 

FORFAR LIGHT HORSE.— Captain— P. A. W. Carnegy, of Lour, Com- 
manding. Lieutenant — C. W. Gray. Surgeon — William T. Grant. Sergeant- 
Major — D. Wybrants. Quarter-master Sergeant — J. Miller. Sergeant-Major 
—W. Currie, 199 Perth road. 

Monday, Tuesday, and Friday evening in Trades Hall, Victoria road. Band- 
master — Wm. G. Jarvis, 27 Victoria road. Sergeants — James T. Henderson, 
Balfour Horsburgh, D. Thompson, A. Patterson ; Corporals — Jas. Paterson, 
Josei^h Paterson. 

and Friday evening in Masonic Lodge, Vaiilt. Pipers practise every Monday 
in the same place. Bandmaster — Daniel Sweeney, 2 Rosefield street. Pipe- 
Sergeant — Donald Bain, 47 St Andrew's street. Drvimmers and buglers 
practise every Tuesday evening at Mr Thorburn's Hall, Wellgate. Drum- 
Sergeant — William Miller. 

Thursday evenings in Rooms, 59 Wellgate. Bandmaster — Jas. Chambers, 82 
Dudhope st. ; Trumpet-Major — John Hennessy ; Sergeant — Wm. Fairweather. 

TRADES SOCIETIES.— Places of Meetings, and Names and Addresses of 
Secretaries : — 

Bakers, 15 Vault, ...John Leslie, 6 Union i^lace 

Blacksmiths, ... ...Reform St. Hall. ..James Mann, 79 Arbroath road 

Boilermakers <i- Iron ) g-^ Overgate, ...John Gordon, 11 Craigie street 

Shtpbrs, Br. No. 1 ) » > > o 

Do. do., „ JVo. 2 Wallacet'n School, James Duke, 12 Craigie street 

^Sm""'* ^^'''''} - ■ ■ -JolinWhyte, 10 North Ellen street 
Carpenters d^ Joiners ( Euclid Crescent ) p^^^^ ^^ 20 North Ellen st. 

Association, { School, j ' 

Masons, Ojxrative, ...Tally St. Hall,. ..David Carnegie, 9 King's road 
Moulders' Society, ... 13 Overgate, ...William Craig, 3 Arklay street 

Plumbers, - - - ...James Keen, 29 Hilltown 

Shipwrights, Celtic Hall, High st. Andw. Powrie, 40 Lily bank road 

Tailors,... ... ... 51 Overgate, ...James Jamieson, 40 Hilltown 

FAIRS AND MAEKETS.— Stobb's Fair, for Cattle, Sheep, and Horses, 
is held on the first Tuesday after the 11th of July. 

Dundee First Fair, for Cattle and Horses, is held on 26th August, if that 
day fall upon a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday ; but if on other 
days, then the first Tuesday thereafter. Sheep market on the previous day. 

Dundee Latter Fair, for Cattle and Horses, is held on the 19th September 
— the same rule applying as with the First Fair. 

Bell's Fair. — Feeing Market is held on the first Friday of October. 

N.B. — These Markets are held at the Fairmuir, Strathmartine road. 

" Flit-Fridats," or the Term Feeing Markets, are held on 26th May and 
22d November, if these dates fall on a Tuesday or Friday, failing which on the 
first Tuesday or Friday thereafter. 

A Weekly Cattle and Sheep Market is held every Tuesday forenoon, at 
the New Cattle Market, Carolina port. 

Market Days — Tuesday and Friday. 

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HARBOUR TRUSTEES.— Harbour Office, and Shore Dues Office, Custom- 
house buildings, Dock street. 

For tlie Town Council — Provost Moncur ; Bailies Hunter, Norrie, Ogilvie, 
Laing, and Councillor Cowan. 

For the Guildry — Dean of Guild Henderson, James Shaw, P. M. Duncan, 
W. B. Thompson, Charles Edward, and T. S. Ross. 

For the Nine Trades — John Cooper, Joseph Lindsay, and T. K. Kinmond. 

For the Three United Trades — George Sherriff. 

For the Seaman Fraternity — J. M. Cochrane. 

For the County of Forfar — The Right Hon. the Earl of Strathmore, the 
Right Hon. the Earl of Camperdown, Robert M'Gavia, Colonel Ogilvy. 

For Chamber of Commerce — James Adie, W. B. Wilson, John Rhind. 

For the Shipowners — John Machan, David Bruce, James Millar. 

For the Ratepayers — James Luke, Wm. Gellatly, R. V. Scroggie. 

For the Municipal Electors — William G. Thomson, John Anderson. 

Committees. — Finance and Bights — Consisting of all the Members of the 
Board ; Mr Shaw, Convener. Works — Consisting of all the Members of the 
Board ; Mr Edward, Convener. Tay Ferries — Consisting of all the Members 
of the Board ; Mr Millar, Convener. Lighting, Buoying, and Pilotage Com- 
mittee — Consisting of all the Members of the Board ; Mr Machan, Convener. 

Alex. E. Gray, Clerk ; James Watson, Treasurer ; David Ciumingham, 
Engineer ; Cliarles Yule, Harbourmaster ; David Caiman, Master of 
Graving Docks and Patent Slip ; George Ritchie, Master of Camperdown and 
Victoria Docks ; John Carmichael, Master of King William Dock ; James 
Cooper, Master of Earl Grey Dock ; David Black, Piermaster ; James 
Lindsay, jun., Warehouse Keeper; Robert Archibald, Messenger; William 
Norrie, Head Weigher and Superintendent of Weighing Gear ; Captains 
David Edwards and James Finlay, Surveyors of Cargoes. 

Dock Gates. — The Gates are generally opened two hours before highwater 
at sp)ring tides, and one hour at neap tides. Blue and White Chequered Flags, 
hoisted at the Gate-houses, indicate that the Gates are open. The following 
Signals at Earl Grey Dock indicate Vessels entering the River : — 
Red, - - - Pennant, indicates Steamers. 

White, - - Do., „ Ships. 

Blue and Red, - Square Flag, ,, Barques. 

Red and White, Do., ,, Brigs. 

Blue, - - Pennant ,, Schooners or Sloops. 

Day and Night Signals representing Depth of Water on Tide Gauges are 
exhibited at Earl Grey Dock and Camperdown Dock. Signal sheets may be 
obtained at Harbourmaster's office, Earl Grey Dock. 

The Pilotage of the River Tay and Harbour of Dundee is now managed by 
the Lighting, Buoymg, and Pilotage Committee of the Harbour Trustees. 
George Taylor, Pilotmaster. Pilot Cutters — "Tay" and "Pilot." Masters of 
Cutters — James Knight and John Maclagan. Pilots Licensed by authority of 
the Trustees — John Chambers, John Martin, George Keith, Alex. Ferguson, 
James White, George Baird, Peter Lowson, William Ferrier, Chas. Webster, 
George Sutherland, Jas. Wilson, Fred. Edwards, and Jas. Stephen. Super- 
numeraries — James Baird, William Mills, and Frederick Jones. 

Light Keepers. — Lights of Tat — Buddoness— J. Ogilvie, Principal Light 
Keeper ; Thomas Meldrum, Assistant. Tayport — John Greig, Principal Light 
Keeper ; David Pryde and Fleming Bishop, Assistants. 

Light Ship "Abertat." — Master, James Menzies; Mate, James Cockerell. 
Superintendent of Lighting and Buoying, George Taylor. 


LOCAL MARINE BOAED.— Office, Sailors' Home buHdings. Members- 
Tie Provost, ex officio- Elected — John Machan, David Bruce, James Mudie, 
George Halley, Joseph Gibson, and W. B. Thomijson. Appointed by the 
Board of Trade — Admiral Maitland Dougall, Chairman ; George Burnett, 
John Guild, and Charles Barrie. 

George Jack, Superintendent of Mercantile Marine Office and Secretai-y to 
the Board ; Alfred Smith, Deputy-Superintendent ; Alexander Nicol, Second 
Deputy ; Wm. Scott, Messenger and Housekeex^er ; and George Ritchie, Board 
of Trade Officer. James Mitchell, Examiner of Masters and Mates ; James 
Rae, Surveyor for Board of Trade and Examiner of Engineers. Robert Mercer, 
Surveyor's Clerk. 

DUNDEE TRINITY HOUSE.— John M. Cochrane, Box-Master; John 
Kennedy, Deputy Box-Master ; Committee — W. O. Taylor, George Welch, 
George Taylor, James Cappon, Charles Duncan, William Sijeedy, David 
Simpson, William Barron, Peter Myles, William Kilgoiu', Thomas Herald, 
and George C. White ; James Himter, jun., 69 Reform street, Secretary ; 
James W. Melville, Officer. 

'IjENT SOCIETY. — Central Office— Hibernia Chambers, London. Honorary 
Agents at Dundee — John Machan and David Bruce. 

CUSTOMS.— Edmund Snell, Collector and Surveyor; Robert Scott, David 
A. Davidson, W. Harry Hudson, Clerks ; Michael J. Harte, Surveyor ; Robt. 
Gildea, William Bell, J. W. Paddock, William Archer, George R. Spencer, 
and R. L. Scott, Examining Officers, and eight Out-Door Officers. George 
Murray, Housekeeper and Blessenger. Bkoughty Feeet. — Robert H. Bell, 
Examining Officer ; Five Boatmen. Tatpoet — Peter Matthew, Principal 
Coast Officer. Sx Andrews — William Howie, Principal Coast Officer. 
Perth — Henry Cliristie, Principal Coast Officer. 

Charter for the preservation of Life from Shipwreck. Dundee Branch Com- 
mittee, W. O. Dalgleish of Mayfield, President ; G. Lloyd Alison, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; James Cox, of Cardean ; Alexander Anderson, of Longhaugh ; Harry 
Walker, R. C. Scroggie, James Yeaman, James Mudie, David Ireland, David 
Bruce, James W. Kidd, John Machan, Cai)tains George Thorns, George Taylor, 
Charles Duncan, and James Mitchell. Committee meet in the office of James 
Hunter, jun., Gi) Reform st., Hon. Secretary; James Mudie, 26 East Dock 
St., Hon. Treasurer. Superintendent of Boats and Apparatus at Broughty 
Ferry and Buddonness, Captain George Thorns, Coringa House. 

DUNDEE SAILORS' HOME, Dock street.— President, William OgUvy 
Dalgleish ; Vice-Presidents, A. H. Moncur, W. Y. Blyth-Martin. Com- 
mittee — Geo. Armitstead, M.P., Alex. J. Buist, David Bruce, Alex. D. 
Grimond, Alex. Gourlay, Alex. Henderson, and John Leng. George Jack, 
Secretary and Treasurer. Duncan Ritchie, Superintendent of the Home. 

THE EAST COAST SALVAGE COMPANY, Limited.— Directors— Joseph 
Gibson, Chairman ; Jas. Mudie, P. M. Duncan, David Bruce, Andrew Leitch, 
W. B. Thompson. Office, Calcutta buildings. Thos. Farquharson, Secretary. 


Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Company. — Office, 5 Shore terrace, 
Dundee. James W. Kidd, Manager. 

^ Dundee and London Trade. — Screw Steam-ships — Dundee, 1561 tons, 360 
hoi.:ie-power, William Speedy, commander ; Biitannia, 951 tons, 250 horse- 
power, William Packham, commander ; Cambria, 944 tons, 220 horse-power, 
David Chapman, commander. Agent in London— James Brand, JSfew Dundee 
iWharf , 273 Wapping. 


Dundee and Hull Trade. — Screw Steam-sliip London, 821 tons, 140 horse- 
power, E. M'lntosh, commander. Agents in Hull — Thomson, M'Kay, & Co. 

Dundee and Newcastle Steam Shipping Compant, Limited. — Office, 1 
Commercial street. H. Plenderleath, Manager. Screw Steam-ship Pladda, 
398 tons, 80 horse-power, Robert Latto, commander. Company's Office in 
Newcastle, 93 Quayside. 

Dundee and Liveepool Steam-Packet Office — 33 Dock street. J. T. 
Inglis & Co., Agents. Steam-ships Tuskar, Princess Beatrice, and Princess 
Alice. Agents at Liverpool — M. Langlands & Sons, 5 Rumford place. 

These Steamers call occasionally at Aberdeen, Inverness, Stromness, and 

Dundee Seal and Whale Fishing Company. — Whale Yard, East Dock 
street. David Bruce, Manager. Screw Steam-ships — Narwhal, 362 tons, 75 
horse-power, Jeffrey Phillips, master ; Polynia, 358 tons, 60 horse-power, 
John B. Walker, master ; Esquimaux, 436 tons, 70 horse-power, Wm. F. 
Milne, master ; Eesolvtte, 424 tons, 98 horse-power, Arthur Jackman, master. 

Tay Whale Fishing Company. — Screw Steam-ship, Intrepid. George 
Welch and Kinnes, Whale lane. Managers. 

Private Owners — Screw Steam-shiis Active. George Welch, Manager. 
Polar Star and Star. E. Kinnes, Manager. 

Dundee Polar Fishing Company — W. O. Taylor & Co., Managers. 
Steam-ships, Jan May en and Nova Zembla. 

National Steam-Ship Co., Limited, of Liveepool. — Agent — 
James Millar, 54 Commercial street. 

Eoyal Mail Steam Packet Co. — Twin Screw Steam-ships Line, London 
to New York ; Great Western Despatch of United States and Canada. Henry 
Head & Co., (David D. Bain), 62 Commercial street, Agents. 

Albany Shipping Company, Limited, 54 Commercial street. — James 
Millar, Manager, Directors — William Eobertson (Chairman), Wm. Gibson, 
Wm. Henderson, George Malcolm, Alex. Gilroy, and James Millar. 

Dundee Shipowners Company, Limited, 83 Commercial Street. — ^W. O. 
Taylor & Co., Managers. Directors^ — Thomas Smith, Wm. Eobertson, 
Eobert Guild, Wm. Ritchie, John Eobertson, and E. V. Scroggie. 

Dundee Loch Line Steam Shipping Company', Limited. — Ireland, Leitch, 
& Co. , Managing Directors. Directors — Alex. Mathewson, Chairman ; David 
Pirie, Henry M'Grady, James Fleming, John Brownlie, David Eodger. 

Dundee Gem Line Steam Shipping Company, Limited. — Office, 59 Dock 
street, Dundee. Managers — P. M. Duncan & Son, Directors — John Ehind, 
Chairman ; P. M. Duncan, Joseph Lindsay, John G. Paton, Angus Macintyre, 
and James M'Donald. Secretary — James Duncan. 

North Sea Steam Shipping Company, Limited. — Geo. Armitstead & Co., 
G Panmure street. Managers. 

Allan Line of Eoyal Mail Steamers, 27 Panmure street. — (James and 
Alex. Allan, 70 Great Clyde street, Glasgow.) Goods and passengers carried 
by regular Steam Packets to all i^arts of the United States, Canada, New 
Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, also to South American ports. 
See Adv. 

Furness Line. — Dundee to New York and Boston. W. Buchan Ritchie, 
33 Dock street, Agent. 

Clan Line. — Glasgow and Liverpool to Bombay, Kurrachee, Calcutta, 
Madras, and South African ports. W. Buchan Eitchie, 33 Dock st.. Agent. 

Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. — London to 
Gibraltar, Malta, Calcutta, Bombay, Madras, Colombo, and Australia. W. 
Buchan Ritchie, 33 Dock street. Agent. 

New Steamship Service between Dundee and Antwerp. Goods carried to 
all parts of the world. W. Buchan Ritchie, 33 Dock street, Agent. 



May 1884. 


Abbreviations. — Ship, sli ; Barque, bar ; Brig, br ; Brigantine, bn ; Schooner, 
j sch ; Sloop, si ; Smack, sin ; Steamer, st ; Paddle-steamer, p.s. ; Screw- 
steamer, s.s. ; Cutter, cut. 


Active s.s. 

Abertay sch 

Agnes sch 

Albany bar 

Alma si 

Amethyst s.s. 

Antelope cut 

Arba sch 

Archer sch 
Arctic st. bar 

Airlie sh 

Ardour bar 

Argus sch 

Arthurstone bar 
Aurora st. bar 

Aurora s.s. 

Aviemore s.s. 

Avlona s.s. 

Balgay sch 

Ballochmyle sh 

Balmore bar 

Balmuii- s.s. 

Barcelona s.s. 

Belle Alliance bar 
Betsey Davidson sch 

Beryl s.s. 

Brazilian bn 

Britannia s.s. 

British Queen bar 

Broomhall sh 

Calabria s.s. 

Calcutta bar 

Cambria s.s. 

Camijerdown sh 

Caninore bar 

Carmona s.s. 

Castle Eoy sh 

Ceres si 

Chef tain s.s. 

Chili bar 

Chittagong bar 

Cornwallis s.s. 

Corona sh 

Cottage Girl cut 
Countess of Derby bar 
Countess of Rothes bar 

Craigowl bar 

Cuba bar 




Owner or Agent. 
George Welch 
Harbour Trustees 
William Nicoll 
W. O. Taylor & Co. 
James Petrie 
P. M. Duncan & Son 
Harbour Trust 
A. More 
James Ross 
W. Stei>hen 
D. Bruce & Co. 
Jas. White 

Wm. Thomson & Sons 
D. Bruce & Co. 
W. Stephen 
James Mudie 
James Millar 
Wm. Thomson & Sons 
Robertson Bros. 
D. Bruce & Co. 
Jas. Millar 
John Machan 
Wm. Thomson &; Sons 
Robertson Bros. 
K. M'Kenzie 
P. M. Duncan & Son 
Geo. Winder 
D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 
Wm. Thomson & Sons 
W. S. Croudace 
D. Scott & Son 
Chas. Barrie 
D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 
D. Bruce & Co. 
Jas. Millar 

Wm. Thomson & Sons 
Gilroy, Sons & Co. 
Joseph Imrie 
J. F. Birrell & Co. 
John Stewart 
Charles Barrie 
W. S. Croudace 
Wm. Stephen 
David Edwards 
M. Allison 
M. Allison 

Wm. Thomson & Sons 
Robertson Bros. 






Owner or Agent. 




Wm. Thomson & Sons 



J. Brown 

W. H. Burns 




P. M. Duncan & Son 




W. S. Croudace 


pad. st. 


Dundee Harbour Trustees 




Charles Barrie 




D. P. & L. S. Co. 




Wm. Thomson & Sons 




D. Bruce & Co. 

Earl of Dalhoiisie sli 


Wm. Stephen 

Early Morn 



Percy Bicknell 




Robertson Bros. 




Robertson Bros. 




James Love 




Robertson Bros. 

Edith Mary 



Robertson Bros. 




Robert Taylor 

Elizabeth Sc 

ott br 


James Scott 




P. M. Duncan & Son 




W. B. Thompson 




D. Foreman 


st. sh 


David Bruce 




Wm. Thomson & Sons 




Henry Gibson 

Fair weather 

s. tug 

Dundee Harboiu- Trustees 




John Wallace 


pad. st. 

Dundee Harbour Trustees 




John Isles 


pad. st. 


Dundee Harbour Trustees 




D. Bruce & Co. 




G. Armitstead & Co. 

Gil Koy 



Gilroy, Sons & Co. 

Gipsy Queen 



John Deans 




D. Bruce & Co. 




Charles Barrie 




W. 0. Taylor & Co. 




Jas. Mitchell 




W. 0. Taylor & Co. 




W. 0. Taylor & Co. 




W. 0. Taylor & Co. 




W. O. Taylor & Co. 




W. 0. Taylor & Co. 




W. O. Taylor & Co. 




W. O. Taylor & Co. 




Wm. Cramond 




W. B. Thompson 




G. Armitstead & Co. 




D. Bruce & Co. 




Charles Barrie 



R. Davidson 

Tay Whale Fishing Co. 




Robertson Bros. 




Andw. Peterson 

Jane Kilgou 

r bar 


Robertson Bros. 

Jan Mayen 

st. bar 


W. 0. Taylor & Co. 




W. Milne 


Juana Nancy 
'Lass o' Go^vTie 
Loch Tay 
Loch Garry 
Loch Leven 
Loch Maree 
Loch Rannoch 
Loch Arc! 
Lord Kinnau'd 
Lorna Doone 
Margaret Eeid 
Norfolk Hero 

I North Sea 
Nova Zembla 
■ Opal 
Polar Star 
Princess Louise 



Owner or Agent. 



P. M. Duncan & Son 



Robt. Wilson 



C. 0. Fawcus 



James Millar 



Ohas. Couper 



D. Edwards 



Wm. NicoU 



Josei^h Gibson 



David Bruce & Co. 



Ireland, Leitch, & Co. 



Ireland, Leitch, & Co. 



Ireland, Leitch, & Co. 



Ireland, Leitch, & Co. 



Ireland, Leitch, & Co. 



Ireland, Leitch, & Co. 



D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 



Charles Barrie 



W. O. Taylor & Co. 



Robertson Bros. 



James Dron 



Angus Fraser 



Robertson Bros. 

st. sch 

W. Rodger 


J. Martin 



Wm. NicoU 



AVm. Adams 



D. Bruce & Co. 



J. D. Luke 



John Maohan 

st. bar 


W. S. Croudace 



G. C. White 



W. S. Croudace 

st. sh 


DaAdd Bruce & Co. 


A. Barron 



R. CoUing 



John Gilmour 



D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 



W. O. Taylor & Co. 



P. M. Duncan & Son 



G. Welch 



C. Duncan 



W. Ccok 



A. M'Bryde 



D. Bruce & Co. 



R. H. Abbot 



J. Cappon 



John Stewart 



Daniel Wilson 



Dundee Harbour Trustees 



Jas. Bowman 



Dun. & Newcastle Ship. Co. 



R. Kinnes 



David Bruce 





Dundee Harbour Trustees 





Owner or Agent. 






Wm. Thomson & Sons 




st. bar 


D. Bruce & Co. 






W. C. Sargeaunt 






Eobert Taylor 






Alexander Edwards 






P. M. Duncan & Son 






P. M. Duncan & Son 






D. Simpson 






Wm. Cook 






W. 0. Taylor & Co. 






Geo. Bruce 






D. Bruce & Co. 






G. Armitstead & Co. 




stm. br 


E. Kinnes 



Storm King 



E. Taylor 






D. Bruce & Co. 






Wm. Thomson & Sons 






Wm. Thomson & Sons 



Strathspey . 



Wm. Thomson & Sons 






John Machan 






Dundee Harbour Trustees 






P. & O. Stm. Nav. Co. 






James Mudie 






P. & 0. Stm. Nav. Co. 






Jas. M'Intosh 




st. bar 


W. S. Croudace 






M. Allison 






Alex. Wliite 






James Latta 






James Mudie 






Wm. Nicoll 



White Sea 



D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 



William Tlu-ift 



Eliz. Anderson 






Wm. Stephen 






s.s. 1 

Wm. Thomson & Sons 

1 1600 



Wm. Thomson & Sons 

1 1600 



Post-Office Dundee — Post-Office Buildings, Top of Reform Street. 

William Gibb, Postmaster. 
On Week Days the Office is open for Postal business from 6.45 a.m. till 9 
p.m. ; and for Money Order, Savings Bank, Life Insurance, and Annuity busi- 
ness, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

On Sunday the Office is open for Postal business from 9 till 10 a.m. only, 
but the Letter-Box remains open as on other days. 

For Telegraph business there is attendance continuously during the day and 
night, both on Week Days and Sundays. 
For Arrivals and Departures of Mails, see pages 92 and 93. 

Inland Rates of Postage — Letters.* 
The rates of postage, when prepaid, are as follows, viz. — 

For a letter not above 1 oz. - - - Id. 

above 1 oz. but not above 2 oz. - l^d. 
2oz. „ 4oz. - 2d. 

4 oz. ,, 6 oz. 2hd. 

6 oz. ,, 8 oz. 3d. 

8oz. „ 10 oz. - Sid. 

10 oz. ,, 12 oz. - 4d. 

A letter above the weight of 12 oz. is liable to a jjostage of a Id for every 
oimce, beginning with the first ounce. Thus a letter weighing between 14 and 
15 oz. must be prepaid Is 3d. 

A letter posted unpaid is chargeable on delivery with double i^ostage ; and 
a letter posted insufficiently prepaid is chargeable with double the deficiency. 

No letter may be above 18 inches in length, 9 inches in width, or 6 inches in 
depth, imless it be sent to or from one of the Government Offices. 


The prepaid postage on every inland newspaper is one halfi^enny, but a 
packet, containing two or more registered newspapers, is not liable to a higher 
rate than the book-postage upon it would be. For each transmission a fresh 
postage must be paid. 

A newspaper posted unpaid, or a ijacket of newspapers posted unpaid, or 
insufficiently paid, is treated as an unpaid or insufficiently paid book packet of 
the same weight {see p. 80 par. 2, Book Post). 

Any publication fulfilling the subjoined conditions can, upon payment of an 
annual fee of 5s, be registered at the General Post Office for circulation 
^vitllin the United Kingdom as a newspaper, as also for transmission to 
places abroad. Unregistered, a newspaper is liable to the book rate of 

a. The publication must consist wholly or in great part of political or 

other news, or of articles relating thereto, or to other current topics, 
with or without advertisements. 

b. It must be j>rinted and j)ublished in the United Kingdom ; and in num- 

bers at intervals of not more than seven days. 

c. The tvdl title and date of publication must be printed at the top of the 

first page, and the whole or part of the title, and the date, at the top of 
every subsequent i^age. This regulation applies also to ' ' Tables of 
Contents," and "Indices." 

d. A supi^lement must consist wholly or in great part of matter like that 

; * Inland letters are those which pass between places in the United Kingdom, including: 
the Isle of Man, the Orkney, Shetland, Scilly, and Channel Islands 


of a newspaper, or of advertisements, printed on a sheet or sheets, or on 
a piece or pieces of paper, unstitched ; or wholly or in part of engravings, 
prints, or lithographs illustrative of articles in the paper. It must in 
every case be published with the paper, and have its title and date 1 
printed at the top of every page ; or, if it consists of engravings, prints, ' 
or lithographs, at the top of every sheet or side. 
■ A newsjjaper, if posted in a cover, must have such cover o^jen at both ends, 
so as to admit of easy insijection, otherwise it will be treated as a letter. 
The title of every newsi^aper must be exposed to view. 

A newspaper or packet of newspapers which contains any enclosure, except! 
supi>lements (unless it be such as might be sent at the book rate of postage, 
and the entire packet be sufficiently prepaid as a book packet), is liable to be 
charged as a letter. 

A newspaper which has anything written on it, or its cover, of the nature 
of a letter, is liable to postage as an unj^aid or insufficiently paid letter. 

A jiacket of news^sapers must not weigh above 14 lbs. , or exceed two feet in 
length, one foot in width, or one in depth. 

Book Post. 

The prepaid jjostage is one halfpenny for every 2 oz. or part of that weight. 
If posted unpaid the charge is double that amount ; and if posted partially 
paid, double the deiiciency. 

A book-packet may contain any number of separate books or other publica- 
tions, photograjjhs (when not on glass or in cases containing glass or any like 
substance), dramngs, jjrints, or maj)s, and any quantity of paper, or any other 
substance in ordinary use for writing or printing ujion ; and the books or other 
publications, prints, maps, &c., may be either j)rinted, written, engraved, litho- 
graphed, or iilain, or any mixture of these. It may also contain all legitimate 
binding, mounting, or covering of a book, &c., or of a portion thereof, whether 
such binding, &c., be loose or attached ; as also rollers in the case of prints or 
maps, markers (of paper or otherwise) in the case of books, pens or pencils in the 
case of pocket-books, &c., in short, whatever is necessary for the safe trans- 
mission of such articles, or usually appertains thereto ; but the binding, rollers, 
&c., must not be sent as a separate packet ; neither may a book packet contain 
anything in the nature of a letter* (attached or otherwise), unless it be a 
"cu'cular/' or any enclosure shut against inspection, otherwise the entire 
packet will be charged as a letter. 

A book -packet may be posted either without a cover (in which case it must i 
not be fastened, whether by means of gum, wafer, sealing wax, stamp, i 
or otherwise), or in a cover entirely oj^en at both ends, so as to admit j 
of the contents being easily vidthdrawn for examination, otherwise it is treated 
as a letter. It may, however, be tied at the ends ^vith string. 

No book-packet may be above 5 lbs. in weight, 18 inches in length, 9 in 
width, or 6 in depth, unless it be sent to or from a Government office. 

"When, owing to an unusually heavy influx of letters, books, &:c., the trans- 
mission or delivery of the letters would be delayed if the whole mail were dealt i 
vnth without distinction, book-packets may be kept back till the next desjjatch 
or delivery. I 

Circulars — i.e., letters which, from internal evidence, appear to be in- ; 
tended for transmission in identical terms to several persons, and thf 
whole or tlie greater part of which is produced by means of ordinary type, 
engraving, lithography, or other mechanical process — may also be sent 
by book post. 

* Entries merely stating who sends the book, &c., or to whom it is given, are not re 
sarded as a letter. 


Large numbers of letters, not being circular letters, are from time to time 
lound in halfpenny wrappers, contrary to the express provisions of the book 
post ; and, as the officers of the department are instructed to surcharge all 
Isuch letters with additional postage, it will save not only trouble to the Post 
iOffice, but annoyance to the public, if care be taken always to pay letter 
jiostage for letters other than circular letters, unless they be written or jirinted 
on Post Cards. 

Inland Parcels Post. 

Parcels not exceeding 7 lbs. in loeight are received at any Post Office for 
transmission between places in the United Kingdom. 

In order that a packet may go by Parcels Post, it must be tendered for 
transmission as a parcel, and should bear the words "Parcels Post," — which 
should be clearly written in tlie left-hand top corner. 

Every Post Office is open to the public for Parcels Post business on week 
days during the same hours as for general postal business. No Parcels Post 
business is, as a rule, transacted in England or Ireland on Simdays, Christmas 
Days, and Good Fridays ; nor in Scotland on Sundays and Sacramental Fast 
Days, but there will in most cases be a delivery on Christmas Day. 
The size allowed for an Inland Postal Parcel is — 

Greatest length, - - - - - 3 ft. 6 in. 

Greatest length and girth combined, - - - 6 ft. in. 

For example — 
A parcel measuring 3 ft. 6 in. in its longest dimensions may measure as 

much as 2 ft. 6 in. in girth, i.e., round its thickest part ; or — 
A shorter parcel may be thicker ; thus, if it measure no more than 3 ft. 
in length, it may measure as much as 3 ft. in girth, i.e., round its 
thickest part. 
The most convenient mode of measuring is by means of a tape 6 ft. long, 
having the length of 3 ft. 6 in. marked thereon. So much of the tajje as is 
aot used in measuring the length is the measure of the maxim girth per- 
The rates of Postage are — for a Parcel — 

Not exceeding 1 lb. in weight, - - - - 3d. 

Exceeding 1 lb. and not exceeding 3 lbs. , - - 6d. 

„ 3 lbs. „ „ 5 lbs., - - 9d. 

,, 5 lbs. „ „ 7 lbs., - - IsOd. 

No parcel is accepted which weighs more than 7 lbs., or is not sufficiently 
paid. The postage must, in all cases, he 'paid in advance, and by ordinary 
postage stamps, which must be affixed by the sender before tendering a parcel 
for transmission by Parcels Post at a Post Office. 

Parcels must not be posted in a letter-box, but must be taken into a Post 
Office and handed over the counter. Care must be taken that every parcel 
jbears a clear address. 

Post Cards. 

Official Post Cards, impressed with a haWpenny stamp ; — double or reply 
Post Cards impressed with a halfpenny stamp on each portion of them, — and 
jrivate Cards impressed at the Office of Inland Eevenue with halfpenny 
itamps, — may be transmitted between places in the United Kingdom with 
etters printed or written upon the back. Adhesive stamps are not accepted in 
payment of the postage. 

The front (or stamped) side is for the address only, in addition to the words 
printed thereon. Nothing else must be written, printed, or otherwise im- 
oressed on it or the stamp. On the reverse side any communication, whether 
^f the nature of a letter or otherwise, may be written or printed. Nothing 


■whatever may be attached ; nor may the card be folded, cut, or otherwise 
altered. If any on6 of these rules be infringed, the card will be charged Id 
on delivery. 

No card other than one of those issued by the Government, or a private card 
impressed with a halfpenny stamp at the Office of the Inland Revenue, will pass 
Tinder a haKpenny stamp, if it bear on it a communication of the nature of a 
letter (unless it be a circular letter as defined above). 

Post Cards are sold at 7d per dozen ; superior quality, 8d. 

Double or reply Post Cards are sold at Is 2d per dozen ; superior quality, / 
Is 4d. 


The fee for registering a letter, newspaper, or book-packet, is twopence, and 
this registration fee and the postage must be prepaid, except on official letters 
for Government Offices in London, Dublin, or Edinburgh, which may be 
registered on prepayment, in stamps, of the registration fee only. 

No article addressed to initials or to a fictitious name can be registered, 
unless it be addressed to the care of a person or firm. 

Every article presented for registration must be enclosed in a strong enve- 
lope, securely fastened. If the article contains money, it must, in order to 
gain the benefit of the guarantee described in the last paragraph under this 
heading, be enclosed in a Registered Letter Envelope sold by the Post Office ; 
and if coins are sent, they must on no account be put in loose, but must be 
packed and enclosed in such a way as to move about as little as possible. 

Every article to be registered must be given to an agent of the Post Office, 
and a receipt obtained for it ; and it should on no account be dropped into a 
letter-box. If, contrary to this rule, an article marked "Registered" be 
dropped into a letter-box, it will, if directed to anyplace in the United Kingdom, 
be liable to a registration fee of 8d, instead of the ordinary fee of 2d. 

The loss of a registered article (as it can be traced through its whole course) 
is a rare occurrence. Nevertheless large sums of money or other articles of great 
value should not be sent through the post, even if registered ; as the machinery 
of the Department is not arranged with a view to such transmissions. If sent 
unregistered, valuable articles are exposed to risk ; consequently Inland letters 
or packets which contain coin, watches, or jewellery, if posted without regis- 
tration, are subjected to registration, and are charged on delivery with a fee 
of eightpence in addition to the ordinary postage. If they cannot be registered 
in time to be forwarded by the Mail for which they are posted, they are 
detained for the next despatch. 

By law the Postmaster General is not responsible for the safe delivery of 
registered articles ; but henceforth he will be prepared to make good the con- 
tents of a registered article lost while passing through the Post to the extent of 
£2, in certain cases, provided that the sender duly observed all the conditions 
of registration ; that the article was securely enclosed in a reasonably strong 
cover ; and, if it contained money, that it was enclosed in one of the Regis- 
tered Letter Envelopes sold by the Post Office ; that application was made 
to the Secretary of the Post Office immediately the loss was discovered ; and 
that the Postmaster General, whose decision shall be final, is satisfied that the] 
loss occurred while the article was in the custody of the British Post OfficeJ 
and was not caused by any fault on the part of the sender. | 


The rates of postage on letters for Foreign Countries and the Colonies willl! 
be found in the Table of Foreign and Colonial Postage at page 89. 

Letters posted unpaid, or insufficiently paid, to any country where payment 
is compulsory, are returned to the writers. 


Letters posted unpaid, or insufficiently paid, for Australia, New Zealand, 
Cape Colony, or Natal, are charged 6d each in addition to the deficient postage. 

Unpaid letters addressed to countries in the Postal Union are charged double 
the prepaid rate, and those partially prepaid are charged with double the 

No letter for a colony or foreign country may exceed 2 feet in length or 1 
foot in width or depth. 

No letters containing gold or silver money, jewellery, or precious articles, or 
anything liable to customs duties, can be sent, even if registered, to any country 
of the Postal Union. 

Foreign and Colonial Newspapers. 

The rates of postage to Foreign countries and the Colonies on newspapers 
registered for transmission abroad will be found in the Table of Foreign and 
Colonial Postage, page 89. Each newspaper is liable to a separate rate of post- 
age, whether sent singly or in a packet, and if above 4 oz. in weight, it is liable 
to two rates of postage ; and so on. 

All publications registered for transmission abroad "^must be posted within 
eight days from the date of publication, including that day ; and any newspaper 
posted more than eight days after the date of j)ublication, as well as any un- 
registered publication, must be prepaid at the book rates of postage. 

The collected numbers issued during the month of a weekly or fortnightly 
publication are not allowed to pass as a monthly publication. 

Book Post. 
Articles which may be sent to places abroad under the Book Post Regulations 
consist of two classes, as follows : — 

(a) " Commercial Papers," under which are comprised all papers or docu- 
ments written or drawn wholly or partly by hand (except letters or com- 
munications in the nature of letters, or other papers or documents having 
the character of an actual and personal correspondence), documents of 
legal procedure, Deeds drawn up by public functionaries, copies of or 
extracts from Deeds under private seal (and whether written or printed 
on stamped or unstamped paper), Way Bills, Bills of Lading, Invoices, 
and other documents of a mercantile character, documents of Insurance 
and other public compaiues, all kinds of manuscript music, the manu- 
script of books and other literary works, and other papers of a simUar 

(b) " Printed Papers," including periodical works, books (stitched or bound), 
pamphlets, sheets of music (printed), visiting cards, address cards, proofs 
of printing (wither witlioutthe manuscript relating thereto), engravings, 
photographs (when not on glass or in frames containing glass), drawings, 
plans, maps, catalogues, prospectuses, announcements, and notices of 
various kinds, whether printed, engraved, or lithographed, and in general 
all impressions or copies obtained upon paper, parchment, or card-board 
by means of printing, lithographing, or any other mechanical process 
easy to recognise, except the copying press, and anything usually at- 
tached or appurtenant to any of the before-mentioned articles in the 
way of binding, mounting, or otherwise, and anything convenient for 

1 their safe transmission by post which shall be contained in the same 

packet ; also printed, engraved, or lithographed circulars, notwith- 
standing that such circulars may be letters or communications in the 
mature of a letter. 
The two classes are subject to the same rates of postage, except that when 
addressed to countries in the Postal Union the minimum rate for Commercial 
Papers is higher than that for printed papers. If there be any mixture of 
she two in the same packet the whole packet is treated as Commercial Papers 


The rates of postage for Commercial Papers are the same as for printed 
Papers, except that the lowest charge for each packet is 2^(1, even if the 
packet weigh less than 2 oz. 

The rates of postage, which must be prepaid, on packets to places abroad 
are given, under the heading of Books, in the Table of Foreign and Colonial 
Postage, page 89. 

Patterns and Samples. 

There is a Pattern and Sample Post to Foreign Countries and the Colonies 
generally ; but it is restricted to honcifide trade patterns or sam2des of merchan- 
dise. Goods sent for sale, or in execution of an order (however small the 
quantity may be), or any articles sent by one private individual to another 
which are not actually patterns or samples, are not admissible. 

No article liable to Custom Duties can be sent as a sample or pattern. 

The rates for Patterns are the same as for Books, except that the lowest 
cliarge is Id for a packet addressed to any of the countries to which the post- 
age is Jd per 2 oz. for Books. 

FoEEiGN and Colonial Post Caeds. 

Post Cards for abroad vnth impressed stamps of Id, IJd, and 2d each are sold 
at those rates, and are transmissible to all the countries of the Postal Union 
without extra charge. 

Reply Post Cards for certain places abroad are also issued, those with a Id 
stamj) impressed on each half, price 2d ; those with a l^d stamp on each 
half, price 3d ; and those vrith a 2d stami) on each half, price 4d. 

The regulations relating to Inland Post Cards apiply also to Cards posted for 
places abroad, except that the latter, when these regulations are infringed, are 
not forwarded. 

Miscellaneous Regulations and Suggestions. 

Tlie Post Office is not, by law, responsible for any loss or inconvenience 
whichmay arise from the non-delivery, mis-sending, or mis-deUvery of anyletter, 
book, or other postal packet (even if the packet be registered), nor is the Post 
Office responsible for any injury which a packet may sustain during its trans- 

To guard against such injury all postal packets which are likely to suffer 
from stamping or from great pressure should be placed in strong covers ; and 
even with this precaution no fragile article should be sent through the Post. 
It should be remembered that every packet has to be handled several times ; 
that it is exposed to considerable pressure and friction in the mail bag ; and 
that whenever the bag has in the course of its transmission to be transferred 
by means of the railway apparatus, the risk of injury is much increased. 

Postmasters are not allowed to return any letter or other ^jacket to the writer 
or sender, or to any one else, or to delay forwarding it to its destination accord- 
ing to the address, even though a request to such eif ect be written thereon. 

Neither money nor any other article of considerable value ought ever to be 
sent through the Post, except by means of a money or postal order, or in a 
registered letter. Any person who sends money or jewellery otherwise, not 
only runs a risk of losing his property, but exposes to temptation every one 
through whose hands his letter passes. 

To facilitate the delivery of letters, a Letter-box should be affixed to every 

Monet Oedees. 

When applying for Money Orders, the public should use the printed " Appli- 
cation Forms," which are supplied gratuitously at all Money Order Offices, 


The commission on Inland Money Orders is :- 


For sums under 10s., - 



sums of £6 and under £7, 


,, of 10s and under £2, 


)> >) £7 5, ,, £8, 


„ £2 „ „ £3, 


„ £8 „ „ £9, 


„ £3 „ „ £4, 


„ £9 „ „ £10, 


„ £4 „ „ £5, 


,,£10 - 


„ £5 „ „ £6, 


No order may contain a fractional part of a penny. 
The ai^plicant must furnish, in fuU, the surname and at least the initial of 
one Christian name, both of the remitter and the payee, together with the 
remitter's address. In the case of Foreign Orders the full address of the payee 
must be given ; and if the Order be payable to a native in British India, the 
Tribe or Caste, and the Father's name must also be furnished. 
Exceptions. — 1st. The remitter of an Inland Order may direct at the time 
of issue, that the Order be crossed like a cheque thus, & Co., and thus be 
payable only through a Bank. In that case he may give or withhold the 
name of the payee. The designation of the Bank need not be furnished. 
2d. If the remitter or payee be a peer or a bishop, his ordinary title is suffi- 
3d. The usual designation of a firm is sufficient, exce]3t when a company 
trades under a title which does not consist of the names of the persons 
composmg it, as the "Carron Comjjany," but even a designation of this 
natui-e may be accepted provided the Order be crossed for presentation 
through a Bank. 
The holder of an Inland Money Order may direct, by crossing it, that the 
order be paid tlirough a Bank, even though its payment was not originally so 

Money Orders are issued in the United Kingdom on the following Foreign 
countries, British possessions, Agencies, and Colonies, at the rates of commis- 
sion shown below : — 

Foreign Countries. — Belgium, Denmark, Danish West Indies, Dutch East Indian 
Possessions, Egypt, France, German Empire, Holland, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Norway, 
Portugal, Sweden, Svidtzerland, United States. British Agencies. — Gibraltar, Malta, 
Constantinople, Smyrna, Panama. British Possessions and Colonies. — Aden, Belize, 
British Columbia, British Guiana, Cajje of Good Hope, Canada, Ceylon, Cyprus, 
Falkland Islands, Gambia, Gold Coast, Heligoland, Hong- Kong (with an agency at 
Shanghai), India (including agencies at Bagdad, Bandor Abas, Bushire Busrah, Guadur, 
Jask, Linga, Muscat, and Zanzibar), Lagos, Mauritius, Natal, New Bnanswick, New- 
foundland, New South Wales, New Zealand, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, 
Queensland, St. Helena, Seychelle Islands, Sierra Leone, South Australia, Straits 
Settlements, Tasmania, Victoria, West Indies, Western Australia. For sums not 
exceedmg £2— 6d ; £5— Is ; £7— Is 6d ; £10— 2a. 

Postal Orders. 
Postal Orders, for certain fixed sums from Is up to £1, are issued to the 
public at all Post Offices in the United Kingdom at which Money Order 
business is transacted. 

The following are the amounts for which Postal Orders are issued, together 
•with the Poundage payable in respect of each Order :- 

Amount of Order. 


Amount of Order. 


Is Od 


4s 6d 

- Id 

Is 6d 


5s Od 

- Id 

2s Od 


7s 6d 

- Id 

2s 6d 


lOs Od 

- Id 

3s Od 


10s 6d 

- Id 

3s 6d 


15s Od 

- Ud 

4s Od 


20s Od 

- l|d 

Broken amounts, biit not fractions of a penny, may be made up by the use of 


postage stamps not exceeding fivepence in value affixed on the hack of any one 
Postal Order. 

The person to whom a Postal Order is issued must, before parting with it, 
fill in the name of the person to whom the amount is to be paid, and may fill 
in the name of the Money Order Office at which the amount is to be paid. 
The person so named must, before payment can be made, sign the receipt at 
the foot of the Order, and must also fill in the name of the Money Order 
Office, if that has not been already done. 

Every person to whom a Postal Order is issued should keep a record of the 
number, date, and name of office of issue to facilitate enquiry if the order 
shoidd be lost. 

If a Postal Order be crossed " <& Go." payment will only be 

made through a Banker, and if the name of a Banker is added, payment will 
only be made through that Banker. 

Post Office Savings Bank. 

The Post Office Savings Bank is open for bank business during the same 
hours as for Money Orders. 

Deposits of one shilling, or of any number of shillings, or of pounds and 
shillings, may be made by any person at the Post Office Savings Banks, pro- 
vided that such depositor shall not make deposits amounting to more than 
£30 in any one year ending 31st December, or make any further deposit when 
the total amount standing to his credit has reached £150 exclusive of interest. 


Under the Government Annuities Act, 1882, Insurances may be effected for 
amounts not less than £5 and not more than £100 on one life ; and Annidties 
niay be purchased for amounts not less than £1 and not more than £100 on 
one life. 

The persons whose lives are insured, or to whom Annuities are granted by 
the Postmaster General, have direct Government security for the payment of 
the money, at the proper time. 

Forms of proposals for the Insurance of Lives and the Purchase of Anniu- 
ties, and all necessary information on these subjects, may be obtained at the 
Post Office. 

Post Office Telegbaphs.— Inland Telegrams. 

The charge for telegrams throughout the United Kingdom is Is for the 
first 20 words, and 3d for every additional five words or part of five words. 
The names and addresses of the sender and receiver are not counted. The 
public are required to affix the stamps to the message forms just as they are 
required to affix stamps to letters. 

"When the terminal office, i.e., the office situated nearest to the address, is , 
a Head Post Office, the amount paid for transmission covers the cost of delivery 
within one mile or within the town postal delivery of that office when the \ 
delivery extends for more than a mile. But when it is not a Head Post Office,, 
the message is delivered free within the limit of one mile only. 

"When the addressee resides beyond the free deUvery, porterage is charged 
at the rate of 6d per mile or part of a mile, provided the whole distance doe* 
not exceed three miles ; but the charge is calculated from the boundary of the 
district within which no porterage is levied. For instance, if the addressee's, 
residence is a mile and a quarter from the terminal office, and also beyond the 


town postal delivery, the charge for porterage would be 6d ; if the distance is 
above two miles and under three, Is. 

If the addressee resides at a greater distance than three miles from the 
terminal office, porterage is charged, for delivery by mounted messenger, at 
the rate of Is per mile (except in Ireland, where the charge usually is only 
8d per mde), the distance being reckoned from the office door. 


(Regulations founded upon the International Telegraph Convention.) 

1. Foreign telegrams are divided into three classes, — ordinary, code, and 
cypher. Ordinary telegrams are those composed of a series of words, or of 
words, figures, and letters conveying an intelligible meaning. 

2. Code telegrams are those composed of words, the context of which has 
DO intelligible meaning. Proper names are not allowed in the text of code 
telegrams, except in their natural sense. 

In European code telegrams any of the languages in use in Europe, or Latin, 
may be employed ; but no telegram may contain words of more than one 

In extra-European code telegrams, only English, French, German, Italian, 
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, and Latin, may be employed ; but words of any 
or all of these languages will be allowed in one and the same telegram. 

3. Cypher telegrams are those containing series or groups of figures or letters 
baving a secret meaning ; or words not to be found in a standard dictionary of 
the language. The portion in cypher must be composed exclusively of figures 
or exclusively of letters. 

Cypher telegrams written in letters are not accepted for extra-European 

4. The address of the receiver must be paid for, and must not consist of less 
|than two words, a name and a town. Example : Hercules, Bombay. 

5. The address of the sender is charged for, if transmitted ; if not to be 
transmitted, it must be written at the foot of the form. 

i 6. In European telegrams the maximum length allowed for a single word is 
15 letters ; in extra-Eiiropean telegrams 10 letters ; any additional letters being 
counted and charged for as extra words at the rate of 15 or 10 letters respec- 
tively to the word. 

7. Subject to the limit imposed by rule 6, ordinary compound words and 
names of persons and places, &c., written without break or interruption, are 
counted as single words. If joined by a hyphen, or separated by an apostrophe, 
or other sign of punctuation, they are counted as so many separate words. 

Words incorrectly spelled, so as to reduce the number of letters below the 
maximum, or words incorrectly joined together, contrary to the usage of the 
language, cannot be accepted as single words. 

8. Every separate letter or figure is charged for as one word, and in Euro- 
pean telegrams every group of five figures or letters is counted as one word, 
larger groups being counted at the rate of five figures or letters to a word, plus 
one word for any excess. In extra-European telegrams groups of figures or 
letters are counted at the rate of three to a word, plus one word for any excess. 
Bars of division, decimal points, and stops used in the formation of numbers 
are counted as figures. Letters added to figures to form ordinal numbers are 
counted as figures. 

* For rates, see next page. 


EuKOPBAN Telegrams. — From any part of the United Kingdom. 

Algeria each word Os 4d 

Greek Islands— each word] 


iissia-in-Europe ea.w 









'' I 






t 1 






5J 1 

















Turkey in Europe 






TurkeyinAsia— Seap'tsO lOJ 





Do. Inland 1 






Turkish Islands— 

Greek Islands — Andros, 



Candia or Crete 



Kythnos, Tinos 







Ceplialonia, Hydra, 





Itliaca ... 




Rhodes and Samos 




Russia (Caucasus) 


Scio, or Chios,or Chic 


Extka-European Telegrams. 

Aden 3 




Rhode Island 


Alabama 2 





Russia inAsia—lstReg. 1 


Arkansas 2 





2d Region 



Argentine Republic 10 




St Vincent, C.deVerde4 

Beloochistau ... 4 







Bolivia 13 


Mexico — Matamoraa 



South Australia ... 



Brazil 9 

Vera Cruz 


South Carolina ... 



Burmah (Independent) 5 








California 2 








Canada 2 







Cape Breton ... 2 

Missouri — St Louis 






Cape Colony ... 9 


Other places ... 



Uruguay — M'teVideo 



Ceylon 4 






2 10 

Chili 10 





Vancouver's Island 



China — Arnoy, Hong 

Natal — Durban ... 





Kong, and Shanghai 8 


Other places ... 

8 11 




Cochin Ciiina ... 7 








Colorado Territory 2 





Washington Territory 2 


Columbia, District of 2 


New Brunswick ... 


Western Australia 



Columbia, British 3 





Cuba— Havana 



Connecticut ... 2 

New Hampshire ... 





Delaware 2 


New Jersey 




4 10 

Egypt — Alexandria 1 


New Mexico 



Other places ... 



Cairo & other Sta'ns, 

New South Wales 






Lower Egypt 1 


New York— N.York City 

.Porto Rico 

10 11 

Souakim ... 2 


and Brooklyn 


"St Thomas 


Khartoum ... 2 


Other places ... 



S St Croix 



Other Sta'ns, Up.Egp. 2 

New Zealand 






Florida — Lake City 2 


North Carolina ... 



25 Antigua 


Pensacola, St Mark's 2 


Nova Scotia 


" Guadaloupe 



Talahassee ... 2 





B Dominica 



Other places ... 3 


Orange Free State 




12 10 

Georgia 2 





^ St Lucia 



Illinois 2 





St Vincent 



India (w.of Chittagong) 4 


Colon, or Aspinwall 






Do. (east do. )4 








Indian Territory ... 2 








Indiana 2 







Iowa 2 


Persian Gulf— Bushir 

e 2 


Berbice (B. Guiana) 16 


Japan 9 


All other Stations 



Wisconsin(Milwaukee) 2 


Java 6 


Peru— Arequipa ... 



Other places ... 



Kansas 2 


Callao and Lima 



2 10 

Kentucky 2 








Louisiana 2 


Prince Edward's Isl'd 

. 2 

Madeira 1 



10 10 




In this Table the Book rate for 2 oz. is given, hut to those countries to which the rate 

is 2d for 2 oz., 1 oz. can be sent for Id. 

Abbreviations.— alt. alternate; ea. mp. each month; ev. every; E. evening, or the 

5.55 p.m. Mail; M. morning, or the 2.30 p.m. Mail; Mon. Monday; Tu. Tuesday; Wed. 

Wednesday; Th. Thur. Thursday; Fri. Friday; Sat. Saturday; ex. exceeding. 

Single Rate | 








Despatched from 

Due at 













s. d. 




E, every Thursday 

Every Tuesday 




Africa (West Coast of) ... 

E, every Thursday 

Every Friday 





See Egypt 


Twice daily 

Twice daily 




M, 1st and 16th ea. month 

13th and 29th ea. mo. 



Argentine Republic, via 

Southampton ... 

M, 23 and last day ea. mo. 

6th and 16th each mo. 



„ by French Pkt. 

E, 2d and 17th each mo. 

7th and 22d each mo. 



„ via Liverpool . . 

M, 1st July & ev. alt. Tues. 




Seethesev. Colonies undei 

respective headings. 


Twice daily 

Twice daily 




Twice daily 

Twice daily 




E, every Friday 



Barbadoes, via S'hampton 

M, 1st and 16th ea. mo. 

13th and 29th ea. mo.'O 4 


„ via Liverpool 

E, 3d and 23d each mo. 




Twice daily 

Twice daily 




Twice daily 

Twice daily 




See British Guiana 

Bermuda, via Halifax ... 

M, 17 July & ev. 4th Thur. 

9th July &ev.4thWed. 



„ via New York 

M, 10 July & ev. alt. Thurs. 
and following Saturday 




E, every Thursday 

every Tuesday 

n 2^ 


Bolivia, via S"hampton .. 

M, 1st and 16th each mo. 

I3th and 29th ea. rao. 



„ by French Pkt.. 

E, 3d and 22d each mo. 



„ via Liverpool . . 

M, 8th July & ev. alt. Tues. 




E, every Thursday 

Every Friday 



Brazil, via Southampton 

M, 8, 23, & last day ea. mo. 

1st & 17th ea. month 




„ via Liverpool 

JI, 15 July & ev. alt. Tues. 



,, by French Packet 

E, 17th each month 

7th and 22d ea. mo. 



British Guiana, by B. Pkt 

M, 1st and 16th ea. mo. 

13th & 29th ea. month 



„ by French Pkt. 

E, 18th each month 

14th each month 



Buenos Ayres 

See Argentine Republic 



Twice daily 





See Egypt 



M, ev. Tues., Thur., & Sat. 

Three times a-week 






M, ev. Tues., Thur., & Sat. 

Every Tues. and Sat. 




Cape Colony 

E, every Wednesday 

Every Saturday 




Ceylon, via Brindisi 

E, 10 July & ev. alt. Thur. 

loJuly&ev. alt.Tues. 5 




by French Pkt.... 

E, 3 July <fe ev. alt. Thur. 

OthJuly&ev.alt.Wed. 5 




Chili, via Southampton... 

M, 1st and 16th each mo. 

13th and 29th ea. mo. 




,, by French Packet 

E, 3d and 22d each mo. 




,, via Liverpool 

M, 8th July & ev. alt.Tues. 




China, via Brindisi 

E, 10 July <S;ev. alt. Thur. 






„ by French Packet 

E, 3 July & ev. alt. Thurs. 

9th July<fc ev.alt.Wed. 











Cuba, via United States... 

M, ev. Tues., Thurs.,<Sc Sat. 



„ by British Packet 

M, 1st each month 

29th each month 




„ by French Packet 

E, 18th each month 

14th each month 




E, every Thursday 

Every Tuesday 




Twice daily 

Twice daily 





Single Rate 



of Postage for 





Despatched from 

Due at 



J3 5J 





!2; 3 


3. d. 



Egypt, by Italian Packet 

M, every Monday 

Every Tuesday 




„ by French Packet 

M, every Tuesday 

Every Wednesday 



„ by British Packet 

E, every Thursday 

Every Tuesday 



France and Algeria 

Twice daily 

Twice daily 




Twice daily 





Twice daily 

Twice daily 




Twice daily 





E, Men., Wed., and Fri. 

Tues., Thurs., & Sat. 



Grey Town 

M, 16th each mo. 

13th each month 



Guadaloupe, via S'mpton. 

M, 1st and 16th each mo. 

13th & 29th ea. mo. 



by French Pkt. 

E, 3d, 18th, & 22d ea. mo. 

14, 23, & 26th ea. mo. 



Hamburg and Hanover ... 

Twice daily 

Twice daily 



Hayti, via Southampton 

M, 1st and 16th ea. mo. 

13th and 29th ea. mo. 



„ by French Packet 

E, 18th each month 

14th each month 



Honduras (British) 

E, 9 July & ev. 3 Wed., <fc 
18 July & ev. 3 Frid. 

16 July & ev. alt. Mon. 



„ (Republic) ... 

M, Ist and 16th ea. mo. 



Hong Kong, via Brindisi 

E, 10 July <fc ev. alt. Thurs. 

15 July iSe ev.alt.Tues. 




by French Pkt. 

E, 3 July & ev. alt. Thurs. 

9July&ev.alt. Wed. 





E, every Thursday 

Every Tuesday 




Ionian Islands 

E, Mond., Wed., & Thnr. 

Tuesday <fc Saturday 




Twice daily 

Twice daily 



Jamaica, viaSouthampton 

M, 1st & 16th each month 

13th and 29th ea. mo. 



by French Pkt. 

E, 18th each month 

14th each month 



Japan, via Brindisi 

E, 10 July & ev. alt. Thnr. 

15 July<fc ev.alt.Tues. 




„ by French Pkt. 

E, 3 July & ev. alt. Thurs. 

9 July &ev. alt. Wed. 




Java, via Brindisi 

Same as Japan. 

Same as Japan 




„ by French Pkt. ... 







E, every Wed. and Frid. 

Ev. Tu., Thnr., & Sat. 




E, 7 July & ev. alt. Mon. 



Madagascar (St Mary) ... 

Same as Mauritius 

Same as Mauritius 



„ other parts 






E, every Wed. <fe Thurs. 

Every Mon. and Fri. 




E, ev. Tues., Thurs., <fe Fri. 





M, 26 July ii ev. 4th Sat. 

7 July & ev. 4th Mon. 



Mexico, via Southampton 

M, 1st each month 

29th each month 



„ by French Pkt. 

E. 18th each month 

14th each month 



„ from New York... 

M, abt. 10, 20,& 




Twice daily 




Monte Video, via Southa. 

Same as Uruguay 

Same as Uruguay 



„ via Liverpool... 





„ by French Pkt 






Natal, by Cape Packet ... 

E, every Wednesday 

Every Saturday 



New Brunswick 

M, ev. Tues., Thurs,, & Sat. 




M, 1st July <fc ev. alt. Tues. 




N. S. Wales, via S. Franc'o 

M, 17 July & ev. 4th Thurs. 

5th July & ev. 4th Sat. 



„ via Brindisi .. 

E, every Thursday- 

Every Tuesday 



N. Zealand, via S. Franc'o. 

Same as N. S. Wales 

Same as N. S. Wales 



„ via Brindisi ... 






M, 16th each month 

14th each month 




Twice daily 




Nova Scotia 

M, ev. Tues., Th., & Sat. 



Old Calabar 

E, every Thursday 

Every Friday 



Panama, via S'hampton... 

M, 1st and 16th each mo. 

ISth and 29th ea. mo. 







Despatched from 

Due at 

Single Kate 
of Postage for 

S <o 
S ■a 


Panama, by French Pkt. 
,, from New York 

Paraguay, via S'hampton 

„ by French Pkt. 

Penang, via Bi'indisi 

Fern, via Southampton ... 

„ by French Packet 

„ from New York ... 

,, via Liverpool 
Phillippine Islands 

„ by French Pkt. 
Porto Rico, via Southam. 

„ by French Pkt. 


Prince Edward's Island, 
Queensland, via S. Francis. 

„ via Brindisi ... 




St Domingo 

St Thomas, via Southam. 

„ by French Packet 






Surinam, via Southampton 

„ by French Pkt. 




Tahiti, via San Francisco 
Ta3mania,via S. Francisco 

„ via Brindisi 


Trinidad, by British Pkt. 

„ by French Pkt. 

„ via Liverpool ... 


United States , 

iUruguay, via Southamp. 

„ via Liverpool.., 

„ by French Pkt 
Vancouver's Island 
Venezuela, via Southamp. 

„ via Liverpool 

„ by French Pkt. 
IVictoria, via Brindisi ... 

„ via San Francisco 

E, 3d and 22d each mo. 
About 10th, 20th, and 30th 

each month 

M,' 8th & 23d each month 
E, 2d and 17th each mo. 
E, 10th July & ev. alt. Th. 
M, 1st and 16th each mo. 
E, 3d and 22d each mo. 
About 10th, 20th, and 30th 

each month 
E,15thJuly &ev.alt.Tues. 

>- Same as China 

M, 1st and 16th ea. month 

E, 18th each month 


M, ev. Tues., Thurs., & Sat, 

M, 17th July & er. 4th Th. 

E, every Thursday 


Twice daily 

Twice daily 

M, 1st and 16th ea. month 

M, 1st and 16th ea. month 

E, 18th each month 

M, ev. Wed., cfcE, ev. Sat. 

Same as China 

E, every Wed. and Frl. 

Twice daily 

See Egypt 

M, 1st and 16th each mo. 

E, 3d <fc 18th each month 

Twice daily 

Twice daily 

E, ev. Mon. & ev. alt. Thur, 

II. ev. Tues., Thurs.. & Sat. 

M, 17th July & ev. 4th Th. 

E, every Thursday 

E, every Mon. and Wed. 

M, 1st and 16th each mo. 

E, 3d and 22d each mo. 

E, 3d each month 

E, every Tues. & Friday 

M, ev. Tues., Th., <fc Sat. 

M, 1st & 23d each month 

M, 15th July & ev. alt. Tues. 

E, 2d and 17th each mo 

See Canada 

M, 16th each month 

E, 3d and 23d each mo. 

E, 3d, 18th, & 22d ea. mo. 

E, every Thursday 

M, 17th July <fc ev. 4th Th 

E, 17tU July <fc ev. 4th Th 

18th and 26th ea. mo. 

6th & 16th each mo. 
8th and 23d ea. mo. 
15th July & ev.alt.Tue. 
13th and 29th ea. mo. 

13th and 29th ea. mo. 
14th each month 

5th July <fc ev. 4th Sat. 

Every Tuesday 




13th and 29th ea. mo. 

13th and 29th ea. mo. 

14th each month 

Every Monday 

Ev. Tues., Th., <fc Sat. 

13th and 29th ea. mo. 
14th each month 

Twice daily 
Every Tuesday 

5th July & ev. 4th'sat. 
Every Tuesday 

13th and 29th ea. mo, 
23d each month 

Three times a-week 
6th and 16th each mo. 

8th and 23d each mo. 

23d and 26th ea. mo. 
Every Tuesday 
5th July &ev. 4th Sat. 

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* 90 King Street, do., 
*128 Hilltown, do., 
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*242 Perth Road, do., 

* 68 Blackscroft, do., 

* 57 Hawkhill, do., 

* 28 Dundonald Street, do., 
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1 Tay Street (North), do., 

Hilltown (Foot of), do., 

44 Dock Street, do., 

Carolina Port, do., 

Ann Street, at top of William St., 

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75 Annfield Road, do., 

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List op Countkies which, in addition to Great Britain, are 
comprised in the postal union. 

Class A. — Austria-Hungary, Azores, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada (Domin- 
ion of), Canary Islands, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Gibraltar, 
Greece, Italy, Luxemburg, Madeira, Malta, Marquesas Islands, Montenegro, 
Netherlands, Newfoundland, Norway, Persia, via Vienna or the Black Sea, 
Portugal, Roumania, Russia, St Pierre-et-Miquelon, Servia, Spain, Sweden, > 
Switzerland, Tahiti, Turkey, United States. 

Class B. — Antigua, Argentine Republic, Bahamas, Barbadoes, Bermuda, 
Brazil, British Guiana, British Honduras, Ceylon, Chili, Costa Rica ; Danish 
Colonies, viz. — Greenland, St Croix, St John, and St Thomas ; Dominica, 
Dominican Republic (San Domingo), Eucador, Falkland Islands; French 
Colonies, viz. — Martinique, Guadaloupe and dei^endencies, French Guiana 
(Cayenne), Senegal and dependencies, Gaboon (also Grand Bassam and 
Assinie), Reunion, Mayotte and dependencies, St Mary (Madagascar), New 
Caledonia and dependencies, the French portion of the Low Archipelago, 
and the French Establishments in India (PondicMry, Chandernagor, 
Karikal, Make, and Yanaon) and in Cochin China ; Gambia, Gold Coast, 
Grenada, Grenadines, Guatemala, Hawaiian Islands, Hayti, Honduras 
(Republic of). Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Japan, Labuan, Lagos, 
Liberia, Mauritius and dependencies, Mexico, Montserrat ; Netherland 
Colonies, viz. — Dutch Guiana (Surinam), Curagoa and dependencies, viz. — 
Bonaire, Aruba, the Netherland portion of St Martin, St Eustache, Saba, 
Java, Madura, Sumatra, Celebes, Borneo (except North-west part), Billiton, 
Archipelago of Banca, Archipelago of Riomv, Sunda Islands (Bali, Lomhok, 
Sumbawa, Floris, and the South-ivest part of Timor), the Archipelago of the 
Moluccas, and the NoHh-ivest part of New Guinea (Papua) ; Nevis, Nicaragua, 
Paraguay, Persia, via the Persian Gulf, Peru ; Portugese Colonies, viz. — Goa and 
its dependencies (Damao and Diu), Macao, Timor, Cape de Verd and dependen- 
cies (Bissau and Cacheu), Ambrizette, Islands of St Thomas and Prince (in 
Africa), with the Establishment of Ajuda, Mozambique, and Angola ; St Kitts, 
St Lucia; St Vincent, West Indies ; Salvador, Sierra Leone ; Spanish Colonies, 
viz. — Cuba, Porto Rico, Fernando Po, Annobon and dependencies, Philippine 
Islands, and Marian Islands ; Straits Settlements, Tobago, Tortola, Trinidad, 
Turk's Island, United States of Colombia, Uruguay, Venezuela. 

Tlie rates of postage for correspondence posted in the United Kingdom 
addressed to the above countries are as follows : — 

For a 




For a 

For a 


For a 

per 2 oz. 




For Patterns. 

For Countries in Class A 

For Countries in Class B 
which are not printed 
in italics, and for 
Hong Kong, Japan, 
and New Caledonia, 
via San Francisco. 

For Countries in Class 
B which are printed 
in italics, via Brindisi 

Do. by French Packet 
(except India). 


I 5d 





Id per 
i oz. 

IW per 
4 oz. 

IJd per 
4 oz. 




Same as for 
Printed Pa- 
pers, except 
that the low- 
est charge for 
each packet 
is 2Jd in all 

Same as for 
Printed Pa- 
pers, except 
that as regards 
those coun- 
tries where thO'-' 
postage is a' 
halfpenny pet. 
2 oz., the low- 
est charge is 

( 97 


Abbot, Alexander, sack and bag maker, 51 Cowgate ; house, 19 
Abbot, Alexander, stevedore, 12 Glebe street 
Abbot, Alexander, carter, 53 Milnbank road 
Abbot, David, mechanic, 5 Catherine street 
Abbot, George, rigger, 11 Catherine street 
Abbot, James, photographer, 57 Constitution road ; li. 59 
Abbot, James, mechanic, 4 Ben vie road 

Abbot, Peter H., accountant, 4 Rl. Exchange pi. ; h. 2 Roxburgh ter. 
Abbot, Wm., cabinetmaker, 42 King st. and 17 King's rd. ; A.46 King's rd. 
Abbot, William, sack and bag maker, 96 Blackness rd. ; y^. 11 Annfield row 
jAbbot, Mrs Alexander, 22 Annfield road 
lAbbot, Mrs David, confectioner, 80 Blackscroft 

Abbot, Mrs, vrool and fancy goods, smallware, and furnishing ware- 
house, 100 Nethergate 
Abbot, Mrs, manglekeeper, 86 Cowgate 
Abbot, Mrs, 6 Annfield row 

Abbot, Miss E. M., dress and mantle maker, 19 Cowgate 
Aberdeenshire Meat Co. , wholesale and retail butchers, 20Wellgate, 31 A 
Hawkhill, 3 Polepark, 8 Glebe street, 34 Ann street, and 286 Hill- 
town ; also 6 Bank street, Lochee. 
iAberdein, James, cabinetmaker, 27 Charles street 
iA.berdein, James, cloth inspector, 133 Victoria road 

.\berdein, James, shore porter, 141 Blackscroft 

A.dam, Chas., hay and straw merch., 7 Small's wynd ; li. 41 Park wynd 

Adam, Charles, mechanic, 14 James street 

Adam, David, of John Adam & Sons, 37 Rosebank street 

A.dam, David, bootmaker, 162 Hilltown ; h. 160 

Idam, George, flax inspector, Ellen place, 19 Lyon street 

A.dam, Jas., grocer and wine mercht. , 25 Hilltown ; h. 23 St Andrew's st. 

idam, James, dairyman, 7 Willison street 

idam, James, porter, 90 Dens road 

idam, James, clerk, Dundee Gas Commission ; h. 18 Meadowside 

idam, Jane, dressmaker, 1 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Mam, John, of Halket & Adam, Magdalen place 

kdam, John, & Sons, plasterers, 15 Park lane 

Idam, John, of John Adam & Sons, 37 Rosebank street 

idam, John, joiner, 40 Dallfield walk 

Ldam, John, grocer and wine mercht., 183 Hawkhill ; h. 19 Elsinore pi. 

idam, John, clerk, 19 Cowgate ; h. Magdalen place 

Ldam, John, porter, 172 Ann street 

vdam, Robert, lock and hinge maker, 31 Overgate ; h. 51 High street 

.dam, Robert, calenderworker, 48 Blackscroft 

.dam, Robert, watchman, 102 Caldrum street 
dam, Thomas, clerk, Angus Jute Works ; /;. 13 Victoria street 
dam, William, of John Adam & Sons, 101 Hilltown 
■idam, William, agent. Prudential Assurance Co., 18 Dens brae 
1 dam, William, shoemaker, 40 Caldrum street 


Adam, Mrs, stationer and tobacconist, 29 Lochee road 
Adams, Alexander, ironmonger and fancy goods merchant, 121a Hawk- 
hill ; h. Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 
Adams, Charles, salesman, 66 Albert street 
Adams, Charles, late seaman, 40 Dura street 
Adams, David, seaman, 24 Todburn lane 
Adams, George R., of Adie & Adams, 1 Kemback street 
Adams, George, bootcloser, 8 Bank street 
ADAMS, HENRY, glove manufacturer, hosier, shirtmaker, &c., 5 High 

street ; h. 3 Windsor street. See Advertisement 
Adams, James, blacksmith, 16 Crescent lane 
Adams, James, grocer and wine merchant, 9 Constitution street ; h. 2 

East Somerville place 
Adams, James, general dealer, 9 Dallfield walk 
Adams, James Duncan, of J. D. Adams & Co., potato farmer and 

merchant, 42 Reform st. ; 7i. Lundie castle, and 84 Commercial st. 
Adams, J. D., & Co., clothiers and men's mercers, 42 Reform street 
Adams, Peter, watchmaker, 20 Albert street ; h. 30 Raglan street 
Adams, Robert, inspector, Forfarshire Constabulary, Courthouse 

buildings ; h. 30 Raglan street 
Adams, Robert, calenderworker, 23 Kinloch street 
Adams, Robert, joiner, 1 Graham place 
Adams, Thomas, ironmonger, plumber, and gasfitter, 205 Overgate ; h. 

3 Roslin terrace 
Adams, Thos. P. , stationer and tobacconist, 1 Walton st. ; h. 2 Urquhart st. 
Adams, Mrs D., Rustic place, 69a Constitution road 
Adams, Mrs Jane, spiritdealer, 12 Castle lane ; h. 33 Castle street 
Adams, Mrs Mary, lodgings, 7 Yeaman shore 
Adams, Mrs Peter, 32 Princes street 
Adams, Mrs William, dressmaker, 133 Princes street 
Adams, Mrs, 56 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Adams, Miss Maggie, keeper of bookstall, T. B. Station; h. 19 Middle st. 
Adams, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 62 Princes street 
Adamson, Alex., of James Spence & Co., 13 Clarendon terrace 
Adamson, Alex., teacher of music, Sol-Fa Academy, 79 Commercial street 
Adamson, Rev. Alexander, Free Chapelshade ; h. 16 Albany terrace 
Adamson, Catherine, draper and milliner, 35 Victoria street 
Adamson, Chas. , produce broker, 9 Exchange street ; h. Forebank ter. 
Adamson, David, joiner, 1 Church street. Princes street 
Adamson, George, flesher, 5 Craig street 
Adamson, George, mason, 18 Annfield row 
Adamson, Jas., & Co., coal, brick, lime, cement, and fireclay merchants ; 

manufs. of brick, tile, and pottery, 24 East Dock st. ; ivorks, Errol 
Adamson, James, of James Adamson & Co., 9 Mountpleasant 
Adamson, John, wholesale grocer, 67 Seagate ; h. Ava lodge, 6911 

Magdalen green I 

Adamson, John, carter, 6 1 Lochee road ' 

ADAMSON, PETER, machinery merchant, 5, 7, and 9 Allan street ; h. 139 

Seagate. See Adv. 
Adamson, Robert, mechanic, 2 Harriet street 
Adamson, Robert B., clerk, 1 Church street, Princes street 


Adamson, Thomas B., mechanic, 2 Dallfield terrace 

ADAMSON, WILLIAM, wireworker and bellhanger, 49 Nethergate ; /;. 43. 
See Adv. 

Adamson, William, builder, 15 Stirling street 

Adamson, William, clerk, 61 Watson street 

Adamson, William, joiner, 3 Stobswell road 

Adamson, Miss, 370 Loons road 

Addison, James, lapper, 4 St Matthew street 

Adie & Adams, engineers, 12 Rose street 

Adie, A. & J. , spinners and manuf s. , 7 Bell st. , and South Anchor Works 

Adi«, Andrew, of A. & J. Adie, Beachtower, Harecraig 

Adie, Andrew H., precentor. Free St Andrew's Ch. ; h. 51 Main street 

Adie, James, of A. & J. Adie, Thornbank, 102 Ferry road 

Adie, William, of Adie & Adams, 24 Dallfield terrace 

Agnew, Alexander, solicitor and notary public, 1 1 Reform street ; A. 5 
Duntrune terrace. West Ferry 

Aiken, George, bookkeeper, 253 Blackness road 

Aiken, William, detective officer, 9 Stirling street 

Aimer, George C, cabinetmaker, joiner, and funeral undertaker, 201 
Overgate; h. 225 

Aimer, Jas. D., coffee, tea, and spice merchant. Arcade bldgs., Kingst. ; 
h. Viewbank terrace, Clepington road 

Ainslie, George, draper, 29 St Salvador street 

;Ainslie, J. G., 17 Strawberry bank 

Air, Andrew, mechanic, 13 Caldrum street 

Air, David, of James F. White & Co. , Cedarlea, Broughty Ferry 

Air, David, calender worker, 8 Bank street 

Air, Mrs Alexander, 5 Gowrie place 

Aitken, Allan, mechanic, 9 King's road 

Aitken, David, platelayer, 10 West Dock street 

Aitken, George Shaw, architect, 87 Commercial street; h. 1 Prospect 
terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Aitken, Henry, confectioner, 10 Overgate ; h. 8 

Aitken, James, grocer and wine merchant, 53 Perth road ; h. 182 

Aitken, John, chimneysweeper, 53 Ann street 

Aitken, John, mechanic, 13 Graham place 

Aitken, John, Customhouse officer, Ellen place, 7 Lyon street 

Aitken, John, mason, 50 Hill street 

Aitken, Richard, flaxdresser, 18 Bell Street lane 

Aitken, Thomas, shoemaker, 115 Hawkhill ; h. Invergowrie 

! Aitken, Thomas D., governor. West Poorhouse, Blackness road 

^itken, William, grocer and wine merchant, 76 Dura street and 2 Eli2;a 
street ; h. 63 High street, Lochee 
itken, Mrs A., draper, 69 Albert street ; h. 75 

itken, Mrs John, wine and spirit mer., 175 Princes st.; h. 2 Graham pi, 
itken, Mrs T. D., matron. West Poorhouse, Blackness road 
itken. Miss, music teacher, 75 Albert street 
itkenhead, Joseph, railway guard, 15 Annfield row 
Ibany Shipping Company, Limited, 54 Commercial street 

Albert Coffeehouse, 127 Overgate ; William Christie, manager 

lAlbion Foundry, 28 Hill street ; Beath & Keay, ironfounders 


Albion Hotel, 15 Tally street ; David Rodney, proprietor 

Alexander, Adam, printer. Courier and Argus office ; h. 3 Hilltown ] 

Alexander, Alexander, watchman, 59 Wellgate 

Alexander, Alexander F., warehouseman, 5 Parker's court, William st. 

Alexander, Alexander, mason, 42 William street, Forebank 

Alexander, Alexander, vandriver, 70 James street 

Alexander, Ann, confectioner, 88 Dudhope street 

Alexander, Charles, & Co., printers and publishers, Dundee Courier and 

Argus office, 34 North Lindsay street 
Alexander, Charles, managing proprietor, editor, and publisher of 

Dundee Courier and Argus, 34 N. Lindsay st.; /(. 5 Albany terrace 
Alexander, Charles, jun.. Courier and Argus office ; h. 5 Albany terface 
Alexander, Charles, ironplaner, 1 Church street. Princes street 
Alexander, David, merchant, agent for Dundee and Hamburg steamers, 

26 St Andrew's street ; h. St Phillans, Newport 
Alexander, David, millmanager, 123 Victoria road 
Alexander, David, engineer, 13 West Dock street 
Alexander, David, bootmaker, 249 Hawkhill 
Alexander, Edward, mason, 20 William street, Forebank 
Alexander, George, carpenter, 15 Glamis street 
Alexander, George, church- officer, 1 Harriet street 
Alexander, H. C, commis. agent, 13 Dock st. ; h. Longlanecot., B. Ferry 
Alexander, James, brassfounder, plumber, and gasfitter, 31 Overgate and 

14 Bank street ; h. 163 Victoria road 
Alexander, James, jun., brassfounder, 95 Victoria road 
Alexander, James, of Alexander & Law, 4 Lawrence street 
Alexander, James, late stationer, 91 Peddie street 
Alexander, James, jomer, 16 Annfield road 
Alexander, James, gardener, Morgan Hospital, Maryfield 
Alexander, James, cowfeeder, 34 Forfar road 
Alexander, James, stableman, 1 Church street, Princes street 
Alexander, John, agent, Forebank terrace, 20 Forebank road 
Alexander & Law, slaters, 25 Brown street 
Alexander, Robert, foreman turner. Glebe place, 3 Glebe street 
Alexander, Thomas, seaman, 14 West Dock street 
Alexander, Thomas, 6 Park terrace. Blackness road 
Alexander, William, town architect, and valuator, 36 North Lindsay st. ; 

h. 4 Albany terrace 
Alexander, William, of Laird & Alexander, 3 Parker street 
Alexander, William, seaman, 39 Watson street 
Alexander, William, clerk, 42 Dallfield terrace 
Alexander, William, joiner and furniture dealer, 12 King's road 
Alexander, William, shipwright, 11 Crescent street 

Alexander, William, draper, 45 Main street | 

Alexander, Mrs, grocer, 7 Glamis street | 

Alexander, Mrs John, laundress, 151 Princes street 
Alexander, Miss, 2 West wynd 
Alison, George LLoyd, wine merchant, 14 Panmure street ; h. 58 Holland 

road, Kensington, London, W. 
Alison, Harry Cecil, clerk, 14 Panmure street ; h. 2 Viewforth place 
Alison, Thos., com merchant, 27 Dock st. ; h. Dalhousie cot., W. Ferry 


Alison, William, carpenter, 8 St Matthew street 

Allan, Alexander, solicitor, 26 Seagate ; h. Carnoustie 

Allan, Alexander, clerk, 119 Blackscroft 

Allan, Alexander, signalfitter, 10 West Dock street 

Allan, David M. , perfumer and hairdresser, 1 High street ; h. Westfield 

house, Broughty Ferry 
Allan, David, fishdealer, 181 Perth road ; h. 26 Union place 
Allan, George, manager, flax and tow department, Clepington Waste 

Works ; h. 5 Roslin terrace 
Allan, James, & Sons, perfumers, 11 and 13 Crichton street 
ALLAN, JAMES and ALEXANDER, " Allan " Lme Royal Mail Steamers, 

27 Panmure street, and 70 Great Clyde street, Glasgow. See Adv. 
Allan, James, of James Allan & Sons, Westfield house, Broughty Ferry 
Allan, Jas. , jun. , hairdresser and perfumer, 19 Ann st. ; h. 24Crichton st. 
Allan, James, ropemaker, 134 Blackness road 
Allan, James, poultry dealer, 102 Hawkhill ; h. 54 Blackness road 
Allan, James, coaldealer, 21 Kinnaird street ; h. 16 Kinloch street 
Allan, James, seaman, 77 Overgate 
jAllan, Jane, waitress, 4 Step row 
jAUan, Mrs John K., perfumer, hairdresser, and wigmaker, 54 Reform st.; 

h. 10 Airlie terrace 
Allan, John, newsagent and pictureframe maker, SODudhopeCres. rd. ;/i.46 
Allan, John, manager, East Port Calender ; h. 27 North Wellington st. 
Allan, John, seaman, 8 Fish street 

Allan, Johnston R., coal merchant, 4 Crescent lane ; h. 6 North Ellen st. 
Allan, Joseph, coal, potato, and pipeclay merchant, 60 Foundry lane 

and 15 Baltic street ; h. Ill Blackscroft 
ALLAN LINE of RL Mail Steamers ; J. e^A.Allan,27 Panmure st. SeeAclv. 
Allan, Robert, weaver, 22 Annfield row 
Allan, Robert, draper, 8 Wolseley street 
Allan, Robert, sen., Cherryfield house, 123 Blackness road 
Allan, Samuel, sailmaker, 9 Hunter street 
Allan, Thomas, carter, 2 Russell street 
Allan, WiUiam, engineer, 13 Pi,osefield street 

Allan, William, clerk, Caledonian Railway ; h. Gray street, Bro. Ferry 
Allan, William, coaldealer, 69 South Tay street ; h. 1 Ure street 
Allan, William, engineer, 147i Ann street 
Allan, William, turner, 13 Annfield row 
Allan, Mrs Christina, 26 Arthur street 
Allan, Mrs Elizabeth, 111 Rosebank street 
Allan, Mrs James, 26 Seafield road 
Allan, Mrs John, Fernbank, Logieden 
jAllan, Mrs, manglekeeper, 23 Ryehill lane 
Allan, Mrs, manglekeeper, 2^ Catherine street 
(Lilian, Miss R. M., music teacher, Fernbank, Lochee road 
[AUard, Maurice, commercial traveller (for Arctic Tannery, Wm. Stephen 

& Sons), Seabank, West Ferry 
Allardice, David, sawtrimmer, 22 Gellatly street 
AUardice, James, warehouseman, 74 North Church street 
jAUardice, Peter, clerk. Police Chambers ; h. 11 Stirling street 
Allardice, Thomas, carter, 200 Hilltown ; h. 198 


AUardice, Wm. D., clerk, 5 Bank st. ; h. Viewbank ter., Clepington rd. 

Allen, Charles B., clerk, Clarence cottage, 90 Albert street 

Allen, George E., clubmaster, Eastern Club, 3 Albert square 

Allen, Leonard, teacher of navigation ; school, 14 Yeaman shore, and agent 

for the London Mebereological Office ; /(.Garland villa, West Newport 
Allen, Mrs, 28 Fleuchar street 
Allison, David, marine engineer, 123 Princes street 
Allison, James, & Sons, rope and sail makers, shipchandlers, oil and 

bonded and free store merchants, 48 Dock street 
Allison, James, of James Allison & Sons, 8 Garland place 
Allison, Matthew, of Jas. Allison & Sons, Myrtlebank house, E. Newport 
AUsopp, Samuel, & Sons, brewers, 14^ Yeaman shore ; John Reid, agent 
Alston, Cauvin S., governor, H.M. Prison, West Bell street 
Alston, Wm., watchmaker and jeweller, 7 High street ; li. 2 Craigieter. 
Amos, David, clerk, 6 Garland place 

Anchor and Douglas Mills, Anchor lane ; J. & H. Gordon, spinners 
Anderson, Alex., merchant, 11 King street ; h. The Grange, Monifieth 
Anderson, Alex. Black, chemist and druggist, 38 and 201 Princes st., 

121 Blackscroft, and 10 Ferry road ; h. 60 Albert street 
Anderson, Alexander M'G., M.D., L.R.C.S.E., 26 South Tay street 
Anderson, Alexander, coal merchant, 16 Watson's lane ; h. 28 
Anderson, Alexander, spirit merchant, 181 Seagate ; h. 1 E. Whale lane 
ANDERSON, ALEXANDER, painter, 52 King st. ; h. 57 Cowgate. ^eeAdv. 
Anderson, Alexander, grocer and spirit merchant, 26 Wellgate ; /t. 31 
Anderson, Alexander, marine engineer ; h. 48 Crescent lane 
Anderson, Alexander, confectioner, 20 Arbroath road 
Anderson, Alexander, ironturner, 41 Milnbank road 
Anderson, Alexander, coaldealer, 351 Loons road ; h. 350 
Anderson, Alexander, dairyman, 41 North Church street ; h. Fairmuir 
Anderson, Alexander, confectioner, 57 Ure street 
Anderson, Alexander, moulder, 1 Stobswell road 
Anderson, Alexander, labourer, 46 Gellatly street 
Anderson, Alexander, stableman, 61 Yeaman shore 
Anderson, Alex. M. , watchmaker and j eweller, 9 Hilltown ; h. 157 Hawkhill 
Anderson, Alexander G., blacksmith, 54 Princes street 
Anderson, Alexander, carter, 42 Lilybank road 

Anderson, Andw. , gen. warehouseman, 3Thorterrow ; A.5Robertst.N'port 
Anderson, Andrew, joiner, 22 Catherine street 
Anderson, Andrew R., traveller, 49 Small's wynd 
Anderson, Andrew, engineer, 8 Ferry road 

Anderson, Archibald G., hairdresser, 32 Overgate ; h. Pierhead, Newport 
Anderson, Benjamin, mechanic, 15 Lawson place 
Anderson, Charles, merchant, 11 Bain square 
Anderson, Charles, housepainter, Arctic place, 79 Arbroath road 
Anderson, Charles, ironturner, 27 Clepington street 
Anderson, Charles, ironturner, 2 Erskine street 
Anderson, Charles, mechanic, 21 Nelson street 
Anderson, C, baker, 166 Blackness road 
Anderson, Churchill, & Co., linen merchts., 11 King st., and New York] 
Anderson, Daniel, clothier, 52 Wellgate ; A. 29 Stirling street 
Anderson, David, clothier and shirtmaker, 39 Reform st. ; A. 5 Hawkhill pi, 


Anderson, David, corn merchant, 29 Dock st. ; li. Ellenmount, Newport 
\ Anderson, David, calenderworker, 10 Hospital wynd 
Anderson, David, spiritdealer, 45 Hawkhill ; h. 35 Hiinter street 
Anderson, David, professor of dancing, 3 Thorter row 
Anderson, David, joiner, 23 Rose street 
Anderson, David, mechanic, 58 Mains road 
Anderson, David, overseer, 4 Dock street 
Anderson, David, engineer, 18 Bell Street lane 
Anderson, David, shipsteward, 31 Exchange street 
Anderson, David, seaman, 46 Charles street 
Anderson, David, packer, 11 St Salvador street 
Anderson, David, fireman, 7 William street, Forebank 
Anderson, David, 3 South Tay street 
Anderson, David M., mechanic, 2 Craigie street 
Anderson, David P., ironturner, 11 Baffin street 
Anderson, David S., & Co., tea, coffee, and provision merchants, 25 

Arbroath road ; h. 41 Todburn lane 
Anderson, Duncan, draper, 10 Lawrence street 
Anderson, Francis, of Geo. Anderson & Son, 57 Hilltown 
Anderson, Gardner, & Hepburn, solicitors, 10 Meadowside 
Anderson, Rev. Gavin, M.A., Free High Church ; h. 20 Albany terrace 
Anderson, George, agent, North of Scotland Bank, Ltd., 24 High street ; 

h. Gardenhurst, 5 Douglas terrace 
Anderson, George, & Son, slaters, 4 Elizabeth street 
Anderson, George, grocer and spirit mer., 39 Cotton rd. ; h. 3 S. Ellen st. 
Anderson, George, of George Anderson & Son, 57 Hilltown 
Anderson, George, bookagent, 26 South Wellington street 
Anderson, George, hay merchant, 8 Crichton street 
Anderson, George, coaldealer, 350 Loons road 
Anderson, George G., mechanic, 5 Temple lane 
Anderson, George, clerk, 19 Airlie place 
Anderson, George, carpenter, 143 Blackscroft 
Anderson & Glass, spinners and manufacturers, Ladybank Mill, Mid 

street ; office, 4 India buildings 
Anderson, Henry, engineer, 56 Blackscroft 

Anderson, James, draper, smallwares, trimmings, &c., lOG Ann street 
Anderson, James, of P. & J. Anderson, 1 Mortimer street 
Anderson, James, manager, Seagate Sawmills ; h. 37 Nethergate 
Anderson, James, chemist and druggist, 27 Hilltown ; /i. 31 Wellgate 
Anderson, Jas., registrar of births, &c., 11 Wardrd. ; h. 1 Mountpleasant 
Anderson, James, manager, Dundee Professional Supply Association ; 

h. India cottage, Monifieth 
Anderson, Jas., factory manager, Chapelshade Works ; /;. 16 Dallfield ter. 
Anderson, James, of Anderson & Petrie, 58 Hawkhill 
Anderson, James H., wine and spirit merchant, 18 High street and 28 

Union street ; h. Alexandra place, Carnoustie 
Anderson, James, chartered accountant, 9a Wardrd.; //. 1 Windsor st. 
Anderson, James, teacher, Hawkhill Public School ; h. 10 Albert street 
Anderson, James, cowfeeder, 3 Union place, Perth road 
Anderson, James, dockgateman, 35 Ferry road 
Anderson, James, clerk, 10 West Dock street 


Anderson, James A. , shipping and insurance agent, 6 St Andrew's street 

Anderson, James, foreman painter, 874 Blackscroft 

Anderson, James, recruiting sergeant, 52 Westport 

Anderson, James, fireman, 65 Lochee road 

Anderson, James, joiner, 1 Blackheath place 

Anderson, James, porter, 59 Wellgate 

Anderson, James, mason, 3 Tannadice street 

Anderson, James, factoryworker, 6 Annfield row 

Anderson, James S., baker, 137 Hilltown ; h. 139 

Anderson, James, plumber, 5 Temple lane 

Anderson, James, brassfinisher, 79 Commercial street 

Anderson, James, mason, 2 Viewforth place 

Anderson, Jessie, dressmaker, 89 Peddie street 

Anderson, John, auctioneer and valuator, 14 New Inn entry ; /;. The 
Cottage, West Ferry 

Anderson, John, tailor, 19 Charles street 

Anderson, John, mason, 10 Albert street 

Anderson, John, baker, 69 Princes st. and 120 Hilltown ; h. 98 Princes st. 

Anderson, John, police constable, 67 Hospital wynd 

Anderson, John, clerk, 10 Roslin terrace, Court street 

Anderson, Jolin, assistant druggist, 233 Hilltown 

Anderson, John, joiner, 47 Rosebank street 

Anderson, John, engineer and boilermaker, 20 Baffin street 

Anderson, John, newsagent, 9 Albert street 

Anderson, John, compositor, 39 Arbroath road 

Anderson, John, railway signalman, 6 Alexander street 

Anderson, John, mechanic, 61 Hawkhill 

Anderson, John, wright, 14 Gardner's lane 

Anderson, John, harbour porter, 41 Todburn lane 

Anderson, J. F., yarn and commis. agent, 23 Panmurest.; h. US. Georgest. 

Anderson, Michael, fireman, 3 Laing street 

Anderson, May, dressmaker, 72 King street 

Anderson, NicoU M., commission agent, 74 Commercial street; h. 1 
Albert place, Broughty Ferry 

Anderson, Peter, baker, 32 N. Lin dsay st, and NewjDort ; h. Pierhead, Newp'rt 

Anderson, Peter, of P. & J. Anderson, 16 Elizabeth street 

Anderson, P. & J., plumbers, gasfitters, zinc and tinplate workers, 58 Annst. 

Anderson & Petrie, drapers, 56 Hawkhill 

Anderson, Robert, collector of Inland revenue, 31 Bank street ; h. lUnion 
place, Broughty Ferry 

Anderson, Robert, of Anderson & Glass, Berachah, East Newport 

Anderson, Robert, merchant, 3 Union place, Perth road 

Anderson, Robert, coal merchant, 9 Annfield street ; h. 16 

Anderson, Robt., grocer & spiritdlr. , 253 Lochee vd.;h. 1 Union pi., Lochee 

Anderson, Robert, grocer and spirit mer., 70 Strathmartine road ; /«. 49 

Anderson, Robert, baker, 153 Hawkhill 

Anderson, Eobert, lapper, 11 Mid street, Chapelshade 

Anderson, Robert, railway guard, 3 Kincardine street 

Anderson, Eobert, beamer, 46 North Ellen street 

ANDERSON, R. F., civil and mining engineer and patent agent, 84 Com- 
mercial St., and Chancery lane, London ; h. 2 Park ter. See Adv. 


Anderson & Scobie, coal merchants, 9 Annfield street 

Anderson, Simon, carriage inspector, East Station ; h. 17 Glebe street 

Anderson, Stewart, collector, 46 King's road 

Anderson, Susan, milliner, 10 HawkhiU 

Anderson, Thomas, lettercarrier, 25 Mid road 

Anderson, Thomas, shipcarpenter, 45 Crescent street 

Anderson, Thomas, plumber, 15 Balfour street 

[Vnderson & Watson, corn merchants, 14 Dock street 

Anderson, William, bricklayer, builder, and contractor, 10 Shore ter. ; 

h. Scotia villa. West Newport 
\nderson, William, flesher, 89 Peddie street 

Anderson, Wm. G., manager, Dundee Flour Mills; h. 8 Rennypl.,W.Feri-y 
Anderson, William, produce broker, 8 South Lindsay street ; h. Hill 

street, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, Wm. , manager, Caledon Shipbuilding yard ; 7i. 1 1 Maryfield ter. 
■Anderson, William, engineer, Tay Ferries ; h. 8 Graham place 
Anderson, William, market gardener, 66 Polepark rd. ; h. Kirkton of Liif 
Anderson, William, cowfeeder, 58 Constable street 
Anderson, William, draper, 34 Dudhope street ; h. 4 Dallfield walk 
Anderson, William G. , engineer, 33 South Wellington street 
Anderson, William, butcher, 1 Murraygate 
\nderson, William, 3 Pitfour street 
Anderson, William, clerk, 3 South Ellen street 
Anderson, William, porter, 34 James street 
biderson, William, 11 Cross row 
iinderson, William, painter, 107 Albert street 
Anderson, W^illiam, fireman, 15 Lilybank road 
Lnderson, William, millforeman, 14 Gardner's lane 
Anderson, William, draper's assistant, 36 North Ellen street 
i.nderson, William, commission agent, 12 Wolseley street 
mderson, Mrs Ann, wine and spirit merchant, 61 Victoria road ; h. 48 
mderson, Mrs C, 3 Paterson street 
mderson, Mrs E., midwife, 44 North Church street 
inderson, Mrs George, dressmaker and milliner, 1 Thomson street 
Lnderson, Mrs George, linen draper, 64 Ann street 
aiderson, Mrs James, Balgayview, 16 Wilkie's lane 
mderson, Mrs John, 58 Crescent lane 

jiderson, Mrs -J., confectioner, 204 Blackness road ; h. 149 
.nderson, Mrs J., 1 Lowden's alley 
.uderson, Mrs Mary A. G., midwife, 54 Princes street 
Jiderson, Mrs Mary, butcher, 42 Prmces street ; h. 40 
Jiderson, Mrs Thomas, 17 North Wellington street 
Jiderson, Mrs Robert, lodgings, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
.nderson, Mrs, dressmaker, 71 Crescent street 
.nderson, Mrs, 31 Springfield 
aiderson, Mrs, dressmaker, 24 Court street 
lUderson, Mrs, confectioner, 54 North street 

mderson, Miss Jane,teacher,WallacetowiiPublic School; h. 10 Albert st. 
Lnderson, Misses J. & H., drapers, milliners, and dressmakers, 172 

Hilltown ; h. 47 Rosebank street 
i.nderson, Miss, 3 Dalhousie terrace 


Andrew, James, blacksmith, 24 Charles street 

Andrew, Robert, mechanic, 24 Jamaica street 

Andrews, George, foreman boilermaker, 1 1 Craigie street 

Andrews, Joseph, of Marshall, Andrews, & Brush, Hawthorn cottage i 

North Clepington road 
Andrews, Mrs Lothian, dentist, 65 Commercial street 
Anglian Carbon Company, Limited, 94 Commercial street 
Anglo-American Brush Electric Light Corporation, Limited, electri 

light engineers and contractors, 62 Commercial street 
Angus, George, accountant, T. & C. Bank, Limited, 5 Albert square 
Angus, George, foreman to Wordie & Co. ; /(.. 5 Baffin street 
Angus, George, porter, 38 Hillbank road 
Angus, John S., watchmaker, 8 Balfour street 
Angus, John, sanitary overseer, 19 Peddie street 
Angus, Mrs Ann, lodgings, 106 Princes street 
Angus, Mrs Ellen, hotel-keeper, Waverley Hotel, 7 South Union streei 
Angus, Miss G., tobacconist, 6 Balfour street 

Annan, Mrs Ann, coal merchant, 4 S. Ellen st. ; A. 19 S. Wellington st. 
Annan, Miss, Annan terrace, 19 South Wellington street 
Annand, James, coachman, 7 Tay Street lane 
Annand, Thomas, joiner, 29 Rose street 
Annfield Works, 246 Hawkhill; D. W. Baxter, & Co., spinners am 

linen manufacturers 
Anns, Thomas, merchant, 37 Albert square ; A. 8 Alma ter., W. Newpor 
Anton, George, spirit merchant, 4 and 6 Ferry road ; h. 8 
Anton, George, clerk. Shore Dues office ; h. Gowrie villa, Liff 
Anton, James, wine merchant, 131 and 135 Perth road ; h. 155 
Anton, James, cooper and turner, 18 Greenmarket ; h. 24 Crichton st. 
Anton, John, dairj'man, 22 Watson's lane 
Anton, Mrs George, Arcade buildings, King street 
Anton, Miss Elizabeth, lodgings, 43 Constitution road 
Appleby, Mary A., grocer, 84 Hilltown ; A. 72 
Arch Mill, Brown street ; 0. G. Miller & Son, manufacturers 
Archer, Alexander, bootmaker, 30 Polepark road ; A. 5 Park terrace 
Archer, Alexander, labourer, 11 Lawrence street 
Archer, James, house proprietor, 17 Mortimer street 
Archer, John, patternmaker, 19 Glebe street 

Archer, Wm., examining officer, H.M. Customs ; A.Ivybank cot.,Downfie] 
Archer, William B., shipmaster, 1 Strawberrybank 
Archer, Miss, dressmaker, 213 Perth road 
Archibald, Alexander, clerk, 65 Commercial street 
Archibald, David, coaldealer, 27 North Ellen street 
Archibald, Robt., messenger to Harbour Trustees ; A. Harbour chamber 
Archibald, WiUiam M., manager, Stubbs' Mercantile offices, 84 Con 

niercial street ; A. 9 Airlie terrace 
Arklay, David, weaver, 52 Ure street \ 

Arklay, James, overseer, 26 Kincardine street \ 

Arklay, James, patternmaker, 2 Catherine street 
Arklie, Andrew M. , clerk, 34 Victoria street 

Arklie, Ebenezer, grocer and provision merchant, 32 Victoria st. ; li. 'i 
Arklie, James R., mechanic, 34 Victoria street 


^.rklie, Marj', dressmaker, 51 Crescent street 

irklie, Thomas, blacksmith, 51 Crescent street 

irmitstead, George, M.P. , of George Armitstead & Co. , Kinloch-Laggan, 

Kingussie ; London address, 4 Cleveland square, St James's, S. W. 
A.rmitstead, George, & Co., merchants, 6 Panmure street; and 21 Old 

Broad street, London, E.G. 
Armour, William, assistant teacher, Morgan Hospital, Maryfield 
Armour, Mrs, 7 Laing street 
A.rmstrong, John, pastrybaker, 27 Arbroath road 
A.rmstrong, John, fireman, 4 Tindal's wynd 

Armstrong, Wm. , wine and spirit mer. , 5 ]SI ewinn entry ; A. 1 Blackness ores. 
Armstrong, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 24 Garland place 

Arnold, J. P., teacher. High School ; h. 3 Rugby terrace, Bro'ty Ferry 
Arnot, David, of Robertson & Arnot, Lilybank, Carnoustie 
Arnot, Robert, baker, 7 South Ellen street 
Arnot, William, clerk, 3 Annfield street 
^rrol, William, & Co., of Dalmarnock Iron Works, Glasgow, contractors 

for new Tay Bridge ; office, 49 Magdalen green 
Arthur, Alexander, bootmaker, 18 King's road 
Arthur & Co., Limited, warehousemen (Glasgow), 10 Bank street; R. 

L. Greig and W. H. Wotherspoon, agents 
Arthur, David, & Son, sack manufacturers, 44 St Andrew's street 
Arthur, James, inspector of cleansing, Allan street ; h. Allan street 
™ Arthur, John, of David Arthur & Son, 253 Blackness road 
Arthur, John, tenter, 21 Lawson place 
Arthur, Robert, shipfitter, 105 Princes street 

Arthur, William F., calender manager. Dens Works ; h. 21 Albert street 
Arthur, William, salesman, 8 Forfar road 
Arthur, Mrs David, 12 Nelson street 
Arthur, Mrs S., milliner, 18 St Andrew's place 
Arthurson, Alexander, cab proprietor, 29 Kincardine street 
Ashcroft, Alfred, carpetweaver, 5 Stirling street 
Ashford, John, tailor, 39 North Church street 
Ashford, Mrs Jane, of Clark & Ashford, 18 Albert street 
Ashton Works, 189 Hawkhill ; James K. Caird, manufacturer 
Auchterlonie, Mrs Mary Ann, 99 Blackscroft 
Austen, Miss E. (late John Austen), optician, 15 Nethergate ; h. 2 St 

Johnswood terrace, Westpark road 

Bailey, Edward, fruit and seed mercht., 13 High st. ; h. 10 Garland pi, 

Baillie, David, cooper, 14 Kinloch street 

Bain, Alexander, seaman, 40 Watson street 

Bain, Colin, head warder, H.M. Prison; A. Prison buildings. West Bell st. 

Bain & Co., coal merchants and contractors, Clepington 

Bain, David D. , commission merchant, agent for Henry Head & Co., of 
[f London, 62 Commercial street ; h. 10 Garland place 
I Bain, David Beattie, M.D., CM. Edin., 43 South Tay street 

Bain, Donald, pipe-major, 47 St Andrew's street 

Bain, John, grocer, 12 Dudhope Crescent road ; h. Q Garland place 

Bain, Peter, of Bain & Co., 30 Dundonald street 

Bain & Ramsay, builders and joiners, 20 Watt street 


Bain, William, of Bain & Ramsay, 304 Perth road 

Bain, William, tailor, 4 Forebank road 

Bain, Mrs, 38 Cotton road 

Bain, Miss Ann, confectioner, 139 Ann street 

Baird, Edward C., bookkeeper, 1 Rl. Exchange pi. ; /*. Ashbank, Monifietli 

Baird, Fleming, blacksmith, 70 Ure street 

Baird, George, of J. & G. Baird, 2 East Henderson's wynd 

Baird, George, clerk, 185 Princes street 

Baird, George, mechanic, 150 Princes street 

Baird, George, pilot, 121 Hawkhill 

Baird, James A., draper, 114 Princes street; h. 15 William street 

Baird, James, shoemaker, 29 Charles street 

Baird, James, tailor, 103 Overgate 

Baird, Johanna, teacher. Hill Street Public School ; h. 113 Victoria roaci 

Baird, John, of J. & G. Baird, 8 Brown street 

Baird, John, clerk, 24 Peddie street 

Baird, J. &. G., nettlebeer manufacturers, 30 and 32 Horsewater wynd 

Baird, Marjory S., teacher, Long Wynd Public School ; h. 150 Princes sti 

Baird, Peter W., draper, 44 High street 

Baird, Richard, moulder, 88 Hawkhill 

Baird, Thomas, house proprietor, 22 Miller's wynd 

Baird, Mrs P., draper, 1 New Inn entry 

Baird, Mrs, lodgings, 93 Overgate 

Bakers' House of Call, 15 Vault 

Bald, John, of M'Gregor & Bald, Cairneymoimt, West Ferry 

Baldy, Mrs James, 36 Dallfield terrace 

Balfour, Arthur, watchman, 19 Paterson street 

Balfour, David, wholesale and retail grocer and wine merchant, 12! 

and 127 Hawkhill, and grocer, 235 Hilltown ; li. 13 Thomson strec 
Balfour, David, provision merchant, 215 Perth road 
Balfour, David, labourer, 26 Jamaica street 
Balfour, James M. , boot and shoe maker, 92 Murraygate ; h. 94 Com 

mercial street 
Balfour, John, coffeehouse-keeper, 252 Hawkhill ; li. 22 Miller's wynd 
Balfour, Robert T., bank-clerk, 15 Balfour street 

Balfour, William W., spirit merchant, 15 Scouringburn ; /;. 42 Westport 
Balfour, Mrs Alexander, 15 Speed's terrace 
Balfour, Mrs Ann, grocer, 138 Princes street 
Balfour, Misses M. & J., dressmakers, 204 Hawkhill 
Balharrie, John, engineer, 31 Crescent street 
Ballantine, Earnest, grocer, 9 Watson street 

Ballantine, Mrs James, wine and spirit mercht. , 34 Dens rd. ; /(. 9 Ellen st 
Ballantyne, Austin, blacksmith, 23 Stirling street 

Ballingall, David, wine and spii'it merchant, 55 Dock street ; h. Hop st 
Ballingall, George, manager, coffeerooms, G Dock street ; h. 4 
Ballingall, Hugh, of Ballingall & Son, Ardarroch, 3 Douglas terrace j 
Ballingall & Son, brewers, maltsters, and hop merchants, Park anc i 

Pleasance Breweries, Lochee road ; office, 6 Hop street ( 

Ballingall, William B. , wine and spirit merchant, 55, 57, and 59 Westport 

h. St Mary's terrace 
Balmain, Isaac, mechanic, 10 Arthur street 


Balsillie, John, grain porter, 3 Scott street 

Baltic Linen Works, 26 Annfield road ; Hardie & Smith, manufacturers 

Baltic Street Calender, 25 Baltic st. ; W. E. Baxter & Co., merchants 

Band, David, clerk, 10 Panmure street ; h. 4 Stanley place 

Bank Mill, 40 Milnbank road ; P. Spence Mudie, manufacturer 

Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street ; William Moir, agent, and Charles 

G-. Ross, assistant agent 
Banks, Alexander, manager, printing department, Advertiser office ; 

li. 10 Nelson street 
Banks, Alexander M. , shipagent, 30 Dock street ; h, 8 Albany terrace 
Banks, David, carpenter, 126 Princes street 

Panks, James, manager. South Anchor Works ; h. 149 Blackness road 
Banks, John, sackmaker, 50 Rosebank street, and Constitution street ; 

li. 4 Garland place 
'Banks, William, sub-editor, Advertiser office ; li. 3 Dalhousie terrace 
Banks, William, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 21 Constitution road ; 

li. 3 Blackness terrace 
Bannerman, David, town chamberlain, Townhouse, 144 High street ; h. 

142 Perth road 
Bannerman, John, joiner, 8 Kincardine street 
Bannerman, John, clerk, 5 Temple lane 
Baptie, Miss J. S., manageress, steam laundry, Tait's lane ; h. Laundry 

cottage, Tait's lane 
Baptist, Mattlaew, leatherdresser, 8 Charles street 
Barclay, James, painter, 21 Mains road 
Barclay, John, & Sons, umbrellamakers, 5 Barrack street 
Bai'clay, John, of John Barclay & Sons, 38 Hawkhill 
Barclay, John, dresser, 203 Lochee road 
Barclay, John, carter, 9 Langlands street 
Barclay, Margaret, umbrellamaker, 12 Barrack street ; A. 14 
Barclay, William, landscape painter, 14 Barrack street 
Barclay, W^m., of Boyack, Barclay, & Co., Marnie place, Broughty Ferry 
Barclay, William, railway guard, 11 Glebe street 
Barclay, W^illiam, carter, 4 Tannadice street 
Barland, James, governor, teacher, and missionary, Deaf and Dumb 

Institution, Dudhopebank, Lochee road 
Barnes, James, mechanic, 131 Rosebank street 

Barnet, James W., of Thomas Thornton, Son, & Co., 3 Woodville place 
Barnet, James, calenderworker, 76 Strathmartine road 
Barnet, James, joiner, 6 Malcolm street 
Barnet, James, milloverseer, 94 Dens road 
Barnet, James, engineer, 3 St Matthew street 
Barnet, William, feuar, 171 Hill town 
Barnet, William, clerk, 4 Derby street 
Barnet, William D., law-clerk, 70 North Church street 
Barnet, Mrs, coffeehouse-keeper, 72 Strathmartine road ; h. 76 
Barnett, James, broker, 5 Session street 
Bamett, William, stationer and tobacconist, 102 Ann street 
Barnie, George, engineer, 12 Park lane 
Barnie, John, copper, tin, and plumber works. King William dock ; h. 

25 Hawkhill 



Barnley, Rev. George, Wesleyan Chapel, Ward road ; h. 7 Albany ter. 

Barret, William, grocer, 4 William street. King street 

Barrie, Alexander, houseagent, 13 Overgate; h. 12 Sea view place, 

Broughty Ferry 
Barrie, Charles, ship and insurance broker, and agent for City Line o: 

Steamers, 41 Albert square ; h. 8 Westfield place 
Barrie, David, carting contractor, 10 Shore terrace ; A. 89 Hilltown 
BABBIE, G. & P., aerated water manufacturers, Carbon Aerated Wateiji 

Works, 109 Albert street ; office, 34 Bell street. See Adv. 
Barrie, George, of G. & P. Barrie, 109 Albert street 
Barrie, James, joiner, 11 Westport 

Barrie, John, grocer, 123a Perth road ; /i. 86 Annlield road 
Barrie, John, dairyman, 65 Hilltown ; h. Mains of Baldovan 
Barrie, John, joiner, 15 Bain square 
Barrie, John, seaman, 44 Annfield row 
Barrie, Joseph J. , merchant, commission and insurance agent, lOPanmurf 

street ; h. The Vine, Magdalen green 
Barrie, Peter, of G. & P. Barrie, 109 Albert street 

Barrie, Robert S., mercantile stationer, printer, lithographer, and book- 
binder, 1 6 Panmure st ; A. 3 1 Wellgate ; printing office, 29 Panmure st. 
Barrie, Robert, mechanic, 24 Lawson place 
Barrie, Robert, calenderworker, 7 Wolseley street 
Barrie, Thomas, milloverseer. 111 Rosebank street 
Barrie, William, tailor, 48 Union street 

Barrie, Mrs Charles, grocer and spiritdealer, 126 Strathmartine rd. ; h. 12J 
Barrie, Mrs George, 1 Westfield avenue 
Barrie, Mrs, 109 Albert street 
Bari'ione & Co. , medical herb importers. Botanic Dispensary, 12 Johnston's 

lane ; Henry Johnstone, agent 
Barron, George, aerated water manufacturer, 73 Hilltown 
Barron, Capt. Harry, R. A., adjutant, 1st Forfarshire Artillery Volunteers. 

26 Commercial street ; h. Abertay, Broughty Ferry 
Barron, James, hosier, glover, smallware and fancy goods merchant, 3f 

Nethergate ; h. Braeknowe, West Newport 
Barron, James, draper and clothier, 24|^ Ann st. ; h. 7 Roslin terrace 
Barron, Peter C, joiner, 62 Peddie street 

Barron, Peter, carriage inspector. West Station ; h. Balgay lodge 
Barrowman, Jolm, manager, Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society 

Limited ; h. Broughty Ferry 
Barry, Arthur, 24 Garland place 
Barry, James, baker, 70 King street ; h. 72 

Bartholomew, John M., of Bartholomew&Marshall, 32 Dudhope Cres. roac 
Bartholomew & Marshall, iroufounders. Star Foundry, 62 Bell street 
Bartleman, John, cashier, Rustic place, 69a Constitution road ■■ 

Barton, George, brussel carpetweaver, 15 Stirling street « 

Barty, David, boilermaker, 51 Larch street | 

Barty, Stuart, carter, 16 Cherryfield lane 

Basf ord. Miss Jane M. , dressmaker, 42 South Tay street j 

Baskerville, George, pensioner, 11 Lyon street 
Bason, Thomas, cowfeeder, 6 Springhill place ; h. 59 Ferry road 
Batchelor, Alexander, cabinetmaker, 236 Lochee road 


tatchelor, Charles, cashier, J. Wallace & Co., Royal Exchange court; 
h. Tof thill, Lochee 

tatchelor, David, coppersmith and plumber, west end of Victoria dock ; 
h. 62 Ferry road 
ei tatchelor, David, assistant sanitary inspector, 43 Rosebank street 

(atchelor, Francis, farmer and cattledealer. Home Farm of Craigie 

Jatchelor, George, overseer, 15 Balfour street 
it< Jatchelor, James, coppersmith, 13 Middle street 

?atchelor, Mrs George, West Craigie 

Jatchelor, Mrs George, apartments, 13 West Dock street 

Jatchelor, Mrs James, manglekeeper, 28 Pennycook lane 

Jatchelor, Mrs Stewart, 16() Perth road 

Jatchelor, Mrs, 1 Westfield lane 

Jates, James, commission agent, 25 Dock street ; h. 17 Airlie place 

Jathie, William, of Dodds & Bathie, Gowanpark, Arbroath 
art Jathie, William G., general dealer, 63 Scouringburn ; h. 61 

3athie, Mrs John, greengrocer, 96 Princes street ; h. 98 

^auchop, James, clerk, 51 Crescent street 
t Baxter, Alexander, joiner, 13 Wolseley street 

Baxter Brothers & Co., spinners and manufacturers, Dens Works ; office, 
7 King street 

Baxter, Charles R. , wine and spirit broker and exporter, and importer 
of foreign and colonial produce, 5 Horse wynd; li. 2 Magdalen place 

Baxter, Charles, of Charles R. Baxter, 1 Alma terrace, Newport 
lifBaxter, David, saddler, trunk and portmanteau maker, 5 and 7 Castle 
street ; h. Bloomfield cottage, Newport 

Baxter, David W. , of D. W. Baxter & Co. , Waterloo cottage, Annfield rd. 

Baxter, David S., boot and shoe maker, 218 Hawkhill ; /i. 11 Rosefield st. 

Baxter, D. W., & Co., spinners and manufacturers, Temple Mill and 
Annfield Works 
irJjBaxter, Edward A. , of W. E. Baxter & Co. , Ashcliff, Perth road 

Baxter, Geo. W. , of Baxter Brothers & Co. , 4 Grosvenor terrace, Perth rd. 
I Baxter, George, tailor, 142 Hilltown 

Baxter, George, pawnbroker, 126 Victoria road ; h. 1 Lamb's lane 

Baxter, George, foreman, Seafield Road Factory ; h. 37 Step row 

Baxter, George, hairdresser, stationer, and tobacconist, 218 Hawkhill; 
A. 11 Rosefield street 

Baxter, George, currier, 9 Cochrane street 

Baxter, Henry, & Forbes, com. agents and producebrokers, 8 Shore terrace 

Baxter, Henry, of H. Baxter & Forbes, 6 Alma terrace. West Newport 

Baxter, Horatio T., solicitor, 84 Commercial street ; h. Magdalen place 

Baxter, Hugh, clerk, 83 Commercial st. ; A. Albany cottage, 32 Isles' lane 

Baxter, James A., clerk, 25 Lilybank road 

Baxter, John B., of J. & W. Baxter, 24 Garland place 

Baxter, John, powerloom manager, Taybank Works ; A. 71 Albert st. 

Baxter, John, lithographer, 8 Daniel street 

Baxter, John D., clerk, 18 Albert street 

Baxter, John, mechanic, 43 Princes street 

Baxter, John, 284 Perth road 

Baxter, John, machinefitter, 12 Craigie street 

Baxter, J. & W., butchers, 143 Hilltown 


Baxter, Richard L., mercliant and manufacturer, 81 Murraygate ; h. Edee 

lodge, 95 Arbroath road 
Baxter, Robert, & Co., rope and twine makers, 2 India buildings 
Baxter, Robert, of Robert Baxter & Co., Invertay cottage, Broughty Ferr 
Baxter, Robert S., of Chas. R. Baxter, 6 Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferr 
Baxter, Robert, grocer and wine merchant, 144 Hilltown ; li. 1 Rustic p! 
Baxter, Robert, clerk, 4 Wolseley street 
Baxter, Thomas D., commission agent, 246 Perth road 
Baxter, Thos. H., grocer and spirit merchant, 100 Blackness road; h. 41 

Watson's lane 
Baxter, Walter, solicitor and notary public, 81 Murraygate ; h. Thornie 

bank cottage, Maryfield 
Baxter, Right Hon. W. E., M.P., of W. E. Baxter & Co., Kincaldruma 

Forfar, and House of Commons, London 
Baxter, W. E., & Co., merchants, Baltic buildings 
Baxter, William B., of J. & W. Baxter, 24 Garland place 
Baxter, William, coal merchant, Taybridge station; h. 17 Todbui-n Ian 
Baxter, William, ironturner, 68 Bell street 
Baxter, William, clerk, 40 Seafield road 
Baxter, William, ironmoulder, 131 Ann street 
Baxter, William, mechanic, 12 Dallfield terrace 
Baxter, Mrs C. M., 165 Victoria road 
Baxter, Mrs C, china merchant, 95 Hilltown ; h. 101 
Baxter, Mrs Charlotte, dressmaker, 32 Main street 
Baxter, Mrs Jessie, stationer, 19 Princes street ; h. 17 
Baxter, Mrs John M., Eden lodge, 95 Arbroath road 
Baxter, Mrs John, Craigie, Ferry road 
Baxter, Mrs J., greengrocer, 28 Hilltown; h. 30 
Baxter, Mrs Margaret, 44 King street 
Baxter, Mrs, confectioner, 37 Larch street 
Baxter, Mrs, lodgings. Bank buildings, 3 King's x'oad 
Baxter, Misses Elizabeth & Jane, 3 King street 
Baxter, Miss May H., 1 Graham place 

Baxter, Miss M. A., of Balgavies, EUengowan, 104 Ferry road 
Baxter, Miss, 3 Craigiebank terrace, Pitkerro road 
Bayne, William, housefactor, 4 Dallfield walk 
Beam, Robert, fireman, 15 Bain square 

Beat, Charles, greengrocer, 24 Union place, Perth road ; h. 22 
Beat, Charles, fishdealer, 42 Hawkhill 
Beat, John, calender overseer, 42 St Mary's place 
Beat, John, lithographer, 26 Union place, Perth road 
Beat, William, confectioner, 13 Springhill place, Ferry road 
Beath, David, currier, 23 High street 
Beath, James, manager, currying department, Ladybank Leather Works; 

h. 32 Dudhope street 
Beath, John, of Beath & Keay, 20 South George street 
Beath, John, grocer, 24 William st., Forebank; h. 20 South George st. 
BEATH & KEAY, ironfounders, Albion Foundry, 28 Hill street. See Adv. 
Beats, Alexander, & Son, slaters, 52 North Lindsay street 
Beats, Alexander, of Alexander Beats & Son, 68 Bell street 
Beats, Alexander, jun., of A. Beats & Son, 27 Constitution road 



eats, James, milloverseer, 2a Hunter street 
Beatson, Mrs Isabella, grocer, 20^ Alexander street ; h. 20 
3eattie, Chas., confectioner, 9 Overgate; h. 24 Bank street 
\if Beattie, Jas., produce mer., 3 Exchange st.; h. 10 Kilnburn pi., Newport 
etr Beattie, Peter, confectioner and pastrybaker, 71 Overgate; h. 11 
Beattie, Robert, bundler, 61 Alexander street 

Beattie, Robt. P., district manager, PearlLifeAssuranceCo.,82Victoriard. 
Beattie, William, brushmaker, 52 and 54 Barrack street ; h. 2 Park ter. 
Beattie, William, watchman, 32 Princes street 
Beattie, Miss, Annan terrace, 19 South Wellington street 
^eatts, Charles, 143 Victoria road 
Beatts, David B., warehouseman, 32 South Tay street 
Beatts, John M. , auctioneer, valuator, and agent, 49 St Andrew's street 
Beatts, John, foreman mechanic, 38 Hillbank road 
Begbie, John, assistant inspector of poor, 17 North Wellington street 
Begbie, William P., grocer and wine merchant, 2 and 4 Greenmarket 

and 26 Crichton street ; h. 24 Crichton street 
egbie, William, compositor, 51 Meadowside 
Segbie, William, porter, 230 Hilltown 
Begg, Andrew, milloverseer, 34 Ogilvie's road 
Begg, Arthur, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 106 Commercial street 
Begg, Arthur, of Arthur Begg & Son, East Somerville place 
Begg, Arthur, cloth inspector, 5 South Ellen street 
Begg, David G., of Arthur Begg & Son, 15 Louise terrace, West Ferry 
Begg, F. A., millmanager, Ladybank Mill ; h. 6 Garland place 
Begg, Peter, librarian. Advertiser office ; h. 6 Kinnaird street 
3egg, Robert, carpenter, 219 Blackness road 

Begg, Wm. , grocer and spirit merchant, 109 Perth road ; h. 3 Ryehill lane 
Begg, Mrs, 12 King street 
Begley, John, broker, 22^ James street 

Beharrie, Alexander, tobacconist, 41 Dock street ; A. 63 Gellatly street 
Beharrie, Alexander, clerk, 98 Rosebank street 
Jeharrie, William, mechanic, 20 Baxter street 

Behrens, JohnG. , accountant, Dens Woi'ks; h. Thistle cottage. Shamrock st. 
Behrens, S. L., & Co., merchants and manufacturers, 63 Cowgate, and 

at 80 and 82 Mitchell street, Glasgow 
Jelford, James, manager to A. & G. Taylor, photographers ; h. 2 Dal- 

housie terrace 
Belgium, Vice-consul for — T. W. Thoms, 18 St Andrew's place 
Jell, Adam, greengrocer, 153 Perth road 

5ell, Alexander H., merchant, 12 Panmure st. ; /(. Taycliff, Harecraig 
Jell, Alexander, warder, H.M. Prison ; h. 133 Blackness road 
5ell, Alexander, tea merchant, 41 Cowgate ; h. Friar street, Perth 
Jell, Rev. Arch. , M. A. , Chapelshade Est.Ch. ; A. Ashtonvilla,Shamrockst. 
Bell, David, joiner, 52 Constable street 
Bell, David, joiner, 8 Strathmartine road 
Bell, David, funeral undertaker, 51 Ann street 

Bell, George, pawnbroker, 74, 76, and 78 Cowgate; h. 63 Gellatly street 
Bell, George G., of James Bell & Sons, North Myrtlebank, East Newport 
Bell, George Jarvis, Belmont, 15 Perth road 
?ell, George, baker, 7 Ireland's lane 


Bell, Hay, stationer and ironmonger, 26 Dundonald street and 26 Watso: . 

street ; h. 2 Wolseley street 
Bell, James, & Sons, wholesale grocers and tea merchants, N. Lindsay si 
Bell, James F., of James Bell & Sons, Newington terrace, Bro'ty Ferry 
Bell, James, of Bell & Sime, Gowanbank, Lochee road 
Bell, James Harriott, of Thomas Bell & Sons, Belmont, 15 Perth road 
Bell, James, grocer, 82 Lochee road 

Bell, Jas. , telegraphist, Post Office ; h. Greenlaw place, Clepington roa( . 
Bell, James, seaman, 15 Lawrence street 

BeU, John W., of Thomas Bell & Sons, Belmont, 15 Perth road 
Bell, John, cowfeeder, 21 Cleghorn street ; h. 19 
Bell, John, Morton's square, 31 Wellgate "^ 

Bell, John, tobaccospinner, 16 King's road 

Bell, John, telegraphist, Post Office ; h. 30 Union place, Perth road 
Bell, Peter, clerk, 17 Cleghorn street 
Bell, Rannie, & Co., wine merchants, 44 Reform street 
Bell, Richard, milloverseer, 96 Dens road 
Bell, Robert, house proprietor, 17 Cleghorn street 
Bell, Robert, joiner, 247 Blackness road 
Bell & Sime, timber merchants. Marine parade 
Bell, Thomas, & Sons, floorcloth canvas manufacturers and export 

merchants, Belmont Works, 118 Hawkhill 
Bell, Thomas, of Thomas Bell & Sons, Belmont, 15 Perth road 
Bell, Thomas, jun., of Thomas Bell & Sons, Hazel wood, W. Ferry 
Bell, William F. , of James Bell & Sons, Woodmuir, West Newport 
Bell, William, tailor and clothier, 10 High street 
Bell, William, examining officer, H.M. Customs ; 7t. 3 Arbroath road 
Bell, William, waste merchant, 18 and 20 Baltic st; h. 12 DaUfield ter. 
Bell, William, mechanic, 5 Milnbank road 
BeU, William, tailor, 68 Nethergate 
Bell, Mrs Jessie, milliner, 72 Princes street 
Bell, Mrs Mary, confectioner, 149 Perth road 

Bell, Mrs William, Hawkhill house, 10 HawkhiU place | 

Bell, Mrs, Taycliff, Harecraig f 

Bell, Miss Susan, dressmaker, 234 Overgate ; h. 7 Cochrane street 
Belmont Works, 118 Hawkhill; Thomas Bell & Sons, merchants and 

floorcloth canvas manufacturers 
Bellwood, J., & Co., general printers, 4 J High street 
Benner, Isaac R., agent. Midland Railway Co., 57 Meadowside, an^ 

South Union street ; h. 1 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill 
Bennet, Alexander, mechanic, 1 Meadow entry 
BENNET, DAVID, joiner, cart^^Tight, and van builder, 20 and 22 Eas 

Henderson's wynd ; h. 11. See Adv. 
Bennet, Hector, shipwright, 124 Seagate 
Bennet, William, woodturner, 35 Lower pleasance 
Bennet, William, coaldealer, S3 Miller's wynd ; h. 39 
Bennet, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 7 Park lane 
Bennett, Thos., boot, shoe, and clog maker, 123 Overgate ; 7i. 19 Stanlejij 

place. Step row 
Benny, Agnes W. , babylinen establishment, 55Hilltown ; h. 11 Panmurest 
Benvie, William, house proprietor, 9 Somerville place 


Benvie, William H., calenderer and sack manufacturer, King Street 

Calender ; h. Daisybank, Maryfield 
Beocher, John, cabinetmaker, 137 Locbee road 
Berg, E. P., secretary, North Sea Steam Shipping Co., 6 Panmure street ; 

h. Seafield, Broughty Ferry 
Berg, Robt. I. , civil engineer's assist. , 41 Reform st. ; A. The Elms, B. Ferry 
Bermingham, Mrs, pawnbroker, 182 and 184 Scouringburn ; h. 178 
Berrie, Alexander, pavior, 22 Fleuchar street 
Berry, James, produce broker, 13 Shore terrace; h, 25 Springfield 
Berry, John, chairmaker, 14 North Ellen street 
Berry, Thomas, & Co., mill and factory furnishers, 53 Cowgate 
Berry, Thomas, of Thomas Berry & Co., yarn and linen merchant, 53 

Cowgate ; A. 11 Renny place. West Ferry 
Bertie, James, carpenter, 26 St Roque's lane 
Bertie, James, joiner, IS Bellfield lane 
Bertie, Thomas, cooper, 24 St Roque's lane 

Bertie, William, teacher, Balfour Street Public School; A. 11 Springfield 
IBertie, William, grocer, 144 Overgate ; A. 138 
Best, John W. , leatherdresser, 25 South Lindsay street 
Bett, James, plumber, 26 Bell street 
Bett, Thomas, & Co., flax merchants, 21 Albert square 
Bett, William E., joiner, 33 Castle street 
Bett, Misses, 3 Springfield 
Betts, Mrs Helen, grocer, 52 Hilltown ; A. 54 

Beveridge, Geo., assistant sanitary inspr., W. Bell st.; A. 13 Blackness st. 
Beveridge, George, clerk, 28 Balfour street 
Beveridge, James, police constable, 3 Kincardine street 
Beveridge, James, grocer, 9 Castle lane ; A. 7 
Beveridge, Meldrum, sergeant of police, 21 Kincardine street 
Beveridge, William, assistant librarian, Free Library; A. 6 M 'Vicar's lane 
Beveridge, William, tinsmith, 6 Dallfield terrace 
Beveridge, Mrs, confectioner, 120 Lochee road 
Bewick, George, factoryoverseer, 25 Langlands street 
Bewick, Peter, traveller, 30 Thomson street 
Bewick, Thomas, weaver, 47 Annfield road 
(Bewick, Mrs, 3 Step row 
Bewick, Mrs, 30 Thomson street 
IBillington, John, ropespinner, 52 Hill street 
Binney, Alexander, millforeman, 3 Mitchell street 
Binny, David, powerloom tenter, 6 Fairley place 
Binny, James, clerk, 8 Park terrace 

IBirnie, Alexander, photographic apparatus maker, 118 Perth road ; A. 
\ 3 Magdalen Yard road 
Birnie, David, moulder, 23 Mains loan 

Birnie, Edward, engineer and machine merchant, 22 Clark street 
Birnie, Robert, moulder, 12 Lawrence street 
Birnie, Mrs Eleanor, 43 Union street 
Birrell, Andrew, bootmaker, 113 Overgate; A. 103 
■ Birrell, John, teacher, Euclid Crescent School ; h. 1 West Bell street 
Ipirrell, John F., shipping and insurance agent, 123 Murraygate ; A. 5 
Victoria place. West Ferry 


Birrell, John W., insurance broker, 23 Panmure st. ; h. 12 Speed's ter. 

Birrell, Peter G., waiter, 49 Gellatly street 

Birrell, William, dresser, 2 Dens brae 

Birse, David, joiner, 39 High street 

Birse, George, grocer, 8 Elizabeth street 

Birse, James, shoemaker, 35 Victoria road 

Birse, William, frenchpolisher, 7 Bruce street 

Birse, Mrs Thomas, 12 Elizabeth street 

Birse, Mrs, midwife, 11 Blackness street 

Bisset, Christopher J., architect, 123 Victoria road 

Bisset & Co., tailors, 157 Victoria road 

Bisset, David, railway agent, 33 Cowgate; h. 1 St Vincent st., B. Ferry,' 

Bisset, George S. , merchant and manufacturer, 8 Panmure street ; k. Tl 

Alma terrace. West Newport 
Bisset, James, sheriff-officer, 51 High street ; h. 10 Albert street 
Bisset, James, baker, 310 Perth road ; h. 308 
Bisset, James, lorryman, 9 Tannadice street 
Bisset, John, 22 Airlie place 
BISSET, WILLIAM, saddler, 57 Reform street ; h. Ashbank, East Somer- 

ville place. See Adv. 
Bisset, William, compositor, Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 
Bisset, Mrs, 2 IJrquhart street 
Bissett, Gray, solicitor and notary public, 12 Bank st. ; h. Gowanbank, 

Broughty I erry 
Bissett, Thomas, feuar, 99 Lochee road 
Black, Alexander D. , flax inspector, 3 Dallfield terrace 
Black, Rev. Archibald, Ogilvie Free Church ; h. 2 Craigiebank terrace 
Black, David L., painter and paperhanger, 9 Shore terrace ; h. 10 
Black, David, gardener and contractor, 18 Small's wynd ; h. 1 Hean'slane 
Black, David, dockgateman, 30 Balfour street 
Black, David, porter, 28 Todburn lane 
Black, David, moulder, 8 Benvie road 
Black, David, clerk, 66 Peddie street 

Black, Edmund, mercht., 2 India buildings ; A. Lower Victoria, Carnoustie' 
Black, Elizabeth D., dressmaker, 3 Dallfield terrace 
Black, George, accountant, Union Ba.nk of Scotland, Panmure street ; 

h. St Mary's terrace, Downfield 
Black, George, of George Black & Co., 10 Forfar road 
Black, George, clerk, 226 Blackness road 

Black, George, traveller, Ladybank Leather Works ; h. 2 Arbroath road' 
Black, George, gardener, 31 Annfield road 
Black, George, & Co., merchants, 2 India buildings 

Black, James, draper, 5 Robertson street j 

Black, James, bootmaker, 51 Nethergate ; h. 13 Park entry A 

Black, James, greengrocer, 197 Hawkhill ; h. 1 Blackheath place k 

Black, James, shoemaker, 26 West -vvynd I 

Black, John, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Gellatly st. ; h. 74 Commercial st. 
Black, John 0., baker, 12 Hawkhill ; h. 10 
Black, John, milloverseer, 10 Lawrence street 
Black, John, gardener, 34 Pennycook lane 
Black, John, shoemaker, 103 Lochee road 


Black, John, carter, 19 Derby street 
Black, Michael, weaver, 28 Annfield row 
Black, Peter, factoryworker, 29 St Salvador street 

Black, Robt., manager, Laing St. Works; A. Victoria ores., 1 Lamb's lane 
Black, R. W., commercial traveller, 28 South Tay street 
Black, William M. , school and market bag manufacturer, 1 Jamaica st. ; 

h. Dalhousie lodge, Carnoustie 
Black, William, ironmonger, and bicycle and tricycle dealer, 94 and 96 

Murraygate ; h. 1 West Bell street 
Black, William, coal merchant, 58 Victoria road ; h. 48 
Black, Mrs Andrew, 4 Lawrence street 

Black, Mrs B., coaldealer, 18 Small's wynd ; h. 1 Hean's lane 
Black, Mrs Catherine, 17 Dudhope street 
Black, Mrs David, baker, 5 North Lindsay street ; h. 7 
Black, Mrs Isabella, spiritdealer, 137 Blackscroft ; h. 61 Ferry road 
Black, Mrs Thomas, 93 Peddie street 
Black, Mrs Thomas, 16 North Ellen street 
Black, Mrs, manglekeeper, 23 South Ellen street 
Black, Mrs, 1 St Peter street 

Black, Miss, upholstery sewer and bassinet trimmer, 308 Perth road 
Black, Miss A. F., milliner, dress and mantle maker, 1 St Peter street 
Blackadder, Robert, civil engineer and architect, 41 Reform street ; h. 

7 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry 
Blackie, Matthew, commission merchant, auctioneer, and valuator, 123 

Murraygate ; h. Tayport 
Blackie & Son, publishers, booksellers, and bookbinders, 37 Union st. ; 

John Brown, agent 
Blacklaws, John, cabinetmaker, 154 Nethergate ; h. 16 Step row 
Blackness Factory, Blackness road; Douglas, Reid, & Co., manufacturers 
Blackness Foundry, Larch street; Urquhart, Lindsay, & Co., engineers 
Blackwood, Henry, manager, Dundee Aerated Water Manufacturing Co., 

Limited ; ^. 21 Magdalen Yard road 
Blair, Alexander, millworker, 65 North Church street 
Blair, David, house proprietor, 14 Dallfield terrace 
Blair, David, coal merchant, 50 Crescent lane ; A. 61 Crescent street 
Blair, David, millmanager, Wallace Craigie Works; h. 18 Arbroath rd. 
Blair, David M., engineer, 69 Blackscroft 
Blair, David, clerk, Wallace Foundry ; /t. 56 Dura street 
Blair, David, packer, 13 St Mary street 
Blair, Duncan, riveter, 28 Lilybank road 
Blair, Francis, blacksmith, 58 Crescent lane 
'Blair, George, hammerman, 27 Kidd street 
Blair, James, of Blair & Sons, 65 Commercial street 
Blair, John, wine merchant, 48 Scouringburn ; h. 2a Hunter street 
Blair, John G., clerk, 10 Stanley place. Step row 
Blair, John, warping overseer, 34 Fleuchar street 
Blair, Peter, shipmaster, 4 Dock street 
Blair, Robert, powerloom tenter, 11 Robertson street 
Blair & Sons, stationers and newsagents, 6 Castle street 
Blair, Wm. 13., merchant, 63Cowgate ; h. Clematis cottage, Madeira st. 
Blair, William, of William Blair & Co. , 3 Baltic street 


Blair, William, & Co., stationers and newsagents, 40 Wellgate, and 

booksellers, 215 Overgate 
Blair, Mrs John, lace cleaner, 38 Seafield road 
Blair, Mrs, 36 Dundonald street 
Blair, Miss, dressmaker, 26 Albert street 
Blairgowrie Spinning Co., The, 2 Royal Exchange place 
Blakeney, Thomas S., of Moon, Langlands, & Co., 10 Dudhope place 
Blaney, Joseph, wine and spirit merchant, 186 Hilltown ; h. 17 Hawkhill 
Blumenreich, Rev. William H. , teacher of German, 6 Airlie terrace 
Blyth, Alex. , jun. , fishdealer, 23 Constitution road ; h. 89 Murraygate 
Blyth, David, cabinetmaker, 24 Raglan street 
Blyth, James, stoker. Gasworks ; h. 90 Blackscroft 
Blyth, James, biscuitbaker, 12 Glebe street 
Blyth, John, tailor, 17 Glamis street 
Blyth, Thomas, fireman, 10 Mid street 

Blyth, William, glazier and pictureframer, 99 Princes street ; h. 97 
Blyth, William, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, 4 Hospital wynd; 

h. Lorimer street 
Boak, William, mason, 48 Princes street 
Boase, Alfred, of Boase & Co., Claverhouse, Mains 
Boase & Co., yarn bleachers and yarn millers, Claverhouse 
Boase, George William, banker, Royal Bank ; h. 10 Windsor street 
Boase, Henry, & Co., jute spinners and manufacturers, and merchants, 

Wellfield Works, Kemback street 
Boase, Henry, of Henry Boase & Co., 3 Clarendon terrace 
Boase, Henry S., of Henry Boase & Co., 28 Springfield 
Boase, William L., & Co., flax, hemp, and jute spinners, merchants, 
manufacturers, and waterproof cover makers, Rockwell Works and 
Jamaica Works, and at Johnshaven ; office, 62 St Andrew's street 
Boase, William L., of W. L. Boase & Co., and of Small & Boase, Leven, 

1 Airlie place 
Boath, Allan, painter, 17 Ryehill lane 

Boath, David, sanitary officer. West Bell st.; h. Bankside, Downfield 
Boath, David, mason, 15 Paterson street 

Boath, David M. , clerk. Bank of Scotland ; h. Kelly cottage, Carnoustie 
Boath, Wm. S., treasurer of High School, 16 Euclid cres.; h. 64 Durast. 
Bodie, Peter, tailor, 40 Ferry road ; A. 8 St Matthew street 
Bogie, David, spiritdealer's assistant, 1 Dallfield walk 
Bogie, James, shoemaker, 17 Lawrence street 

Bogue, John, waste merchant, 29 Watson's lane ; h. 19 Airlie place 
Bogue, John, weaver, 59 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Bogue, Mrs Janet, wine and spirit merchant, 28 Scouringburn ; h. 24 
BOILER INSURANCE and Steam Power Co.. Limited; A. B. Lyall & Co., 

Royal Exchange place, agents. See Adv. 
Boland, Joseph A., pawnbroker, 72 Hawkhill ; h. 1 Park wynd 
BOLAND, M., & CO., clothiers and outfitters, 20 and 24 Hawkhill. See Adv. 
Boland, M., of M. Boland & Co., 7 Park place 
Bonar, Helen, confectioner, 109 Hilltown; h. 114 
Bonar, Thomas, slater, 47 North Wellington street 
Bond, Thomas A., spirit merchant, 139 Victoria road ; h. Arcade build- 
ings, 46 King's road 


J jJBond, Mrs Alfred, lodgings, 123 Victoria road 
'ponnar, John, carpenter, 7 Fleuchar street 

pooth, Allan, millwright, 1 Shepherd's loan 

[Booth, Adam, seaman, 214 Overgate 

Booth, A. L. , clerk. Grove Mill ; h. 4 Park terrace 

liBooth, A., & Co., builders and contractors, 17 Constitution road 

[Booth, A. , of A. Booth & Co. ; h. BarnhUl, Broughty Ferry 
1 Booth, David, blacksmith, 21 West Henderson's wynd ; h. 2 William 
I street, Scouringburn 
■jBooth, Mrs, 11 Panmure street 

Borrie, David, joiner, 4 Benvie road 

Borrie, James, blacksmith, 19 Ogilvie street 

Borrie, James, mason, 111 Rosebank street 

Boswell, David, of M'Naughton & Boswell, 28 Arbroath road 
jBoswell, John, boot and shoe maker, 104 Overgate 
iBowbridge Works, Mains road and Thistle street ; J. & A. D. Grimond, 
spinners and manufacturers 

Bower Mill, Blinshall street ; John Sharp, manufacturer 

Bower, Mrs Amelia, dressmaker, 82 Overgate 

Bowes, George, joiner, 40 St Mary's place 

Bowes, George, mechanic, 20 St Mary's place 

1 Bowes, John Y., boot warehouse, 26 Westport; h. 40 St Mary's place 

Bowes, John, of J. Bellwood & Co. , 38 Seafield road 

Bowie, James, confectioner, 26 Parker street 

Bowman, Charles, cowfeeder, 128a Blackness road; h. 8 Cherryfield lane 

Bowman, David, grocer, 1 Roslin terrace ; h. 3 

Bowman, Ebenezer, painter, 189 Princes street ; h. 98 Albert street 

Bowman, John, porter, 19 Ogilvie street 

Bowman, Mrs, 172 Perth road 

Boyack, Alex., of Boyack, Barclay, & Co., Links villa, Broughty Ferry 

Boyack, Barclay, & Co., merchants, 6 and 7 Wallace court, Murraygate 

Boyack, David, calenderworker, 25 Charles street 

Boyack, James, waste merchant, 72 Constable street ; h. 1 Lamb's lane 

Boyack, Peter, mechanic, 57 Mains road 

Boyack, Robert, stationer and tobacconist, 16 N. Church street ; h, Z 

Boyd, Andrew, weigher, 126 Princes street 

Boyd, David, bootmaker, 62 Dudhope street ; h. 54 William street 

Boyd, E. & M., drapers and milliners, 135 Ann street 

Boyd, Frank, compositor, 16 Wilkie's lane 

Boyd, George, powerloom tenter, 249 Hawkhill 

Boyd & Husband, solicitors and insurance agents, 20 Reform street 
I Boyd, James, cabinetmaker, 89 Perth road ; h. 87 

Boyd, James, enginedriver, 20 Long wynd 
I Boyd, James, labourer, 10 Hospital wynd 

Boyd, John, hairdresser and perfumer, 4 and 6 South Tay street ; 
h. Union terrace, East Nevvport 

Boyd, John, porter, 24 South Ellen street 

Boyd, Omar, jun., grocer and spiritdealer, 183 Scouringburn ; h. 178 

Boyd, Peter, cattleman, 142 Strathmartine road 

Boyd, Thomas C, solicitor, 62 Commercial street ; h. Mylnefield feus 

Boyd, Mrs James, 1 Craigiebank place, Pitkerro road 


Boyd, Mrs Margaret, manglekeeper, 29 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Boyd, Mrs Omar, 148 Scouringburn 

Boyd, Mary, of E. & M. Boyd, 131 Ann street 

Boyes, Jas., insurance secy, and agent, 74 Commercial st. ; h. 2 Park ter. 

Boyle, James, shoemaker, 8 Peddie street 

Boyle, John, broker, 165 Perth road 

Boyle, Michael, coaldealer, 2 Milne's West wynd 

Boyle, Robt., calender manager, Victoria Rd. Oal. Co. ; h. 120 Victoria rd. 

Boyle, Robert S., paper-ruler, 37 Stirling street 

Boyle, Mrs Mary, broker, 48 Long wynd ; h. 90 Overgate 

Boyle, Mrs Robert, ironer, 48 Dallfield walk 

Boyle, Mrs W., grocer, 122 Scouringburn ; /(. 12 Peddie street 

Boyne, Miss Ann, draper, 5 Springhill place 

Boys' Home, West Bell street ; Alexander M'Ewan, superintendent 

Boyter & Co., oil refiners and merchants, Carolina Port Oil Works 

Boyter, Alexander, jun., clerk, 43 Castle street 

Boyter, John, of Boyter & Co. ; h. 43 Castle street 

Brackenridge, Mrs, lodgings, 8 Parker street 

Bradbury & Co., Limited, sewing machine manufacturers, 24 Barrack 

street, and Wellington Works, Oldham 
Braddy, William, clerk, 30 Caldrum street 
Bradford, John S., rag, rope, and waste merchant, 20 to 30 Baltic st., 

and Clepington Steam Waste Works, Arklay street, and jute 

spinner, Albert Mill, Clepington ; office, Baltic buildings ; h. The I 

Sycamores, 1 Albany terrace \ 

Bradley, James, overseer, 38 Blackness road 
Brady, Ann, grocer, 19 North Wellington street 
Brady, Bernard, 2 Urquhart street 
Braid, Charles D., of Simpson & Braid, 59 Dock street 
Braid, James, St Andrews, Anstruther, and Crail carrier, 3 Yeaman 

slaore ; h. St Andrews 
Braid, John, labourer, 32 Bell street 
Braid, Jane, 24 Euclid crescent 
Braid, Robert, joiner, 63 North Wellington street 
Brand, Alexander, mechanic, 29 Baxter street 
Brand, David, accountant, British Linen Co. Bank ; h. Bank house, 83 

Brand, Robert, manager, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Brand, Rodman G., of Zoller, Brand, & Co., Mylnefield house 
Brand, Thomas S., commission mercht, 49 Dock street; h. 22 Air lie pi. 
Brandt & Luhrs, flax merchants, 37 Albert square 
Branigan, William, bellhanger, 102 Annfield road 
Brannigan, Patrick, baker, 7 Clepington street 
Brazilian Vice-consul, Thomas Collier, 13 Albert square 
Brebner, Alfred, irondriller, 8 Dens brae 

Brebner, Gavin Emslie, bank-clerk. Bright cottage, Maryfield 
Brebner, James, M.A., teacher, Dundee Institution, 6 Tay square ; h. 2 

Scotswood terrace 
Brebner, John, baker, 3 Glamis street 
Brechin, James B., late bookbinder, 2 Tay Street lane 
Bremner, Andrew, joiner, 11 Paton's lane ; li. 249 Hawkhill 


Bremner, David, builder, 34 Ash street ; h. 10 Garland place 

Bremner, George, 125 Nethergate 

Bremner, John, mason, 38 Scouringburn 

Bremner, Sutherland, police constable, 24 North Ellen street 

Brew, Wm., grocer and wine merch., 77 Nethergate ; h. 2 Viewforth st. 

Brian, Mrs, 47 Annfield road 

Bricknall, James, mason, 13 West wynd 

Bridie, David A. , shipsmith, Salisbury place, 9 Baffin street 

Bridie, Mrs W. , lodgings, 8 Arbroath road 

Briggs, James, foreman porter, Taybridge Station ; h. 86 Annfield road 

Briggs, William, asphalter, East Dock street ; h. Arbroath 

Briggs, William, coalagent, 3 South Ellen street 

BRIMNER, JAMES, wine and spirit merchant, 16 Dock street ; h. 125 
Nethergate. See Adv. 

Brimner, William, carter, 9 Cleghorn street 

British and Foreign Metaline Co., manufs. of self -lubricating bushes, 
metaline and engine packing, 114 Murraygate; office, 74 Commercial st. 
ritish Linen Co. Bank, 83 Murraygate, James Arbuthnott Smith, 
agent ; Westport branch, James Ireland, agent 

Brodie & Buchan, solicitors. Bank buildings, 3 King's road 

Brodie, Catherine, grocer and confectioner, 228 Blackness road 

Brodie, David, ironturner, 23 Robertson street 

Brodie, James, bootmaker, 93 Perth road; h. 23 Tait's lane 

Brodie, James, butcher, 64 Hawkhill; h. Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 

Brodie, James, joiner, 37 Milnbank road 

Brodie, John, joiner, 42 Westport 

Brodie, John, porter, 17 St Mary street 

Brodie, Robert M., banker and solicitor, Royal Bank, 22 King street; 

/(. Grange terrace, Broughty Ferry 
"Brodie, Mrs James, 17 Graham place 

Brooks, John, wastedealer, 31 Watson's lane ; k. 38 
. Brooks, John, chinadealer, 58 William street ; h. 56 

Brough, Alexander J., of Storrier, Brough, & Co., 6 Clarendon terrace 

Brough, David, tenter, 19 Cleghorn street 

Brough, James, & Son, fruit merchants, 12 Dock street 

Brough, James, of James Brough & Son, Gardens, Rait, Errol 

Brough, James, jun., of James Brough & Son, 35 Constitution road 

Brough, John, market gardener, fruit and potato merchant, 34 Ferry 
road ; h. Stannergate Gardens 

Brough, Lawrence, tobacconist, 9 Cowgate; h. 3 Rustic place 

Brough, Robert, engineer, 62 Blackscroft 

Brough, Miss, teacher of music, 3 Rustic place 
.Brown, Alexander, draper, 24 Victoria street; h. 22 
'Brown, Alexander, dyer, 21 Strathmartine road 

Brown, Alexander, ship rigger and painter, 60 Lilybank road 

Brown, Alexander, enginehtter, 98 Princes street 

Brown, Alexander, labourer, 15 Tannadice street 

Brown, Andrew H., corn merchant, Guthrie st.; h. Ferry house, B. Ferry 

Brown, Andrew, joiner, 1 7 North Wellington street 

Brown, Andrew, dairyman, 125 Ferry road 

Brown, Ann, manglekeeper, 68 Dura street 


Brown, Charles C, of Thomas Brown & Sons, 14 Baton's lane 

Brown, Charles, spiritdealer's assistant, 194 Blackness road 

Brown, Charles M., clerk, 14 Baton's lane 

Brown, Colin, messenger. Banks Clearing House, 54 Commercial street ; 

h. 13 Balfour street 
Brown, David, agent for Bell, Rannie, & Co., 44 Reform street; 

h. 2 Balgillo terrace, Broughty Ferry- 
Brown, Daniel, shipsteward, 14 North Ellen street 
BROWN, DAVID, plumber, brassfounder, and gasfitter, 55 South Tay street 

and 175 Overgate ; h. Camperdowu cottage, Baldovan. See Adv. 
Brown, David, wine and spirit merchant, 23 Overgate ; h. Elma vUla, 

East Newport 
Brown, David, of John Brown & Son, 80 Strathmartine road 
Brown, David, merchant, 5 Craigie terrace 

Brown, David, assist, supert. Prudential Assur. Co. ; h. 2 Havelock place 
Brown, David, mechanic, 45 Cotton road 
Brown, David, mason, 156 Lochee road 
Brown, David M., tenter, 2 Hillbank road 
Brown, David, joiner, 23 Baxter street 
Brown, David, bleacher, 3 Tannadice street 
Brown, David, bundler, 136 Princes street 
Brown, David, stableman, 2 Allan street 
Brown, David, ironturner, 31 Dura street 
Brown, David, carter, 48 Taylor's lane 
Brown, Duncan, seaman, 30 Step row 

Brown, D. B., auctioneer, 138 Murraygate ; h. 20 William st., Forebank 
Brown, D. Barclay, insurance agt . , 23 St Andrew's st.;h. Long lane,B. Ferry 
Brown, Edward, warehouseman, 30 Dallfield terrace 
Brown, Elizabeth, eatinghouse-keeper, UN. Lindsay st. ; A. 22 Willison st. 
Brown, George, bellhanger, 62 Commercial street 
Brown, George, late shipmaster, 65 Commercial street 
Brown, George, porter, 12^ Mortimer place 
Brown, George D., M.A., teacher, 7 Garland place 
Brown, George, at Baxter Bros. & Co. ; h. Tay cottage, East Newport 
Brown, Harry, painter, 2 Idvies street 
Brown, Jas. W. , merchant, 2 Royal Exchange place ; h. Edmonton place, 

Broughty Ferry 
Brown, James, plumber, brassfounder, and gasfitter, 55 South Tay street 

and 175 Overgate ; h. 34 Tait's lane 
Brown, James, merchant and commission agent, 8 Panmure street ; h. 

Tayview terrace. East Newport 
Brown, James, minister. Apostolic Church ; h. 15 Balfour street '' 

Brown, James, tobacconist, 65 Victoria road ; /(. 63 »:) 

Brown, James, spirit merchant, 118 Lochee road ; h. 122 W 

Brown, James, shipmaster, Watson terrace, 60 Watson street n 

Brown, James, canvasser, Dundee West Station ; h. 6 Tannadice streett 
Brown, James, gardener, Crawford lodge 1 

Brown, James, tailor, 2 Gardner's lane j 

Brown, James, blockmaker, 3 Melrose terrace j 

Brown, James, plasterer, 9 Glamis street I 

Brown, James, milloverseer, 2 Paterson street 


Brown, James, painter, 10 Morrison's court 

Brown, James, porter, 1 Wolseley street 

Brown, John, & Son, builders, 80 Strathmartine road 

Brown, J ohn, of John Brown & Son, 80 Strathmartine road 

Brown, John, of Thomas Brown & Sons, 8 Paton's lane 

Brown, John, boatbuilder, E. side King William dock ; h. 13 W. Dock st. 

Brown, John, shipbuilder, sawmiller, and ship repairer, Victoria dock,. 

kEast; h. 2 Dalhousie terrace 
rown, John, baker, 102 Scouringburn ; h. 100 
Brown, John, inspector of works, 7 Lyon street 
Brown, John, railway porter, 7 Ireland's lane 
Brown, John, blacksmith, 22 Rose street 

Brown, John, seaman, Beaconsfield place, 7 William street, Forebank 
ferown, John, agent, 37 Union street ; h. 12^ Mortimer place 
Brown, John, labourer, 38 Dura street 
Brown, Joseph, fireman, 10 Watson street, Glebe 
Brown, Joseph, collector, 16 St Mary's place 
Brown, Matthew, confectioner, 93 Princes street 
'Brown, Nelson, seaman, 36 Cotton road 
Brown, Patrick, dealer in watches, 218 Overgate ; h. 214 
Brown, Peter, joiner, 20 North Ellen street 
Brown, P. S., of Brown & Tawse; h. 174 Perth road 
Brown, Robt., mer. and com. agent, 26 New Inn entry ; h. 358 Perth rd. 
Brown, Robt., bootmaker, 33 Reform st.; h. 3 Kilnburn pi., E. Newport 
Brown, Robert, calender manager, Wallace Works ; A. 175 Victoria rd. 
Brown, Robert, fireman, 15 Fairley place, Clepington road 
Brown, Robert, coaldealer, 8 Ash lane ; li. 38 Catherine street 
Brown & Tawse, iron and steel merchants, 14, 16, and 18 Exchange street 

and 36 Castle street 
Brown, Thomas, & Sons, painters and decorators, 47 Perth road 
Brown, Thomas Hay, butcher, 5 Tannadice street; h. 22 Wolseley street 
Brown, Thomas, inspector of poor, Dundee Combination, Townhouse 

buildings, 1 St Clement's lane ; h. Balgay terrace 
Brown, Thomas, farmer; dairy, 110 Hawkhill ; h. Emmock farm 
Brown, Thomas, car conductor, 34 Seafield road 
Brown, William, painter, 141 Nethergate ; h. 2 Blackness crescent 
Brown, William, manager, Cowgate Calender ; h. 151 Victoria road 
Brown, William A., 2 Grosvenor terrace, Perth road 
Brown, William, fireman, 42 North Ellen street 
Brown, William, agent, Prudential Asstxrance Co., 8 Peddie street 
Brown, Wm., jun., salt merchant, 13Greenmarket; h. 1 Grove, W. Ferry 
Brown, William, china merchant, 121 Princes sti-eet ; h. 119 
Brown, William, 7 Pennycook lane 
Brown, William, carpenter, 80 Nethergate 
/[Brown, William, fireman, 29 Arbroath road 
et- 'Brown, William, baker, 100 Scouringburn 
Brown, William, mason, Hawthorn place, 154 Lochee road 
iBrown, William, ironturner, 2 Fleuchar street 

iBrown, William, teacher. High School ; h. Louise terrace, West Ferry 
Brown, Mrs Archibald, 9 South Wellington street 
terown, Mrs Henry, 12 Lily bank road 


Brown, Mrs James, 4 Idvies street 

Brown, Mrs Jane, 12 Ireland's lane 

Brown, Mrs Peter, 37 Nethergate 

Brown, Mrs Robert, 6 Rosebank street 

Brown, Mrs Robert C, 123 Victoria road 

Brown, Mrs Robert, 4 Rosefield street 

Brown, Mrs Thomas, 174 Perth road 

Brown, Mrs, manglekeeper, 2 Brown street 

Brown, Miss Alice B. , 1 West Bell street 

Brown, The Misses, teachers, 13 Osborne place 

Brown, Miss, dressmaker, 6 Benvie road 

Brown, Miss, dressmaker, 88 Hawkhill 

Bi-owne, David J., clerk, Dundee Gem Line S.S. Co., Limited; h. 

Masonic place, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Browne, Rev. James I., St Mary's R.C. Chiu'ch ; h. 22 Powrie place 
Brownlee, Robert, of W. & R. Brownlee, 27 Step row 
Brownlee, W. & R., builders and manufacturing joiners, 40 Small's wynd 
Brownlee, William, of W. & R. Brownlee, 1 Clarendon terrace 
Bruce, Alexander, joiner and builder, 47 Elizabeth street ; h. 41 
Bruce, Alexander, baker, 13 Annfield street ; h. 93 Peddie street 
Bruce, Alexander, carter, 8 Kincardine street 
Bruce, Archibald, joiner, 10 South George street 
Bruce, Charles, butcher, 189 Hilltown ; h. 62 Caldrum street 
Bruce, D., & Co., blacksmiths and cartwrights, 19 Long wynd 
Bruce, David, & Co., ship and insurance brokers, 3 Royal Exchange 

place ; and 2 Fenchurch avenue, London 
Bruce, David, of D. Bruce & Co., Ethelstone, West Ferry 
Bruce, David, wine and spirit mer., 57 Lochee rd. ; h. 2 Gardner's lane 
Bruce, David A., of Bruce & Co., blacksmitlis, 17 Long wynd 
Bruce, David G., houseagent, 67 Seagate ; k. 8 Laurelbank 
Bruce, David, wine and spirit merchant, 24 Wellgate ; h. 2 Meadow st. 
Bruce, David, mason, 34 Alexander street 
Bruce, David, boilermaker, 21 Glamis street 
Bruce, George, baker, 108 Princes street ; A. 110 
Bruce, George, grocer, 27 Strathmartine road ; h. 25 
Bruce, George, shipriveter, 20 Baffin street 

Bruce, Jas. P., of John Bruce & Son, Seaside lodge, Barnhill, Bro. Ferry 
Bruce, James, assistant sanitary inspector, 23 Ogilvie's road 
Bruce, James, engineer, 50 Peddie street 
Bruce, Jane, millinery, 308 Hawkhill ; h. 14 Ford's lane 
Bruce, John, & Son, architects, 8 Bank street 

Bruce, John, of J. Bruce & Son, Seaside lodge, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 
Bruce, John Duff, S.S.C, solicitor and notary public, 116 Seagate; A. 

Sunnybank, 61 Magdalen green 
Bruce, John W., baker, 12 Kirk entry ; h. 5 \ 

Bruce, John, mechanic, 1 North William street 1 

Bruce, Laurence, labourer, 35 Watson street 1 

Bruce, Robert, confectioner, 32 Dudhope Crescent road 
Bruce, Robert, hairdresser, 12 Tally street ; h. 149 Seagate 
Bruce, Robert, foreman dresser, 54 Dallfield walk 
Bruce, Thomas, manager, Dundee Calender ; A. 48 Blackscroft 


Bruce, Thomas W., plumber, tinsmith, and ironmonger, 23 and 36 Strath- 

martine road ; h. 25 
Bruce, William K. , of James Keiller & Son, 9 Clarendon terrace 
Bruce, William M. , of David Bruce & Co. , 8 Laurelbank 
BRUCE, WILLIAM, marine and land engineer, and machinemaker, Victoria 

dock ; h. 10 Albert street. See Adv. 
Bruce, William, agent for Fairbairn, Naylor, Macpherson, & Co., Limited, 

Leeds ; office, 74 Commercial st. ; h. 2 Blackness crescent, Perth rd. 
Bruce, William, spirit merchant, 45 Caldrum street ; h. 41 
Bruce, William, 10 Janefield place 
Bruce, Mrs Ann, dressmaker, 37 Main street 
Bruce, Mrs J. M., 4 Park terrace 
Bruce, Mrs Margaret, 5 Church street. Princes street 
Bruce, Mrs William, 4 North street 
Bruce, Mrs, Miln's buildings, 146 Nethergate 
Bruce, Mrs, 49 Annfield road 
Bruce, Mrs, sicknurse, 9 Annfield row 
Bruce, Miss Mary, dressmaker, 80 Constable street 
Brush, Samuel, of Marshall, Andrews, & Brush, 43 Constitution street 
BEYCE, A. S , Glenpark Oil and Tallow Works, Glasgow. See Adv. 
BRYDEN, JOHN, & SONS, bellhangers and window blind manufacturers, 

Calcutta buildings, 22 Commercial street. See Adv. 
Brymer, Alexander, hammerman, 13 North Ellen street 
Brymer, David, blacksmith, 38 Kemback street 
Brymer, James, stationer and tobacconist, 141 Hilltown ; h. 160 
Brymer, Peter, ironturner, 160 Hilltown 

Brymer, Thomas, jun., joiner and house factor, 7 Parker street 
Brymer, Miss Mary, manglekeeper, 44 Dudhope street 
Bryson, David S., oil, paint, varnish, and ships' store merchant, engiijeer, 

and shipbuilders' furnishings, 38 Dock street ; depdt, Carolina port ; 

h. 30 Raglan street 
Bryson; Mrs John, 30 Raglan street 
Buchan, Alexander, jun., mechanic, 6 Blyth street 
Buchan, Alexander, millporter, 8 Blyth street 
Buchan, David, baker, 85 Perth road 
Buchan, David, flourmiller, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Buchan, David C, clerk, 61 Peddie street 
Buchan, David, cowfeeder, Ninewells 
Buchan, James, solicitor, of Brodie & Buchan ; h. Tayside house, 162 

Buchan, James C, clerk, 2 Balgay street 
Buchan, John S., houseagent, auctioneer, and valuator, 32 Bank street; 

h. 12 Strawberrybank 
Buchan, John B., engineer, 51 Peddie street 
Buchan, Thomas, auctioneer and valuator, 32 Bank street ; h. Balhousie, 

by Largo 
Buchan, William, & Co., jute and starch flour merchants, 9 Bell street 
Buchan, William, of William Buchan & Co., Baldovan 
Buchan, William, 72 Bell street ; A. Woodside, near Coupar- Angus 
Buchan, William, tailor, 190 Hawkhill 
Buchan, W. E., baker, 163 Hawkhill ; h. 51 Peddie street 


Buchan, Miss Sarah Camion, LL.A., teacher, Tayside house, 161 

Buchanan, Alexander, stair-railer, 12 Garland place 
Buchanan, David, storekeeper, Caledon Shipyard ; h. 5 Arklaj' street 
Buchanan, David, pointsman, 2 Annfield road 
Buchanan, Donald, dairyman, 23 North Lindsay street ; h. 103 Overgate|i 
Buchanan, Euphemia, laundress, 98 Seagate 

Buchanan, W. S. , manager, Trades Lane Calendg. Co. ; h. 7 Clarendon ter, 
Buchanan, Mrs, 5 Melrose terrace 
Bucklish, Henry, hide, skin, and tallow merchant. Slaughterhouses ; h. 

4 Idvies street 
Buglass, David B., governor. Combination East Poorhouse, Mains loan 
Buick, Thomas, of Gowans&Buick, Camphill cottage, Camphill, B. Ferry 
Buick, Andrew, painter, 4 Bljrth place 

Bulk, Andrew, jeweller, 102 Murray gate ; li. 24 Blyth street 
Bulk, George, of Buik & Reoch, coachbuilders, 61 Cowgate 
Buik, George, mechanic, 12 Dundonald street 
Buik, Henry, of W. & H. Buik, 246 Perth road 
Buik & Reoch, coachbuilders, Arcade buildings, King street 
Buik, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 75 Seagate; h. 42 Arcade 

buildings, King's road 
Buik, W. & H., ropemakers, Dundee Rope Works ; office, 17 Dock street 
Buist, Alexander J., of Don Brothers, Buist, & Co., Dundee, and of Wm. 

& John Don.& Co., Forfar ; h. Reresmount, Broughty Ferry 
Buist, Andrew, clerk, 42 William street, Forebank 
Buist, David, compositor, 66 Peddie street 

Buist, Hy., factory manager, RockwellWks. ; h. Rockwell house, Coldside 
Buist, John C, merchant, Ward Mills ; h. Reresmount, Broughty Ferry 
Buist, John H., of R. Buist & Sons, 16 Castle street ; h. 7 Viewforth st, 
Buist, Richard, feSons, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 16 Castle street; 

works, 15 Bell street 
Buist, Robert, mason, 1 Hunter street 
Buist, Thomas, of R. Buist & Sons, 2 Gowrie street 
Buist, Mrs C, laundress, 149 Blackness road 
Buist, Mrs, 16 Annfield street 

Buist, Miss Barbara, stationer and tobacconist, 58 Princes street 
Bullion, Henry, waiter, 15 Raton's lane 
Bunch, Peter, confectioner, 1 Wilkie's lane 
Bunkum, William, recruiting sergeant, 10 Benvie road 
Burch, John, chimneysweeper, 127 Blackscroft 

Burdon, Rev. Francis, S. Mary Magdalene's Epis. Ch. ; h.l5 Park place 
Burdon, James, wholesale and retail wine and spirit merchant, 47 Union 

street ; h. 7 Airlie terrace 
Burgess, John, hallkeeper, 8 Parker street 
Burgess, Joseph, blacksmith, 121 Hawkhill 
Burgh Surveyor's Office, 79 Commercial street ; Wm. Mackison, C.E., 

burgh surveyor 
Burke, Thomas, coaldealer, 3 St Mary street ; h, 1 
Burke, Mrs Ann, lodgings, 20 Greenmarket 
Burke, Mrs Thomas, dressmaker, 73 North Church street 
Burness, Archibald, fishdealer, 146 Hawkhill ; h. 24 Watson's lane 


Burness, Robert, gas inspector, 23 Ogilvie's road 
Burness, Mrs William, 117 Ann street 

Burnet, David, wine and spirit merchant, 3 Stirling st. ; h. 88 Rosebank st. 
Burnett, Alexander, clerk, East Station; h. 16 Wilkie's lane 
Burnett, Alexander, postman. Arcade buildings, 101 Victoria road 
Burnett, George, & Co., merchants, 2 India buildings 
Burnett, George, of George Burnett & Co., Seafield cottage, Bro. Ferry 
Burnett, George, assistant sanitary inspector. Epidemic Hospital, King's 

Cross road 

Burnett, James, baker, 117 Hilltown ; h. 225 Overgate 
Burnett, John, shipmaster, 18 Ferry road 
Burnett, John, baker, 11 Scouringburn ; h. 225 Overgate 
Burnett, Thomas, porter, Lilybank Foundry ; h. 36 Kemback street 
Burnett, Mrs, 14 Bellfield lane 
Burns, Charles D., flesher, 21 Dallfield terrace 
Burns, David, ship draughtsman, 8 North Ellen street 
Burns, James, coachtrimmer, 16 South Lindsay street 
Burns, JohnS., grocer and wine merchant, 55 Watson st. ; h, 12 Forfar rd. 
Burns, Patrick, agent, United Insurance Co. , 42 Balgay street 
Burns, Thomas, storekeeper, 7 Lyon street 
Burns, William, mercantile and fancy stationer, and bookseller, 102 

Nethergate ; h. 4 Gowrie place 
Burns, William, messenger, Royal Bank, Murraygate j h. 3 Peter street 
Burns, William, 41 Hawkhill 
Burns, William, milloverseer, 10 Blyth place 
Burns, William, mechanic. Burns cottage. Mains loan 
Burns, William, carter, Ellen place, 21 Lyon street 
Burns, Mrs Mary, lodgings, 8 Charles street 
Burns, Mrs, 12 Benvie road 

Burridge, George, cashier, Caledonian Railway; ^.16 Seafield road 
Burrie, Charles, joiner, 6 Isla street 
Burrie, William, joiner, 98 Dens road 

Burrows, John, pianotuner, organist, LifF Parish Ch. ; h. 79 Commercial st. 
Burry, Peter, calenderworker, 32 Bell street 
Burt, James D., calenderer, 2 Annfield road 
Butchart, Alexander, mechanic, 24 Hill street 
Butchart & Co., grocers and spirit merchants, 195 Lochee road 
Butchart, George, retired baker, 16 Forebank road 
Butchart, George, goods-guard, Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Butchart, James R., basket manufacturer and fancy goods merchant, 

30 Overgate ; h. 1 Mid street 
Butchart, James, shipcarpenter, 2.3 Arbroath road 

Butchart, John, of Butchart, Lindsay, & Co., Tighvonie, 2 Douglas ter. 
Butchart, Lindsay, & Co., manufacturers, 31 Constitution street 
Butchart, Peter, powerloommanager,Dens Road Factory; h. 31 Cotton rd. 
Butchart, Robert K., millmanager, Taybank Works ; h. 20 Eaglan st. 
Butchart, Robert, of Butchart & Co., grocers, 143 Lochee road 
Butchart, Thos. , sculptor, 68 and 70 Logie st. ; /t. 1 8 Taylor's st. , Lochee 
Butchart, William P., of Morison, Anderson, & Butchart, 9 Wellington st. 
Butchart, William, cloth inspector, 62 Caldrum street 
Butchart, Mrs Catherine, 24 Crichton street 


Butchart, Mrs David, 88 Princes street 

Buttar, Andrew, slater and slate mercliant, 31 Hawkhill, and Coupar- 

Angus ; h. 31 Hawkhill 
Buttar, Robert, enginefitter, 72 King street 

Butter, Alexander, of Wm. C. Norrie & Co., 4 Renny place, W. Ferry 
Butter, Alexander, clerk, Tay Works Calender ; h. 15 Balgay street 
Butter, Alex., private inquiry agent, 12 Bank street ; 1i. Carnoustie 
Butter, Alexander, moulder, 54 James street 
Butter, Christina, teacher. Industrial School, Ward road 
Butter, James, spirit merchant, 54 South Tay street ; h. 30 
Butter, Peter, stationer and tobacconist, 43 Hilltown 
Butters, James, lapper, 18 King's road 
Buyers, James P., accountant. North of Scotland Bank, Limited; h. 1 

Argyle terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Byer, William, pork butcher, 57 Nethergate ; h. 61 
Byres, William, clerk, 33 South Wellington street, Forebank 

Cable, John, traveller, 144 Ferry road 

Caddie, Andrew, tailor, 10 North Tay street 

Cadogan, Mrs, dressmaker, 18 Arbroath road 

Csesar, William, of Watt & Ctesar, Rowaubank, Philip st., Carnoustie 

Caffin, F. C, civil engineer. New Tay Viaduct j q^ce, 47 Magdalen green 

Cahn, Sigismund, merchant, 2 India buildings 

Oaird, Alexander, of Ramsay & Caird, 89 Arbroath road 

Caird, Alexander, engineer, 260 Hilltown 

Caird, George, teacher, Hawkhill Public School; li. 14 Thomson street 

Caird, James Key, manufacturer, 19 Cowgate; h. 8 Magdalen Yard road 

Caird, Thomas, ironturner, 204 Lochee road 

Caird, Mrs, Viewbank, Blackness road 

Cairncross, Andrew, merchant, 10 Baltic street 

Cairncross, James, sailmaker, 7 Annfield row 

Cairncross, Mrs R., 67 Seagate 

Cairncross, Mrs, 20 Thomson street 

Cairnie, James, tailor, 10 Tannadice street 

Cairns, Arthur, powerloom overseer, 4 Lawrence street 

Cairns, Peter, coffeehouse-keeper, 34 Arbroath road 

Caithness, David, mechanic, 8 Annfield street 

Caithness, Francis, carting agent, Caled. Rail. ; h. 15Louiseter., W.Ferry 

Caithness, James, weigher, 3 Allan street 

Caithness, John, shipmaster, 8 Forfar road 

Caithness, Mrs, 2 Baxter street 

Calcutt, Rev. Alfred Masters, St Paul's Episcopal Ch. ; h. Castlehill house 

Caldenbach, Charles, clock and watch maker, 43 Overgate 

Calder, Alexander, house proprietor, 223 Hilltown 

Calder, Alexander, jun., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 15 Milnbank 

road; A. 233 Hilltown 
Calder, C. Campbell, of J. F. & C. Calder, Myrtlebank, East Newport 
Calder, George, labourer, 60 Hill street 

Calder, John F., of J. F. & C. Calder, Myrtlebank, East Newport 
Calder, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 225 Hilltown; h. 219 
Calder, JohnG., accountant, 20 Castle street; h. Arbroath 


palder, John, cowfeeder, 22 Rosebank road 

Calder, John, engineer, 42 Kemback street 

Calder, J. F. & C, solicitors, 9 Ward road 

Calder, William, millforeman, 8 Fleuchar street 

Calder, Mrs John, 30 Hospital wynd 

Calder, Mrs, 7 South Ellen street 

Calderwood, James, shoemaker, 20 North Wellington street 

Caldrum Works, St Salvador st. ; H.Walker & Sons, spinners and manufs. 

Caldwell, Alexander, bookseller, 5 Charles st. ; h. 24 Constitution rd. 

CALEDONIAN Insurance Co., East of Scotland Branch, 37 Albert square; 
R. J. Niven, resident secretary. See Adv. 

Caledonian Oil Mills, 2 Blackscroft; Wilson & Sons, linseed cake manufacs. 

Caledonian Railway Station, S. Union street; goods oj^ce, Yeaman shore 

Caledonian and London and North- Western Railways ; central office, 94 
High street — John Hardie, agent 

CALEDONIAN Plate Glass Insurance Co. See Adv. 

Callaghan, Francis, broker, 26 Dudhope Crescent road 

Callaghan, John, weaver, 6 Bell Street lane 

Callander, James, grocer, 112 Lochee road 

Callander, John, labourer, 145 Blackscroft 

Callander, Mrs Louisa, 31 Step row 

Caiman, David, supt. of Graving Docks, Patent Slip, &c. ; h. 21 Dock st. 

Caiman, James P., insurance agent, 133 Perth road 

Caiman, John, carpenter, 98 Blackscroft 

Caiman, Mrs P., 191 Lochee road 

Caiman, Mrs, milliner, 75 Nethergate 

Calvert, Arthur, watchmkr. and jeweller, 58a Wellgate; /i.SSRosebankst. 

Cameron, Alexander, moulder, 22 Peter street 

Cameron, Alexander, stationer and confectioner, Ellen place, 7 Lyon st. 

Cameron, Alexander, surfaceman, 34 Step row 

Cameron, Alexander, hairdresser, 47 Princes street 

Cameron, A. S., housefactor, 31 Reform st. ; h. Bay cottage, West Ferry 

Cameron, Daniel, boatman, 14 Gellatly street 

Cameron, Rev. David B., M.A., Rosebank Parish Ch. ; /(. 2 Garland place 

Cameron, David, house proprietor, Salisbury place, 3 Baffin street 

Cameron, Donald, police constable, 46 Hilltown 

Cameron, George, marine engineer, 10 Exchange street 

Cameron, Henry, manager, Lilybank Foundry ; /;. 161 Princes street 

Cameron, James, upholsterer, 9 Parker street 

Cameron, James, housefactor, 26 Dens brae 

Cameron, James, collector, 2 Ogilvie's road 
i Cameron, James, teacher. High School ; h, 69a Constitution road 

Cameron, John, coaldealer, 22 North Church street ; h. 24 
I Cameron, John, officer. Unitarian Church ; li. 53 Constitution road 
I (Cameron, John, collector. Water Commission ; h. 8 Forfar road 
1 Cameron, John, traveller, 48 Overgate 

Cameron, John, tailor, 95 Murraygate 

Cameron, John, joiner, 74 Dura street 

Cameron, Patrick, tailor and clothier, 7 Overgate 

Cameron, Peter, draper and clothier, 34 and 76 Princes street ; h. 78 

Cameron, Robert, woodturner, 5 Melrose terrace 



Cameron, Robert, fruit merchant, 108 Scouringbum 

Cameron, Robert, overseer, 10 Carmichael street 

Cameron, Robert, mason, 91 Peddle street 

Cameron, Robert, joiner, 2 Eliza street 

Cameron, Samuel, shipsteward, 12 Gellatly street 

Cameron, Walter, patternmaker, 18 Ai-broatb road 

Cameron, William L., mechanic, 7 Paterson street 

Cameron, Mrs David, 29 South George street 

Cameron, Mrs, 2 St David's lane 

Cameron, Mrs, dressmaker, 104 Ann street 

Cameron, Mrs, 4 South George street 

Campbell, Alexander, M.B., F.R.C.S.E., 15 Airlie place 

Campbell, Alexander, merchant, 23 St Andrew's street; h. Kilnbur 

terrace, Newport 
Campbell, Alexander, engineer, 2 Catherine street 
Campbell, Andrew A., hatter and hosier, 110 Ann street and 108 Prince 

street ; h. Magdalen place, Clepington road 
Campbell, Andrew, tailor and clothier, 105 Princes street 
Campbell, Archibald, baker, 6 Lamb's lane 
Campbell, Charles, gardener, 30 Miller's wynd 
Campbell, Rev. Colin, B.D., Parish Church; h. 26 Magdalen Yard roa 
Campbell, Colin, seaman, 71 Perth road 
Campbell, Daniel, currier, 1 Littlejohn street 
Campbell, Daniel, clerk, 24 Dallfield walk 
Campbell, Donald, teacher, 38 South Tay st. ; h. Bruce cottage, Newpoi 
Campbell, Eliza, dressmaker, 54 Dallfield walk 
Campbell, George, tenter, 153 Hawkhill 
Campbell, Isabella, waitress, 8 Raton's lane 
Campbell, Rev. James M., Wallacetown Parish Church; h, Retrea 

cottage, 4 William street 
Campbell, James M., manufacturer, Viewbank terrace, Clepington 
Campbell, James, waste, rag, and scrap iron merchant, 17 Gellatly st. 

h. 3 East Somerville place 
Campbell, James, laundry, muslin curtain finishing and carpet beatinj 

works, 37 Hilltown 
Campbell, James, Inland revenue clerk, 247 Blackness road 
Campbell, James, contractor, 62 Constable street ; h. 84 
Campbell, James, joiner, 91 Milnbank road 
Campbell, James, foreman baker, 31 Crescent street 
Campbell, John, clerk, 8 Alexander street 
Campbell, John, tailor, 30 Miller's wynd 
Campbell, John, shipmaster, 318 Perth road 
Campbell, John, butcher. Park house, 1 Bruce street 
Campbell, John, grocer, 73 Albert street ; h. 26 Raglan street 
Campbell, Kenneth, saddler, 9 Tay Street lane 
Campbell & M'Lauchlan, coal merchants, 56 Gellatly street 
Campbell, Peter, butcher, 164 Scouringburn ; h. 2 Easson's angle 
Campbell, Peter, detective officer, 194 Scouringburn 
CAMPBELL, P. & P., of Perth, dyers and cleaners, 33 Nethergate. See Ad'Ax 
Campbell, Robt. L. , tar twine manufac, 35 Hilltown; h. 130 Scouringbur 
Campbell, Robert C. , clerk, 58 Mains road 


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■Campbell, Eobert, grocer, 14 Victoria chambers 
^ampbell, Robert, currier, 32 Carmichael street 

Campbell, Thomas, general dealer, 91 Blackscroft 

Campbell, Thos. , manager, John Wallace & Co. ; h.9 Taymouth pi. , B. Ferry 

Campbell, Walter, L.D.S., R.C.S., Eng., dental surgeon, 27 S. Tay st. 
'Campbell, William, butcher and gamedealer, 191 Perth road; h. 199 
(Campbell, William, baker, 152 Princes street ; h. 150 

Campbell, William, labourer, 44 Caldrum street 

Campbell, William, shoemaker, 12 Dallfield terrace 

Campbell, William, seaman, 229 Hilltown 

Campbell, Mrs, general dealer, 4 Session street 

Campbell, Mrs, midwife, Gowan's court, 21 North Tay street 

Campbell, Mrs, butcher, 4 Wellgate ; h. 6 

Campbell, Mrs, 15 Clepington street 

Campbell, Joanna, 304 Perth road 

Campbell, Miss, 13 St Peter street 

Canada Jute Co. , Limited, 33 Cowgate 

Canning, B. M., confectioner, 15 Barrack street; h. 7 Tally street 

Canning, Mrs, confectioner, 217 Overgate ; h. 187 

Cannon, Montague, merchant, Seafield Works; h. 19 Strawberrybank 

Cant, David, labourer, 3 Melrose terrace 

Cant, Mrs, 27 Catherine street 

Cant, James, bookseller, and agent for Sutton & Co. , 26 Greenmarket ; 
h. 61 Nethergate 

Capstick, John Walton, demonstrator in physical laboratory of Uni- 
versity College ; It. 13 Albert square 

Caraway, Owen, shoemaker, 169 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Bellfield lane 

Carey, David R., grocer's assistant, 7 William street, Forebank 

Carej^ James, baker, 29 Hilltown 

Carey, Jane, grocer, 25 Small's wynd 

Carey, Margaret, dressmaker, 23 Small's wynd 

Carey, Robert, mechanic, 4 Rosefield street 

Cargill & Co., yarn merchants and bleachers, Dundee Bleach Works; 
office, 23 Cowgate 

Cargill, David, of Cargill & Co., Longhaugh 

Cargill, David, teller. Royal Bank, Murray gate ; h. Ferryton cot. , Forfar 

Cargill, James, calenderer, 18 Wolseley street 

Cargill, John, manager, Westfield Works ; h. 6 Lawrence street 

Cargill, John, dockgateman, 20 Union place, Perth road 

Cargill, Joseph, traveller, 17 Clepington street 

Carlan, Mrs Peter, confectioner, 46 James street 

Carlin, R., grocer, 213 Hawkhill 

Carlton, Hubert, 1 Mountpleasant, Hawkhill 

Carlyle, George, clerk. West Station ; h. 3 Paradise road 

Carmichael, C. W. , engineer, 10 Dudhope terrace 

Carmichael, David, of James Carmichael & Co. , 10 Dudhope terrace 

Carmichael, D. L., engineer, 10 Dudhoj)e terrace 

Carmichael, George, of James Carmichael & Co., II Dudhope terrace 

Carmichael, James, & Co., engineers, millwrights, and boilermakers, 
Ward Foundry, Session street 

Carmichael, James, leather merchant, 13 N. Tay st. ; h. 51 Park wynd 


Carmichael, Jas. Wm., of James Carmichael & Co., 11 Diidliope terrace 

Carmichael, James, of Baxter Brothers & Co., SpringhiU house 

Carmichael, John, dockmaster. King William dock ; h. 56 Blackscrof t 

Carmichael, John, factoryworker, 55 North Church street 

Carmichael, Peter, of Baxter Brothers & Co. , Arthurstone, Meigle ; tele- 
grams to Ardler 

Carmichael, Samuel, clerk, 12 Balfour street 

Carmichael, Thos. , of Dawson & Carmichael, Campbeltn. pi., 273 Hawkhill 

Carmichael, William, tailor, 9 Hawkhill 

Carmichael, Mrs M., spirit merchant, 18 and 22 St Clement's lane; A. 
17 Osborne place 

Carnegie, Alexander, engineer, 26 Raglan street 

Carnegie, D. J., clerk, 'J Balfour street 

Carnegie, George, fireman, Watson terrace, 60 Watson street 

Carnegie, James, fishdealer, 103 Ann street 

Carnegie, James, shipcarpenter, 19 South Wellington street 

Carnegie, James W., traveller, 4 Gellatly street 

Carnegie, Robert K., waiter, Royal Exchange; h. 4 Royal Exchange pi. 

Carnegie, Robert, moulder, 33 Cotton road 

Carnegie, Reader, & Co., chimney restorers, 16 Lawrence street 

Carnegie, William, police sergeant, N. Police Station, 66 Union st.. Max. 

Carnegie, William, carver, 122 Hilltown 

Carnelley, Thomas, D.Sc, professor of chemistry. University College; 
li. 12 Clarendon terrace 

Carnie, James, milloverseer, 7 Blyth street 

Carr, Alexander, mechanic, 22 Temple lane 

Carr & Co., warehousemen, 10 Reform street 

Carr, George, engineman, 15 Catherine street 

Carr, James T., tinsmith, 57 North Wellington street 

Carr, John, turner, 2 Fairley place, Clepington road 

Carr, Michael S., of Carr & Co., Tay cliff house, East Newport 

Carrick, Richard, shipriveter, 11 Craigie street 

Carrick, William, blacksmith, 61 Murraygate 

Carrie, Alexander, dairykeeper, 26 Hunter street; A. 35 

Carrie, George, moulder, 36 Carmichael street 

Carrie, James A., carter, 26 Peddie street 

Carrie, James, cowfeeder, Fairmuir 

Carrie, John R., reporter. Advertiser office ; h. 2 Wilkie's lane 

Carrie, Stewart, seaman, Tay Ferries; h. 67 Lochee road 

Carroll, John, labourer, 35 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Carroll, John, labourer, 71 Constable street 

Carroll, John, greengrocer, 71 Caldrum street 

Carruthers, Charles, fireman, 16 Annfield row 

Carruthers, Mrs George, pawnbroker, 4 William st., Scouringburn; h. 8] 

Carse, William, woodturner, 23 Miller's wynd 

Carsewell, David, & Sons, grocers, 84 Seagate ; h. 1 Athole terrace 

Carswell, Alexander, flaxdresser, d2^ King street 

Carswell, David, joiner, 22 Kincardine street 

Carswell, Thomas, grocer and wine merchant, 24 Alexander street ; h. 
1 Athole terrace, Maryfield 

Carswell, Thomas, bootmaker, 14 Malcolm street 


|Carter, J ohn, agent, Temperance Society, 39 High street ; h. 8 Park ter. 
ICarthy, John, painter, 8 Hunter street 
Cartmiil, Thomas, labourer, 39 Derby street 
Cartwright, James, coffeehouse-keeper, 203 Scouringburn 
Carver, William, cabinetmaker, 14 Gardner's lane 

CASEY, JAMES P., & CO., dealers in furniture, left-off clothing, antiqua- 
rian books, &c., 174 and 176 Seagate; h. 172. See Adv. 
Cassaday, John, surgeon dentist, 89 Murraygate 
Cassidy, James, bricklayer, 54 King street 

Cassie, William, stereotyper, Advertiser of&ce ; h. 45 Annfield road 
Castagnino, John, confectioner, 8 South Union street ; h. 22 Barrack st. 
Castillo, John, hairdresser. Trades lane ; li. 15 Kiidoch street 
Catanach, Mrs Charles, grocer, 96 Blackscroft 
Catanach, James, lapper, 6 Temple lane 
Cathie, Mrs, 49 Peddie street 

Cathmore, John, saddler, Ellen place, 7 Lyon street 
Cathrew, Patrick S., joiner, 29 St Salvador street 
Cathro, Alexander, carpenter, 150 Princes street 
Cathro, Alexander, overseer, 23 Stirling street 
Cathro, David, spiritdealer's assistant, 50 Gellatly street 
Cathro, George, overseer, 2 Lawrence street 
Cathro, John N., grocer, 76 Annfield road ; h. 73 
Cathro, Thomas, messenger, National Bank ; h. 2 Ann street 
Cathro, Miss H., dressmaker, 73 Annfield road 
Caw, Charles, of W. & C. Caw, 23 Panmure street 
Caw, William, of W. & C. Caw, 42 King's road 
Caw, W. & C. , restaurateurs, 25 Panmure street 
Cawfield, Bridget, bookseller, 40 Forebank road 

Chalmers, Alex. W., manager. Bank Mill; /«. Water loo pi., 75 Annfield I'd. 
Chalmers, Alexander, milloverseer, 4 Benvie road 
Chalmers, Alexander, stower, 13 Arthur street 
Chalmers, Annie, fruiterer, 94 King street ; h. 4 Gellatly street 
Chalmers, Barbara, fruiterer, 52 William street ; h. 49 Gellatly street 
Chalmers, Bell, of B. & J. Chalmers, 31 Ash lane 
Chalmers, B. & J., contractors and dairymen, 31 Ash lane 
Chalmers, David, stationer and confectioner, 194 Seagate 
Chalmers, David F. , commercial traveller, 11 Union place, Perth road 
Chalmers, David, clerk, 11 Union place, Perth road 
Chalmers, David, mechanic, Lorimer street 
Chalmers, David, tailor, 86 Annfield road 
Chalmers, David, sailmaker, 10 Ashton place, Hawkhill 
Chalmers, Francis, labourer, 28 Hospital v/ynd 
Chalmers, George, plasterer, 14 Gardner's lane 
Chalmers, James, manager, Tay Works ; /t. 4 Constitution terrace 
Chalmers, James, of B. & J. Chalmers, 31 Ash lane 
Chalmers, James, stationer, 20 Scouringburn 
Chalmers, James, milloverseer, 29 Dallfield terrace 
Chalmers, John, cashier, 26 Bank street ; h. 119 Nethergate 
Chalmers, John, rope and twine maker, 128 Blackness rd. ; A. 1 1 1 Hawkhill 
Chalmers, John, clerk, 93 Arbroath road 
Chalmers, John, mechanic, 131 Ann street 


Chalmers, John, tailor, 38 Blackness road 
Chalmers, J. W., 22 Airlie place 

Chalmers, Peter, stationer, and sub-postmaster, 128 Hilltown ; h. 126 
Chalmers, Robert, millmanager, Dens Works ; h. 91 Arbroath road 
Chalmers, Thomas, grocer's assistant, 7 William street, Forebank 
Chalmers, William F. , merchant, 1 1 Meadow street ; h. 36 Jamaica street 
Chalmers, William, sawyer, 38 Long wynd 
Chalmers, William, bookbinder, 10 South Tay street 
Chalmers, William, bootmaker, 40 High street ; Ji. Grove, West Ferry 
Chalmers, William, merchant, 13 William street, Forebank 
Chalmers, William, fireman, 5 Glebe street 
Chalmers, William, engine tenter. Fern cottage, Clepington 
Chalmers, Mrs Alex. , 32 South Wellington street 
Chalmers, Mrs Robert, Craigiebank cottage, Pitkerro road 
Chalmers, Mrs, 40 Perth road 

Chalmers & Kidd, Misses, tobacconists, 70 Nethergate 
Chalmers, Miss Elsie, dressmaker, 119 Nethergate 
Chambers, Alexander, beamer, 56 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Chambers, Alexander, tenter, 46 Bell street 

Chambers, Alexander, manager. Verdant Works ; h. 1 Bruce street 
Chambers, James, bandmaster, 1st F.A.V., 82 Dudhope street 
Chapelshade Works, 42 Bell street; J. Malcolm & Sons, manufacturers 
Chapelton, David, grocer and spirit merchant, 163 Hilltown; /;. 159 
Chaplin, Jacob, seaman, 2 St David's lane 
Chaplin, John, mason, 10 Roslin terrace. Court street 
Chapman, Charles W., clerk, 8 Meadowside ; h. 29 Union street 
Chapman, David, shipmaster, 29 L^nion street 
Chapman, David, fruiterer, 187a Perth road 
Chapman, George, seaman. 111 Princes street 

Chapman, James, & Son, wholesale confectioners, 113 Murraygate 
Chapman, James, jr., confectr., 22 Union st. ; /(. Ashcliff, W. Newport 
Chapman, Jas., of Jas. Chapman & Son, Yewbank cottage, W. Newport 
Chapman, John, shipcarpenter, 19 West wynd 
Chapman, Mrs, 2 Annfield road 

Charles, John B., English master, High School; h. Westlea, W. Ferry 
Charles, John, seaman, 6 Blackness street 
Charles, Robert, watchman, 145 Princes street 
Charran, Augustin, lodginghouse-keeper, 97 Overgate 
Chasser, James, tailor, 18 West wynd 

Cheyne, John, advocate, sheriff-substitute of Forfarshire, 7 Airlie place 
Cheyne, Wm., grocer and spiritdealer, 28 Wilkie's lane ; h. 27^ Tait's lane 
Chisholm, Duncan J., clubmaster, Whitehall Club, 23 High st. ; h. 82 
Chisholm, James P., grocer, 16 Arthur street ; h. 18 
Chisholm, James, jun., cork manufacturer, 11 North Wellington street 
Chisholm, John C, tailor, 2 Rosebank street 
Chisholm, Roderick, harbour weigher, 2 Arbroath road 
Chivas, James, broker, 131 Blackness road ; h. 133 
Christian, Edward H., accountant, Rl. Bank, 36 W'port; h. 3 Dalhousie ter. 
Christie, Alexander, tenter, 14 Wolseley street 

Christie, Charles, fruit and potato merchant, 15 Cowgate ; h. 23 St 
Andrew's street 


yhristie, Charles, foreman irontui-ner, 3 Roslin terrace 
Christie, Charles, stoker, 30 Victoria street 
Christie, Christina, ladies' nurse, 42 William street, Forebank 
hristie & Co., wine merchants, 13 Panmure street 
Jhristie, David, fish and game dealer, 63 Hawkhill ; h. 61 
Jhristie, David, jun., fish and game dealer, 81 King st. ; h. 5 Willisonst. 
phristie, Elizabeth, matron, H.M. Prison, West Bell street 
ZJhristie, Fergus, mechanic, 35 Alexander street 

Christie, Geo., of Dewar & Christie, Friartongrove, 57 Magdalen green 
Christie, George, coal merchant, 3 Thistle street ; li. 13 Derby street 
Christie, George, engineer, 9 Parker street 
Christie, George, fireman, 12 Shepherd's loan 
Christie, James, of Robertson & Christie, 2 Bell street 
Christie, James, dress, mantle, and mourning warehouseman, 84 and 86 

Commercial street ; A. 84 
Christie, James R., blacksmith and cartwright, East Deck street; li. 

68 St Andrew's street 
Christie, James L., warehouseman, 8 North Ellen street 
Christie, Jas. , wine and spirit merch. , 125 Murraygate ; A. 79 Commercial st. 
Christie, James L., sackmaker, 23 Lower pleasance ; /t. 2 Ness street 
Christie, James, grocer, 59 Milnbank road 
Christie, James S., clerk, Vl\ Mortimer street 
Christie, James, mechanic, 8 Catherine street 

Christie, John, of M 'Grady & Christie, 1 Victoria square, Nethergate 
Christie, John R., of Forbes & Christie, 10 Derby place, B. Ferry 
Christie, John, housepainter, 34 South Tay street ; li. 25 Hawkhill 
Christie, John, labourer, 59 Alexander street 
Christie, John, seaman, 72 Ann street 
Christie, Mary, greengrocer, 108 Hawkhill 
Christie, Nimmo, organist and music teacher, 87 High street 
Christie, Peter, furniture dealer, 41 King street 

Christie, Robert, butcher, Livingston place; /*. 1 Gardner st., Lochee rd. 
Christie, R. Kay, of J. T. Inglis & Co. , shipagent ; A. Longforgan 
Christie, Robert S., of Christie & Co., 30 South Tay street 
Christie, Robert, joiner, 31 Main street 
Christie, Stewart, watchmaker, 6 High street 
Christie, Thomas, grocer, 10 Dallfield walk 
Christie, Walter C, grocer and spirit merchant, 41 Hilltown; li. 1 Logie- 

bank, Lochee road 
Christie, Wm., grocer and wine mercht., 35 Ann st. ; 7i. 119| Hilltown 
Christie, Wm., mechanical draughtsman, Victoria crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 
Christie, William, mason, 4 Isia street 
Christie, William, cloth measurer, 30 Hillbank road 
Christie, William C, law-clerk, 26 Bell street 
Christie, William, manager, Albert Coffeehouse, 127 Overgate ; h. 57 

Arbroath road 
Christie, William, nightwatchman, 6 North Ellen street 
Christie, William, turnkey, Police Office ; h. 26 Pitfour street 
Christie, William, watchman, 6 North Ellen street 
Christie, Mrs Andrew, confectioner, 13 Lilybank road 
Christie, Mrs, 23 Castle street 


Christie, Mrs, Magdalen place, Clepington road ' 

Christie, Mrs, 10 Lawrence street 

Christison, John, brassfinisher, 129 Ann street 

Christopher, David B. , coachtrimmer, Magdalen place, Clepington 

Chrystal, James, joiner, 24 Temple lane 

Chrystal, Thomas, commission agent, 15 Kidd street; h. 1 N. William st. 

Clancy, William, draper, 24 Peddie street 

Clapperton, Rev. Robt., St Andrew's R.C. Church; h. 150 Nethergate 

Clark, Alex., rope and twine spinner, 54Caldrumst. ; h. 44 N. Church st. 

Clark, Alexander, warehouseman, 101 Victoria road 

Clark, Alexander, tailor, 8 Blackness street 

Clark, Alexander, lapper, 1 Tay Street lane 

Clark, Ann, dressmaker, 99 Lochee road 

Clark, Archibald, assistant overseer, 13 Craigie street 

CLARK & ASHFORD, dress and mantle makers, baby linen and ladies' 

underclothing, 171 Princes street. See Adv, 
Clark, David, grocer, 27 Balgay street ; h. 1 Pitfour street 
Clark, David R., of D. R. Clark & Son, Maryfield terrace, Newport 
Clark, David A., plumber, 20 Baifin street 
Clark, David R., & Son, printers, 31 Castle street 
Clark, Euphemia, confectioner, 168 Scouringburn 
Clark, George, shoemaker, 52 Dura street 
Clark, George, M.A., headmaster, West-End Academy ; A. Ythanbank, 

West Newport 
Clark, H. M. & I., stationers and tobacconists, 169 Scouringburn 
Clark, Jacob, printer, 4 Havelock place 

Clark, James G., of D. R. Clark & Son, Maryfield terrace, Newport 
Clark, James, mason, 42 St Mary's place 
Clark, James, carpenter, 35 Cotton road 
Clark, James, ironturner, 17 Glebe street 
Clark, James, porter, 7 Ireland's lane 
Clark, James, weaver, 116 Rosebank street 
Clark, Jane, grocer, 34 Charles street 
Clark, John, producebroker and commission merchant, 7 Rankine's 

court ; li. 3 Roxburgh terrace, Westpark road 
Clark, John, medical herbalist, 20 Charles st. ; h. 67 Church st.. Max. 
Clark, John, plumber, 22 Annfield road 
Clark, .John, coal merchant, 23 Wilkie's lane ; h. 25 
Clark, John, teacher, 93 Arbroath road 
Clark, John, chimneysweeper, 16 Strathmartine road 
Clark, John, ironturner, 28 Kincardine street 
Clark, John, clerk, 22 West wynd 
Clark, John, gardener, 30 Pennycook lane 

Clark, John Bryce, solicitor, 54 Commercial street; h. 143 Nethergate 
Clark, Joseph, carting contractor, 9 and 11 Ash lane 
Clark, Patrick D., clerk, 1 Blackness crescent, Perth road 
Clark, Robert, compositor. Advertiser office ; h. 2 Gardner's lane 
Clark, Robert, overseer, 25 Wolseley street 
Clark, Thomas, joiner, 68 Strathmartine road 
Clark, Thomas, police constable, 21 Tait's lane 
Clark, Wm. G., second manager, Camperdown Ship Yard; h. 109 Ferry rd. 


Clark, William, ironturiier, 15 St Mary street 
Clark, William, printer, 44 Seafield road 
Clark, William, overseer, 3 Annfield street 
Clark, Mrs Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 167 Scouringburn ; h. 

Falcon place, 2 Wilkie's lane 
Clark, Mrs Archibald, 6 Logiebank 

Clark, Mrs Charles, Westiield cottage, 11 Westfield place 
Clark, Mrs David, wine and spirit merchant, 58 King street; h. 72 
Clark, Mrs James, 20 Airlie place 

Clark, Mrs Robt., of Ashford & Clark, dressmakers, IS Albert street 
Clark, Mrs, 53 Magdalen green 
Clark, Mrs, grocer, 33 Crescent street 

Clarke, David W., joiner and builder, 51 N. Wellington street; h. 63 
Clarke, James, joiner, 63 North Wellington street 
Clarke, John G. , cabinetmaker, 23 Union street 
Clarke, John H. , chief clerk, Inland revenue, 31 Bank st. ; h. 2 Col- 

lingwood terrace, Barnhill 
Clarke, Peter, lamplighter, 34 Alexander street 

Clayton, Charles, musician. Theatre Royal ; h. 84 Commercial street 
Cleghorn, John, spinner. Garden Works ; h. Diidhope villa, Gardner's lane 
Cleghorn, William, merchant and jutespinner, Garden Works, Benvie 

road ; office, 35 Meadowside ; h. Logic house, Lochee road 
Cleghorn, William, jun. , merchant. Garden Works ; h. Milnbank house, 

Milnbank road 
Cleland, Alexander, dairyman, 129 Victoria road ; h. 38 Forfar road 
Clements, Benjamin, officer, Wesley an Church, Wardrd. ; h. Rattray st. 
Clepington Spinning Co., jutespinners. North Isla street 
Clevely, Samuel, confectioner, 12 Bell street 
Clifif, Samuel M., hacklepin maker, 4 Lawrence street 
Cloudsley, Adam, coachpainter, 8 Brown street 
Cloudsley, John, spiritdealer, 104 Blackness road; h. SO 
Clunie, Douglas, joiner and cartwright, 200 Hilltown ; h. 2 Russell street 
Clunie, James, yarn dyer and bleacher, 69 Caldrum street 
Clutton, George Herbert, waiter, 11 Blackscroft 
Clyde, Mrs Thomas, lodgings, 7 Parker street 

Clydesdale Bank, Limited, High st. ; D. Sidey and Alex. Scott, agents 
Cobb, George, 106 Lochee road 
Cochran, Elizabeth H., 2 Peter street 

Cochran, James, agent. City of Glasgow Friendly Society, 87 King st. 
Cochran, John, sculptor, 108 Albert street ; h. 18 North Ellen street 
Cochran, John, draper, 22 Alexander street; h. 18 North Ellen street 
Cochrane, Alexander L., sorting clerk. Post Office; h. 26 Dura street 
Cochrane, Alexander, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, 23 Castle street 
Cochrane, David, millmanager, 7a William street, Forebauk 
Cochrane, Peter M., merchant, and vice-consul for France, 1 Dudhopeter. 
Cochrane, William, cloth inspector, 180 Blackness road 
Cochrane, William, commission agent, 22 Dock st. ; h. 7 William street 
Cochrane, Mrs, missionary, 49 Gellatly street 
Cochrane, Mrs, lodgings, 19 Airlie place 
Cockburn, J., & Campbell, wine merchants, of Edinburgh, 55 Reformat, ; 

R. Sturrock, agent 


Cockburn, Thomas R. , grocer and wine merchant, 23 Lilybank rd. ; A. 25 

Coffell, Mrs Elizabeth, laundress, 36 Constable street 

Coghill, John, fireman, 9 Church street. Princes street 

Coghill, William, cooper, 19 Middle street 

Cohen, Jas., pictureframe maker and gilder, 64 0vergate; A. 32 Charles st. 

Coldstream, John, chandler, 72 Hilltown 

Coldstream, William, factory overseer, 62 Caldrum street 

Cole, Mrs Ann, 17 Derby street 

Collier, Francis, of Robt. Small & Co. , Brae cottage, Broughty Ferry 

Collier, Thomas, & Co., merchants, 13 Albert square 

Collier, Thomas, of Thomas Collier & Co., 10 Balgillo ter., Bro. Ferry 

Collins, Isabella, tailoress, Beaconsfield place, 7 William street 

Collins, Mrs Mary Ann, wine and spirit dealer, 25 Castle street ; h. 10 

Exchange street 
Colman, Mrs Helen, lodgings, 46 Castle street 
Column Mill, Guthrie street ; 0. G. Miller & Son, flaxspinners , 
Colville, David, & Son, contractors, 38 North Lindsay street 
Colville, David, of David Colville & Son, 20 Union street 
COLVILLE, JAMES, woodturner, 21 North Tay street. ^eeAdv. 
Colville, James, of David Colville & Sons, 20 Union street 
Colville, John, assistant agent, National Bank ; h. 10 Springfield 
Colville, Thomas, coal merchant, 46 Cotton road ; /;. 48 
Colville, Thomas, spiritdealer's assistant, 3^ Blackscroft 
Colville, William, grocer and spiritdealer, 163 Perth rd. ; h. 1 Ford's lane 
Combe, James, wholesale grocer, 165 Seagate ; h. 4 Airlie terrace 
Combs, William, draper, 1 Cotton road 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Limited, 85 Commercial street ; K. W. 

Henderson and David Rennie, agents 
Comrie, Alexander, tenter, 1 1 Rosefield street 
Conacher, David, goodsagent, Caledonian Railway, West Station ; h. 

42 Magdalen Yard road 
Conacher, John, joiner, 4 Baxter street 
Conacher, Thomas, grocer, 16 Kincardine street 
Conacher, Mrs John, 31 Isles' lane 
Congleton, Thomas, of Heron & Congleton, solicitor and notary public, 

20 Castle street ; h. Wellgate park. West Newport 
Conlin, John, porter, 5 Ramsay street 

Connell, J. M., bootmaker, 62 Nethergate ; /;. Tay terrace, Newport 
Conn ell, William S., bootmaker, 81 High street, and Rankine's court; 

h. Tay terrace, Newport 
Connell, Mrs WiUiam, grocer, 30 Bell street ; h. 32 |j 

Connelly, James, weaver, 3 St Salvador street I 

Connelly, John, general dealer, 19 Scouringburn 
Connelly, Peter, grocer, 23 Derby street 

Connelly, Mrs Mary, grocer and spiritdealer, 14 Brewery lane ; h. 18 
Connelly, Mrs Ann, broker, 15 Urquhart street 
Connelly, Mrs, manglekeeper, 10 Daniel street 
Connoly, Miss, 31 Lawrence street 
Connon, Mrs M., manglekeeper, 81 Blackscroft 
Connor, James, tailor's cutter, 30 Stanley place. Step row 
Conrad, Charles, & Son, merchants, 2 India buildings, and Philadelphia 


|[!onroy, Margaret, dressmaker, 23 Clark street 

7onsidine, Jeremiah, sergeant-major, IstE.R.V., 179 Blackness road 
onstable, George, coal merchant, Raglan street ; h. 18 Albert street 
'Nonstable, James, warehouseman, 12^ Mortimer place 

I!onstable, Jas. , jun. , agent, bonded stores, 27 Dock st. ; h. 15 Dallfieldter. 

nonstable, Robert, foreman fitter, 2 Graham place 

yonstable, Robert, blacksmith, 2 Parker's court, William street 

'onstable Works, Dura street; Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., manufacturers 

/onway, James, vanman, 4 Rosebank street 

Uonway, John, labourer, 30 Back street 

/onway, Mrs, 16 Clark street 

'onway. Miss Annie, teacher, St Mary's R.C. School ; h. 24 Powrie pi. 
Coogan, John, waiter, 226 Blackness road 

Coogan, John, collector and sheriff-officer, 8 Blyth place, Balgay street 
Coogan, John, jun., tailor, 8 Blyth place, Balgay street 
Coogan, Mrs Rose, wine and spirit mer. , 82 Annfield rd. ; h. 2 Annfield row 
Cook, Andrew, painter, 8 Kincardine street 

Cook, Rev. Donald, Wellgate Free Church ; h. 6 Albany terrace 
Cook, Jas., blacksmith and cartwright, 9Gellatlyst. ; A. 2 Gardner's lane 
Cook, John, grain merchant, 6 Shore terrace ; h. 7 Langlands street 
Cook, Peter, coachman, 26 Long wynd 

Cook, Robert, fish salesman, 7 Pishmarket ; h. 14 E. Brook st., B. Ferry 
Cook, Robert, clerk, Dundee Foundry ; h. 20 Raglan street 
Cook, Thos., agent, and superintendent harbour weigher; h. 20 Cowgate 
Cook, William, insurance agent, 70 Caldrum street 
Cook, William, joiner, 9 Hunter street 
Cook, William, porter, 32 Long wynd 
Cook, William, blacksmith, 20 Court street 
Cook, Mrs Andrew, manglekeeper, 117 Princes street 
Cooke, William, coachman, 17^^ Wellington street 

Cooke, William, second manager, Dundee Foundry ; h. 93 Arbroath rd. 
Cooper, Alexander, baker, 66 Blackscrof t ; /i. 62 Blackscroft 
Cooper, Alexander, engineer, 51 Crescent street 

Cooper, Arthur W., of J. & H. Whyte & Cooper ; h. Brook st.,W. Ferry 
Cooper, George P., surveyor for Lloyd's Register, Clydesdale Bank 

chambers, 54 Commercial street ; h. Downie villa, Broughty Ferry 
Cooper, Farquharson, & Co., clothiers, 7 Reform street 
Cooper, George, manager, Tay Foundry ; h. 3 Hermitage ter., B. Ferry 
Cooper, James, millmanager, Angus Jute Works ; h. 87 Ann street 
Cooper, John, mill, factory, and engineer's furnisher, 21 Meadow street ; 

h. Salisbury place, 89 Arbroath road 
Cooper, John, officer, Hilltown Free Church ; h. 57 N. Wellington street 
Cooper, John, Clepington 
Cooper, John 0., baker, 40 Annfield row 

Cooper, John G., clerk. South Dudhope Works ; h. 24 Peddle street 
Cooper, Peter, blacksmith, 51 Elizabeth street ; h. 29 St Salvador street 
Cooper, Robert, joiner, 3 North Church street 
Cooper, William, joiner and cabinetmaker, Balgay Saw Mills 
Cooper, William, foreman joiner, 79 Arbroath road 
Cooper, Mrs John, 17 Graham place. Princes street 
Cooper, Mrs W. K. , draper, 38 Watson street 


Cooper, Mrs, 13 Lawrence street 

Corbet, William, hacklemaker, 1 Littlejohn street 

Cornfoot, David, joiner, 6 Benvie road 

Cornwall,Ed.,pawnbroker, 17Meadowst. andl2Hi]ltown; /i.2Melvilleter 

Corr, John, damper, 219 Blackness road 

Corrie, Mackie, & Co., flax and jute merchants, 1 Royal Exchange place 

Corsane, Robert G., bookseller and stationer, 112 Princes street ; A. 110 

Cosgrove, James, labourer, 46 Constable street 

Cottage Factory, East Dock street ; John Moir & Son, manufacturers 

CouU, David, teacher of languages, 21 Reform street 

CouU, John, tailor, 1 Watson's lane 

CoiiUie, David, fireman, 123 Blackscroft 

Coulson, John, glazier, 45 Blackscroft ; li. 22 Grove street 

Coupar, Alexander, cowfeeder. Mains loan 

Coupar, David, engineer, 16 North Ellen street 

Coupar, Hugh, clerk, 78 Bonnybank road 

Coupar, James, foreman carter, P. M. Duncan's yard ; h. Rattray street 

Coupar, James R., clerk, 67 Reform st. ; h. 1 Bothwell ter., W. Ferry 

Coupar, James, mechanic, 23 Clepington street 

Coupar, Jessie L. , milliner and dressmaker, 74 Ferry road 

Coupar, John, confectioner, 128 Murraygate ; h. 9 Lyon street 

Coupar, John, late clothier, 28 King street 

Coupar, John L. , millmanager, Scouringburn Works ; h. 28 King street 

Coupar, John, confectioner. West Clepington house 

Coupar, John, warehouseman, 103 Overgate 

Coupar, Peter, enginefitter, 133 Blackscroft 

Coupar, Thomas, engineer, Lawside Works ; Ti. 36 Paterson street 

Coupar, William, baker, 51 Perth road 

Coupar, William, carter, 15 John street 

Coupar, William, foreman pipelayer, Gas Works ; h. 74 Ferry road 

Coupar, William, mechanic, 9 M'Gill street 

Coupar, Mrs, 159 Ann street 

Coupar, Miss Grace, 104 Nethergate 

Couper, Charles, shipbroker, 94 Commercial street ; h. Dudhope house 

Couper, Guthrie, marine engineer, 17 Union place 

COUPER, JAMES 0., baker, 30 Princes street, 4 St Clement's lane, and 16 

Hilltown ; h. 32 Princes street. See Adv. 
Couper, James, dockmaster, Earl Grey dock ; h. 62 Commercial street 
Couper, John, merchant, 94 Commercial street ; h. 16 Windsor street 
Couper, John S., moulder, 7 Ireland's lane 

Couper, Thomas, of James Paterson & Co. , 2 Beech wood terrace 
Couper, William, stationer and tobacconist, 196 Blackness road ; h. 200 
Couper, Mrs Thomas, Dudhope house 

Couper, Mrs, 91 Milnbank road I 

Cousin, Alexander, fireman, 16 Stanley place, Step row 1 

Couttie, Jas., wholesale confectioner, 27 Cowgate ; h, 98 Albert street 
Coutts, Charles, traveller, 9 Annfield row 
Coutts, David, joiner, 30 King's road 
Coutts, James, book deliverer, 67 Seagate 
Coutts, John, lettercarrier, 1 Dallfield walk 
Coutts, Mrs Elizabeth, laundress, 96 Ferry road 


Coventry, James, 40 Union street 

Coventry, Robert, beamer, 36 Watson's lane 

Jowan, Henry, of H. Cowan & Co., 146 Murraygate 

!owan, H., & Co., salt merchants, 11 Dock street 

iowan, James, house proprietor, Weiglihouse, 23 Greenmarket ; h. 1 
Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry 

!owan, James, jun., salt merchant, 23 Greenmarket ; h. 1 Castle terrace, 
Broughty Ferry 

bwan, John, salt merchant, 7 Craig street; /(. Stannergate 
3owan, William C, L.R.C.P.E., medical practitioner, 3 South Tay st. 

owans, David S. , of John Cowans & Son, 1 Newington ter. , Bro. Ferry 
Rowans, John, & Son, wholesale wine and spirit merchants, 71 High 

street ; and distillery draff agents. Box office. Cattle market 
]!owans, Mrs, 61 Ure street 

jowgate Calendering Co. , calenderers, packers, and sackmakers, 56 Cowgate 
"'owie, Edwin D. , street porter, 1 1 Thorter row 
Dowie, James, contractor, 2 Shepherd's loan 

'owie, James, woodturner, 2 Church street. Princes street 

owley, John, boot and shoe manufacturer, 110 Seagate 
Z!owley, John, ironturner, 131 Ann street 
Dowley, William, of Lumsden & Cowley, 33 Isles' lane 
Cowley, Mrs Isabella, lodgings, 7 Exchange street 
Cowpar, Mrs, 3 Magdalen Yard road 
Dowper, David S., clerk, 86 Nethergate 

Cowper, John, waiter, Rl. Exchange Reading-room; li. Rl. Exchange bldgs. 
Cowper, John, clerk, 143 Victoria road 
Cowper, William W. , teacher, 21 Bellfield lane ; h. 24 
Dowper, Mrs, maker of Peacock's ointment, 24 Bellfield lane 
Cowper, Mrs, 2 Cherryfield lane 

Cowper, Miss J. L. , milliner and dressmaker, 74 Ferry road 
Cowper, Miss, 6 Shore terrace 

Cox, Alfred W., of Henry Boase & Co., Beechwood, Lochee 
Cox Brothers, merchants, jute and flax spinners, manufacturers of all 
kinds of jute fabrics, bleachers, dyers, and calenderers, Camperdowu 
Linen Works; offices, 1 Meadow place, Dundee; 27 King street, 
Guildhall, London ; 23a Portland street, Manchester ; and 57 Miller 
street, Glasgow 
Cox, David, cloth measurer, 114 Lochee road 

Cox, Edward, mercht., Camperdown Linen Works; A. Lyndhurst, Lochee 
Cox, George Addison, of Cox Brothers, Beechwood, Lochee; and Inver- 

trossachs, Perthshire 
Cox, Geo. M., mercht., Camperdown Linen Works; h. Beechwood, Lochee 
Cox, Henry S., merchant, 1 Meadow place, Dundee, and Calcutta; h. 

9 Windsor street 
Cox, James, of Cox Brothers, vice consul for D'Haiti, Clement park, 

Lochee ; and Cardean, Perthshire 
I Cox, James C, mercht., Camperdown Linen Wks.; h. The Cottage, Lochee 
I Cox, James D., & Co., stockbrokers, 8 Panmure street 
Cox, James D., of James D. Cox & Co., Woodford, Broughty Ferry 
Cox, Thos. H., of Cox Bros., Duncarse, Dundee; and Maulesden, Brechin 
Cox, Thomas, flesher, 231 Lochee road ; h. 40 Union place, Lochee 


Cox, William, of Cox Bros. , Foggyley, Locliee ; and Snaigow, Perthsliir 

Cox,R€V.Wm. J., Panmure Street Congregational Churcli; h. 10 Airliepl 

Cox, William, ship-plater, 9 Crescent street 

Cox, Mrs, china merchant, 33 James street ; h. 3 Clark street 

Coyle, Michael, wine and spirit merchant, 21 and 23 Hawkhill ; h 

Hillside farm, Balgay 
Coyle, Patrick, spiritdealer, 43 Ann street ; li. Hillside farm, Balgay 
Coyle, Mrs, 60 Bell street 
Crabb, Alexander, mason, 13 Catherine street 
Crabb, Alexander, baker, 44 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Small's wynd 
Crabb, Charles, confectioner, 26 Scouringburn 
Crabb, David, builder, 11 Clepington street 

Crabb, George, teacher, 13 Ogilvie street ; A. 20 North Ellen street 
Crabb, James, calenderworker, 3 Wolseley street 
Crabb, John, flaxdresser, 23 Wolseley street 
Crabb, John D., foreman shipbuilder, 23 Brown street 
Crabb, John M., calenderworker, 28 Kincardine street 
Crabb, John, porter, 47 Albert street 
Crabb, William, calenderworker, 2 Crescent lane 
Crabb, William, provision merchant, 27 Lily bank road 
Crabb, Mrs, 1 Gowrie place 

Crabbe, Alexander, shoemaker, 17 North Wellington street 
Crabbe, David S., grocer and spirit mercht., 127 Blackness road ; h. 19? 
Crabbe, John C, millfurnisher, 4 India buildings ; h. Dudhope cottage 
Crabbe, William, millmanager, Pleasance Works ; h. Dudhope cottage 
Craig, Alex., housefactor, 3 Barrack st. ; h. Osborne place, E. Newpor 
Craig, Alexander, ironplaner, 68 Strathmartine road 
Craig, Alexander, tenter, 40 St Mary's place 
Craig, Alexander, ironmonger, 61 North Wellington street 
Craig, David, factory manager. Dens Works ; h. 22 Catherine street 
Craig, George B. , china merchant, 28 and 30 Westj)ort ; h. 143 Nethergat( 
Craig, Hannah, provision dealer, 69 Lochee road ; h. 67 
Craig, James, house proprietor, 3 Wellington street 
Craig, James, rag and waste merchant, 43 Scouringburn; h. 39 Baxter streel 
Craig, James, tailor, 51 Wellgate ; h. 3 Charles street 
Craig, James, clerk, Dens Works ; h. 30 Reform street 
Craig, James, watchman, 73 Arbroath road 
Craig, James, dairyman. Honey's road 

Craig, John, hosier, glover, and shirtmaker, 75 High street ; h. 71 
Craig, John, plumber, Sanitary Office, West Bell st. ; h. 11 William st, 
Craig, John, hairdresser, 261 Hawkhill ; h. 22 Union place 
Craig, John, foreman mechanic, 17 Brewery lane 
Craig, Peter, draper's assistant, 12 Glebe street 
Craig, Robert R., shipmaster, 20 Grove street 
Craig, Thomas, stationer, 51 Albert street ; h. 47 
Craig, William, Elizabeth place, 129 Hawkhill 
Craig, William, moulder, 3 Arklay street 
Craig, Mrs, Arcade buildings, King street 
Craig, Mrs Janet, shirtmaker, 57 King street 
Craig, Mrs, manglekeeper, 63 Arbroath road 
Craig, Mrs, lodgings, 43 Castle street 


Craigen, Alexander, joiner, 247 Blackness road 

Craighead, Andrew, labourer, 32 Cotton road 

Craighead, Robert, packer, 21 Glamis street 

Craighead, Mrs, confectioner, 41 Watson street 

Craigie, James, gardener, 71 Perth road 

Craigie Works, Robertson street; Gibson, Robertson, & Co., spinnera 

Craigie Yard Warehouse Co. ; Jos. J. Barrie, manager, 10 Panmure st. 

Craik, Charles, calenderworker, 90 Dura street 

Craik, David, joiner, 13 Ure street 

Craik, David, clerk, 13 Stirling street 

Craik, George, assurance agent, 118 Hawkhill 

Craik, Mrs Charles, grocer and confectioner, 81 Arbroath road 

Craik, Mrs Maggie, 2 Viewforth place 

Cram, James, accountant, 9 Ward road ; h. 5 Prospect ter., E. Newport 

Cramb, David, bootmkr. and houseagent, 32 King st.; h. 34 Lawson pi. 

Cramb, David, mechanic, 5 Ellen street 

Crammond, Samson, commercial traveller, 7 Yeaman shore 

Crammond, William, shipmaster, 63 Gellatly street 

Crammond, Mrs George, 31 Charles street 

Crammond, Mrs, Craigie cottage. Ferry road 

Crammond, Mrs, Huntly cottage, Forfar road 

Cranmer, Mary, draper, 54 Dura street ; A. 56 

Cranmer, William, ironplaner, 25 Langlands street 

Crawford, David, messenger, Royal Bank ; A. 20 Castle street 

Crawford, James, millwright, 2 Meadow street 

Crawford, John, grocer and provision merchant, 42 Polepark road and 

65 Peddie street ; h. 38 Polepark road 
Crawford, Robert, colliery agent, 18 Cowgate 

Crawford, William, boot and shoe manufacturer, 53 Overgate; h. 55 
Crawford, Wm., fruit and potato mer., 66 Overgate ; h. 40 Annfield row 
Crawford, Mrs Agnes, 6 North Ellen street 
Crawford, Mrs R. H., 10 Raton's lane 
Cree, John, mason, 236 Lochee road 
Cree, Thomas, mason, 51 Main street 
Crearer, Alexander, carpenter, 47 Foundry lane 
Crerar, Alexander, moulder, 24 Hunter street 
Crerar, Ann, laundress, 41 Miller's wynd 

Crichton, Alex. B., & Co., manufacturers and merchants, 38 vS. Tay street 
Crichton, Alex. B.. of Alex. B. Crichton & Co., Falcon place, 2Wilkie'slane 
Crichton, Donald, draper and clothier, 14 Ann st. ; h. 101 Victoria rd. 
Crichton, Francis R. , clerk, 4 Havelock place 
Crichton, George, ironturner, 35 Lower pleasance 

Crichton, James, wine and spirit merchant, 13 and 15 Victoria rd; h. 17 
Crichton, Jas. B., spinner and mercht. , 7 Trades lane; h. Hillside, B. Ferry 
Crichton, John, brassfinisher, 28 North Church street 
Crichton, Peter, 6 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Crichton, Robert, colporteur, 98 Rosebank street 
Crichton, Thomas, draper, 48 Ann street ; h. 3 Elizabeth street 
Crichton, Thomas, grocer and confectioner, 214 Hawkhill; h. 220 
Crichton, William, wine and spirit merchant, 5 Wellgate; h. 31 
Crichton, William, porter, 67 Alexander street 


Crichton, Mrs Alexander, Westfield, 31 Magdalen Yard road 

Crichton, Mrs, sickntirse, 14 Kirk entry, Wellgate 

Crichton, Misses Elizabeth & Isabella, 8 South Tay street 

Crichton, Misses J. & J., dressmakers, 32 South Tay street 

Crighton, Andrew, tenter, 6 Melrose terrace, Clepington 

Crighton, George, calenderer, 26 Strathmartine road 

Crighton, James, comis. agent, 82 High st. ; h. Willowgrove, W. Ferry 

Crighton, James F., joiner, 29 Rose street 

CRIGHTON, JOHN, plumber and gasfitter. 111 Cowgate ; h. 27 Lyon 

street. See Adv. 
Crighton, Lewis, painter, 19 Lawson place 
Crighton, William, plumber, 47 Princes street 
Crighton, Mrs, lodgings, 23 St Andrew's street 
Crighton, Miss H., milliner, 27 Step row 
Croal, John, harbour porter, 79 Arbroath road 
Crockatt, George, moulder, 2 Malcolm street 

Crockatt, John, coaldealer, 12 North Wellington st. ; li. 11 Glamis st. 
Crockatt, John, grocer, 13 Poleparkroad 

Crockatt, John, veterinary practitioner and horseshoer, S. Ward road 
Crockatt, John, jun., M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, S. Ward road 
Crockatt, William, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., 12 Westfield place 
Crockett, Alexander D., 1 Kemback street 

Crockett, James, collector, 2 Bain square : h. 104 Victoria road 
Crockett, Miss, 142 Nethergate 
Croley & Co., corset makers, 9 Tay street 

CroU, David, of D. & W. Croll, 5 Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Croll, D. & W., nurserymen, seedsmen, and florists, 63 Commercial st., 

and Dalhousie Nursery, Broughty Ferry 
Croll, George, 17 Cleghorn street 

Croll, James, builder, 85 Hawkhill ; A. 1 Blackheath place 
Croll, Jessie, of J. Croll & Co. , 3 St Johnswood terrace 
Croll, John, of D. & W. Croll, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Croll, J., & Co., drapers, 217 Perth road 
Croll, William R., draughtsman, 172 Hawkhill 
Croll, William, grocer, 16 Arbroath road ; h. 14 

Croll, William, police constable, Washington buildings, Peddle street 
Croll, Mrs Elizabeth, draper, 213 Perth road 
Cromack, William, engineer, 3 Park terrace 
Cromb, James, sub-editor Evening Telegraph ; h. Rustic place, 69a 

Constitution road 
Crooks, James, of Robert Crooks & Son, Holly cottage, W. Newport 
Crooks, John, tenter, 13 Glamis street 

Crooks, Robt., & Son, ironmongers, plumbers, and gasfitters, 89 King st. 
Crooks, Robert, of Robert Crooks & Son, Holly cottage, West Newport. 
Croom, Alexander, patentee, and paperhangers' trimming-machine maker,^ 

23 Crichton street ; h. 38 Stanley place, Step row 
Cross, David, stableman, 1 Westfield place 

Crossley, Thomas, assist, supt. Prudential Assurance Co., 159 Hilltown 
Croston, Mrs, 8 Bank street 

Croucher, Charles, confectioner, draper, and clothier, 105 Princes street i 
Croudace, Wm. S., shipagent, 18 Dock street ; li. Ehnbank, Bro. Ferry; 


Crow, Andrew, harbour porter, 21 Todburn lane 
Crow, Annie E., tobac. and stationer, 80 King st.; h. 22 Catherine st. 
Crow, David, house proprietor, 7 Westfield lane 
Crow, Edward, blacksmith, 90 Dura street 
Crow, George C, clerk, 4 Shepherd's loan 
Crow, James, gamedealer, 27 Union street 

Crow, John E., produce commission agent, 14 Polepark road ; h. 18 
Crow, William, shoemaker, 36 Gellatly street 
Crowe, David, of W. & S. Strong, 12 Dudhope place 
Crowe, James, blacksmith, H.M. Prison ; h. 8 Scouringburn 
jCrowe,Wm. S., hairdress. and perfum., 8 Tliorter row ; h. 4 Forebank rd. 
Crowhui'st, William, waiter, 6 Victoria square, Nethergate 
!Crowley,Wm.,jun., merchant, 81 Murraygate; h. 165 Princes street 
Crowlie, John, of William Crowlie, 165 Princes street 
Crowlie, J. P., 31 Nethergate 
Crowlie, William, draper and milliner, 8 and 10 Princes st. ; h. 165 

Princes street 

Crown Hotel, 1 Shore terrace ; Mrs E. Steel, proprietress 
Cruden, James H., joiner, 13 Derby street 

Cruickshank, Alex. L., clerk, Constable Wks. ; h. Magdalen pi., Clep'ton rd. 
Cruickshank, Charles L. , merchant, 6 Park street ; h. 43 Peddie street 
Cruickshank, George, flax and waste merchant, 6 Park street 
Cruickshank, James, fruit merchant, 1 Roseangle ; h. 10 West Dock st. 
Cruickshank, James, patternmaker, 13 Arbroath road 
Cruickshank, James, painter, 56 Dudhope street 
Cruickshank, Joan, grocer, 34 Gellatly street 
Cruickshank, John, mason, 3 Pitfour street 

Cruickshank, Richard, commission agent, 30 Dock st. ; h. Kinnoul, Perth 
Cruickshank, Rev. Robt., S. Paul's Epis. Ch. ; h. Castlehill house, Seagate 
Cruickshank, William, warehouseman, 18 Wolseley street 
Cruickshank, Wm., coal merchant, East Dock street ;h. 17 Arklay st. 
Cruickshank, Mrs David, manglekeeper, 50 Kemback street 
Cruickshank, Mrs, 3 Dalhousie terrace 
Crystal, James, joiner, 24 Temple lane 

Cullen, Peter, shoemaker, 73 Milnbank road ; h. 34 Fleuchar street 
CULROSS, ALEXANDER, plumber, tinsmith, gasfitter, and ironmonger, 

22 Small's wynd. See Adv. 
Culross, William, warehouseman, 2 Arbroath road 

Gumming, Andw. W., solicitor, 1 Bank st. ; h. 5 Balgillo cres., B. Ferry 
Gumming, Andrew, enginedriver, 10 Park lane 

Gumming, David, wine and spirit mei'chant, 54 Annst. ; h. 42 William st. 
Gumming, George, merchant, 3 Royal Exchange court; h. 3 Albany ter. 
Gumming, George factoryworker, 3 Mitchell street 
Gumming, George, joiner, 13 Dudhope street 

Gumming, George, merchant, 1 Rl. Exchange place ; h. 4 Wellington st. 
Gumming, Peter L., watchmaker, 45 Nelson street 
Gumming, William, clerk, Glepington Waste Works ; h. 3 Melrose ter. 
Cummings Brothers, chemists and druggists, 49 Reform street 
Cunningham, Catherine, confectioner, 6 Watson street 
Cunningham, David, M.Inst.C.E. , civil engineer. Works ofSce, Harbour 

chambers ; h. Viewbank, East Newport 



Cunningham, Henry, shooting gallery proprietor, 11 Greenmarket 
Cunningham, James, of Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., Douglas house,W.Ferry 
Cunningham, Jas., jun., of Malcolm, Ogilvie, &Co., Fortrock, B. Ferry 
Cunningham, James, bookseller, stationer, and newsagent, 1 Cowgate, 

and tobacconist, 11 Wellgate ; h. 68 Bell street 
Cunningham, James, diver, 10 Annfield street 
Cunningham, John L. , merchant, 38 Magdalen Yard road 
Cunningham, John, railway guard, 10 Annfield street 
Cunningham, John, tenter, 9 Paton's lane 

Cunningham, William 0. , of Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co. , 1 Alton ter. ,W. Ferry 
Cunningham, Wm., mechanical engineer. Ward Mills ; h. 10 Windsor ter. 
Cunningham, William, blacksmith, 8 Arbroath road 
Cunningham, William, millwright, 12 North Ellen street 
Cunningham, Mrs Andrew, 4 Gowrie street 
Cunningham, Mrs E. , outfitter, .36 Greenmarket ; h. 28 
Cunningham, Mrs Jas., pastrybaker, 106 Victoria road; h. SSForebankrd. 
Cunningham, Mrs, dressmaker, 26 Union street 
Cunningham, Misses, teachers, Dudhope Girls School, 44 St Mary's 

place ; h. 175 Victoria road 
Cunnison, David R., blacksmith, 2 Roslin terrace 
Cunnison, John, factorymanager, 123 Victoria road 
Cunnison, Robert, 1 Pitfour street 
Cupar, Elizabeth, confectioner, 74 Blackscroft 
Curr, John, grocer, 16 Wolseley street 

Curr Night Refuge, 3 West Bell street ; Thomas Phinn, superintendent 
Curr, R. , auctioneer, Dundee Auction Rooms, Ward rd. ; h. 61 Watson st. 
Curr, Thomas, baker, 88 Princes street 
Curren, Mrs, broker, 36 Elizabeth street ; h. 25 Clark street 
Currie, Edward, porter, Royal Infirmary 
Currie, James, hairdresser, 30 Greenmarket ; A. 183 Overgate 
Currie, Walter T., of Shi ell & Small, Glendoick house, by Perth 
Currie, Walter H., sergeant-major, Forfar Light Horse, 199 Perth road 
Currigan, Peter, manglekeeper, 14 St Mary street 
Curtis, Andrew, bleacher, 8 Fairley place, Clepington road 
Curtis, David, plater, 23 Todburn lane 

Cusick, Philip, coaldealer, 20 Tannadice street; h. 145 Princes street 
Cuthbert, Alexander, compositor, 5 Mountpleasant 
Cuthbert, A., sub-editor. Evening Telegraph ; h. 8 Roslin terrace 
Cuthbert, David, packer, 59 Caldrum street 
Cuthbert, Duncan, compositor. Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 
Cuthbert, George, of Thos. Cuthbert & Son, 6 Somerville place 
Cuthbert, James, grocer, 154 Hilltown; h. 119^ 
Cuthbert, James, calenderworker, 215 Lochee road 
Cuthbert, John, shoemaker, 20 St Peter street; h. 29 
Cuthbert, Robert, joiner, 15 Annfield row 
Cuthbert, Thomas, & Son, coachbuilders, 4 Meadowside 
Cuthbert, Thomas, of Thomas Cuthbert & Son, 6 Dudhope place 
Cuthbert, Thomas, coachpainter, 6 Roslin terrace 
Cuthbert, Thomas, bottler, 32 Union street 
Cuthbert, William, plasterer, 251 Lochee road 
Cuthbert, William, caretaker, Hilltown Mission ; h. 46 Hilltown 


Cuthbert, William, coaldealer, 12 Park wynd 
Cuthberfc, Mrs Andrew, 28 Ogilvie's road 
Cuthbert, Mrs John, lodgings, 14 Barrack street 

Cuthbertson, Jas., flaxmer., 10 Panmure st. ; h. Jessiman ter., B. Ferry 
Cuthill, George, waiter, 69 North Wellington street 
Cuthill, James, shipcarpenter 40 William street 
Cuthill, William, mechanic, 2 Brown street 

Cuthill, William, officer, St Mary's Established Church ; h. 55 Murraygate 
Cuthill, William, spiritdealer, 56 Hilltown; h. 14 King's road 

Dackek, K. , picturef rame maker, 43a Hawkhill ; A. 1 1 Isles' lane 
Dailly, Daniel, babylinen, underclothing, and remnant warehouse, 61 

and 63 Nethergate ; h. 65 
Dailly, David, porter, 5 St Salvador street 
Dair, James, confectioner, 35 Small's wynd 
Dakers, David, shipmaster, 94 Nethergate 
Dakers, James, baker, 44 Strathmartine road ; h. 88 
Dakers, James, tailor and clothier, 87 Hospital wynd 
Dale, John, general dealer, 10 James street 
Dale John, milloverseer, 51 Lochee road 
Dale, Thomas, 32 Carmichael street 
Dalgairns & Co., wine merchants, 4 Shore terrace 
Dalgety, David, horsedealer, 9 Greenfield place ; h. 62 Annfield road 
Dalgety, George, flesher, 104 Princes street and 47 Constitution road ; 

h. 106 Princes street 
Dalgety, Mrs, Greyfield house, 62 Annfield road 
Dalgleish, James, enginefitter, 32 Carmichael street 
Dalgleish, Peter, 2 Meadow street 

Dalgleish, William 0., of Baxter Brothers & Co., Mayfield, Ferry road 
Dalgleish, Misses E. and M., drapers, 7 Scouringburn ; h. 24 Charles st. 
Dall, George, calenderworker, 56 Dudhope street 
Dallas, Alexander, moulder, 15 Tannadice street 
Dallas, David, overseer, 15 Tannadice street 
Dallas, James, foreman mechanic, 12 Ben vie road 
Dallas, Mrs, 51 Larch street 

Daly, James, bottler, 1 1 Clark st. ; h. 20 Commercial st. , Maxwelltown 
DALZIEL, THOMAS, sculptor, 62 Logie street. See Adv. 
Dalziel, George, plasterer, 51 William street 
Dand, Charles, traveller, 10 Speed's terrace 

Dand, Charles G., draper and clothier, 127 Victoria rd. ; h. 3 King's rd. 
Dandie, Mrs Jessie, ladies' school, 163 Princes street 
Daniels, E. T., & Nicholson, wholesale tea dealers, 22 Dock street; 

William Cochrane, agent 
Dargie, Alexander, blacksmith, 24 Commercial street, Maxwelltown ; 

h. 19 Glamis street 
Dargie, Charles, tailor and clothier, 11 Church street, Princes street 
Dargie, David, warehouseman, 151 Victoria road 

Dargie, David, dairyman, 117 Perth road, and farmer, Tarbrax, Forfar 
Dargie, James, of J. & W. Dargie, 32 Main street 
Dargie, James, slater, 2 Graham place 
Dargie, James, stableman, 33 Watson street 



Dargie, J. & W., builders and contractors, 241 Hilltown 

Dargie, Robert, 1 St JohnsM^ood terrace, Westpark road 

Dargie, William, of J. & W. Dargie, 10 Main street 

Dargie, William, foreman blacksmith. Ward Foundry, h. 17 Blackness st. 

Dargie, William, clothier, 18 vSouth Lindsay street; h. Blackheath house, 

Annfield road 
Dargie, Mrs William, Peter's court, 20 Cowgate 
David, George, officer. School Wynd Church; h. 5 Willison street 
David, John, bootmaker, 12 Princes street ; h. 8 Craigie street 
David, John, clerk, 18 Ferry road 

David, Thomas, clerk, Ward Foundry ; h. Rustic place, 1 Dudhope street 
Davidson, Alex., "wine and spirit march., 8 N. Tay st. ; h. 18 Hunter st. 
Davidson, Alexander, of Davidson & Co. , 2 Madeira street, Maryfield 
Davidson, Alexander, mechanic, 45 Cotton road 
Davidson, Archibald, mechanic, 30 North street 
Davidson, Balfour H., skinner, 17 Blyth street 
Davidson & Co., merchants, 84 Commercial street 

Davidson, David A., clerk, H.M. Customs ; h. 3 Tay terrace, B. Ferry 
Davidson, David, engineer, 1 Roslin terrace 
Davidson, David, ironfounder, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Davidson, David, clerk, 2 Annfield street 
Davidson, David B., tenter, 16 Dallfield terrace 
Davidson, Donald, 60 Strathmartine road 
Davidson, George, dockgateman, 9 Middle street 
Davidson, George, joiner, 28 Forfar road 
Davidson, George, enginedriver, 40 Perth road 
Davidson, H. P., 1 Buckingham terrace, Maryfield 
Davidson, Isabella, confectioner, 49J E. Dock st. ; h. 1 Commercial st. 
Davidson, James N. , & Gray, pharmaceutical chemists and vrholesale 

druggists, 128a Nethergate 
Davidson, James N., of James N. Davidson & Gray, 45 South Tay st. 
Davidson, James, temperance hotel, 16 Greenmarket 
Davidson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 50 Bell street ; h. 54 
Davidson, James, seaman, 7 Ireland's lane I 

Davidson, James, labourer, 12 Wolseley .street [ 

Davidson, James, porter, 13 Crescent lane I 

Davidson, James, carter, 200 Perth road I 

Davidson, James, tenter, 10 Rosebank road 1 

Davidson, James, carter, 2 Main street 
Davidson, John, collector, 7 Morrison's court, Wellgate 
Davidson, John, blacksmith, 1 Balgay street 
Davidson, John, joiner, 28 Foi'far road 
Davidson, John, saddler, 7 Yeaman shore 
Davidson, John, storekeeper, 43 Ure street 
Davidson, John, moulder, 8 Alexander street 
Davidson, John, carter, 28 Back street 
Davidson, Robert, baker, 52 Dallfield walk 
Davidson, Robert, shipmaster, 36 Ferry road 
Davidson, Robert, diver, 203 Lochee road 
Davidson, Robert, packer, 24 Temple lane 
Davidson, Robert, cutter, 49 Victoria road 


Davidson, Robert, 27J Tait's lane, Hawkhill 

Davidson, Thomas, carpenter, 12 William street, King street 

Davidson, Thomas M., M.A., teacher, 40 Perth road 

Davidson, William, merchant and commission agent, 1 Rattray street 

Davidson, William, inspector of police, 144 Princes street 

Davidson, William, ironmonger, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 36 

Polepark road ; h. 28 Blyth street 
Davidson, William, brassfinisher, 32 Caldrum street 
Davidson, William, milloverseer, 110 Lochee road 
Davidson, William, coaldealer, 8 James street ; h. 62 Caldrum street 
Davidson, William, clerk, 34 William street 
Davidson, William, 21 St Salvador street 
Davidson, Mrs Alexander, ladies' nurse, 180 Blackness road 
Davidson, Mrs J. S., 44 Magdalen Yard road 
Davidson, Mrs J., dress and mantle makei', 142 Perth road 
Davidson, Mrs R. B. , fancy repository, 72 Nethergate ; A. 16 S. Lindsay st. 
Davidson, Mrs Mitchell, 45 Peddie street 
Davidson, Mrs Stephen, 11 South Tay street 
Davidson, Mrs, 24 Windsor street 
Davidson, Mrs William, dressmaker, 31 Reform street 
Davidson, Miss B., dressmaker, 20 Baffin street 

Davidson, Miss Margaret, dress and mantle maker, 1 King's road ; h. 3 
Davie, Alexander, fruiterer and confectioner, 159 Hawkhill 
Davie, Alexander, of P. & A. Davie, 5a, WUliam street 
Davie, Charles, clerk, 22 Thomson street 

Davie, James, superintendent. Public Washinghouse ; h. 35 Cowgate 
Davie, James, mechanic, 42 Kincardine street 
Davie, James, calenderer, 50 North street 
Davie, John, packer, 13 Hospital wynd 
Davie, John, slater, 55 Victoria road 

Davie, 1 eter, of P. & A. Davie, painters, 23 Dallfield terrace 
DAVIE, P. & A., painters, 46 and 48 Victoria road. See Adv. 
Davie, Robert L., clerk, 35 Cowgate 
Davie, William, fireman, 61 Arbroath road 
Davie, Mrs John, 2 Craigie street 
Davie, Miss, mantlemaker, 86 Albert street 
Davies, Archibald, foreman blacksmith, 3 St Matthew street 
Davies, Mrs Jessie, teacher, Clepington Public School ; h. 6 Tay terrace, 

Broughty Ferry 
Davis, Andrew, joiner, 30 Kincardine street 
Davis, William A., accountant and houseagent, 74 Commercial street, 

and 37 George street, Edinburgh ; h. 12 Lothian road, Edinburgh 
Dawson & Carmichael, wholesale and retail drapers, tailors, hatters, 

and milliners, 38, 40, and 42 Westport 
Dawson, D. R., merchant, 57 Meadowside ; h. Abernyte house, Inchture 
Dawson, George, waiter, 6 Ramsay street 
Dawson & Hunter, silk, mantle, and dress warehousemen, 12 and 14 

Reform street 
Dawson, James, of Sinclair & Dawson, Gladstone cottage, Maryfield 
Dawson, John, of Dawson & Carmichael, 18 Air lie place 
Dawson, John, 129 Hawkhill 


Dawson, William, confectioner, 134 Scouringbum ; h. 2 Daniel street 

Dawson, William, wine merchant, 77 Murraygate; h. 2 Bell street 

Dawson, William, of Dawson & Hunter, Rose cottage, Shamrock street 

Dawson, Mrs James, greengrocer, 12 Pole street 

Dawson, Mrs, dress and jacket maker, 129 Hawkhill 

Day, James, shoemaker, 86 King street ; h. 131 Ann street 

Deans, George, milloverseer, 57 Mains road 

Deas, Henry, enginefitter, 15 Annfield row 

Deas, James, draper and milliner, 3 High st. ; h. 30 N. Lindsay street 

DEAS, JOHN J., sewing-machine, knitting-machine, type-writer, and life, 

fire, and accident insurance agent, and generalintermediary, Ryehill 

house, 79 Perth road. See Adv. 
DEESIDE Hydropathic Establishment. See Adv. 
Deick, John R., shoemaker, 113 Rosebank street 
Delany, Michael, labourer, 52 Jamaica street 
Dempsey, James, coaldealer, 19 Clark street ; h. 18 
Dempster, Christina, fish merchant, Fishmarket, and 23 Nethergate ; 

^.17 Crichton street 
Dempster, David, boot and shoe maker, 101 Hawkhill ; h. 5 Park ter. 
Dempster, William, joiner, 17 Dudhope street 

Denham, Hannah, tobacconist, 84 Scouringburn ; h. 77 Victoria road 
Denham, John, overseer, 81 Victoria road 
Denham, Mrs, 8 William street, Scouringburn 
Denholm, George, moulder, 25 Hill street 
Denholm, William, 46 Castle street 
Denmark, Vice-consul for — T. W. Thoms, 18 Cowgate 
Dennison, Patrick, general dealer, 197 Scouringburn 
Denny, Rev. Arthur L., S. Mary Magdalene's Epis. Ch. ; h. 15 Park pi. 
Dens Road Factory, Dens road ; John Laing & Sons, manufacturers 
Dens Works, 2 Princes street ; Baxter Brothers & Co. , manufacturers 

and flaxspinners 
Derrick, James C, water inspector, 8 Alexander street 
Deuchars, David, district goods manager, N.B. Railway, Tay bridge 

Station ; A. 11 Park place 
Deuchars, David, mechanic, 32 Main street 
Devany, James, grocer, 47 King street ; h. 45 
Devlin, Arthur, bottler, 110 Rosebank street ; h. 108 
Devoto, Peter, confectioner and icecream manufacturer, 12 Shore terrace; 

h. 3 Castle court 
Dewar, Alex. B., clerk, 9 Brown Constable street 
DEWAR, ALEXANDER, bootmaker, 90 Princes street and 44 Watson st. ; 

h. 5 Robertson street. See Adv. 
Dewar, Alexander, police constable, 1 Blyth place 
Dewar, Andrew, overseer, South Dudhope Works ; h. 7 Ure street 
Dewar & Christie, cotton yarn agents and mill furnishers, 11 Cowgate 
Dewar, Daniel, dyer, 27 Union place, Perth road ; h. 8 Osborne place 
Dewar, David, chief constable and procurator-fiscal, Central Police 

Office, West Bell street ; h. 5 Windsor terrace 
Dewar, David, blacksmith, 1 Meadow entry 
Dewar, Duncan, porter, 30 South Tay street 
Dewar, Duncan, tailor, 151 Victoria road 


Dewar, James, ironturner, Thorn place, 225 Blackness road 
iDewar, James, waggon inspector, Taybridge Station; h. 6 Rosefield st. 
jDewar, James, enginefitter, 34 Catherine street 
Dewar, John, fireman, 34 Ogilvie's road 
Dewar, John, joiner, 200 Seagate 
Dewar, Walter, broker, 15 Kmloch street 
Dewar, William, mechanic, 10 Ashton place 
Dewar, Mrs George, 9 North Wellington street 
Dewar, Mrs, 3 Dalhousie terrace 
Dewar, Mrs, 1 Lawrence street 
Dewar, Miss Betsy, 8 Kinloch street 

Dewhurst, William, carpetweaver, 23 Union place, Perth road 
Diack, George B., clerk, 13 North George street 
Dick, Agnes, 14 St Mary's place 
Dick, A. H., wholesale butter, egg, game, poultry, and fish merchant, 

51 Victoria road ; h. 49 
Dick, Andrew, lapper, 5 Wallace street 

Dick, David, clerk, Trades Lane Calender ; h. 48 Blackscroft 
I Dick, Ei;phemia, dressmaker, 26 Peddle street 
I Dick, Francis, 43 Overgate 

Dick, George P., spirit merchant, 84 Lochee road ; h. 72 
Dick, George, coffeehouse-keeper, 13 Scouringburn ; h. 80 Hawkhill 
Dick, Henry, butcher, 107 J Hilltown ; h. 118 Ann street 
Dick, James, hay, straw, and grain merchant, 40 Lochee road ; h. 51 
Dick, James, butcher, 5 North Church street ; h. 4 
Dick, Jessie, of J. & M. Dick, 44 King street 
Dick, John, joiner, 14 Temple lane 
Dick, J. & M., stationers, 62 Wellgate 

Dick, John G., wholesale tea merchant, 29 Dock street ; h. 94Nethergate 
Dick, Margaret, of J. & M. Dick, 44 King street 
Dick, Robert, joiner, 13 St Mary street 
Dick, R. & J., gutta-percha boot and shoe manufacturers, 21 Overgate; 

Thos. Stevenson, agent 
Dick, Thomas, clerk, 1 Gowrie place 

Dick, Mrs Christina, dressmaker, 15 Graham place. Princes street 
Dick, Mrs F., tinsmith, 20 Kirk entry ; h. 31 Charles street 
Dick, Mrs Thomas, 94 Nethergate 
Dick, Mrs, Balbirnie terrace, 143 Victoria road 
Dick, Miss D. E., dressmaker, 11 Nethergate 
Dick, Miss Jessie A., dressmaker, 160 Hilltown 

Dickie, David, builders' ironmonger, 3 New Inn entry ; h. 9 Osborne pi. 
DICKIE, JAMES A., wireworker and bellhanger, 18 and 22 Barrack street ; 

h. Inverbay villa, Invergowrie. See Adv. 
Dickie, James, manager, P. Owler's shoe factory ; h. 1 Lamb's lane 
Dickie, William B., of Paul, Dickie, and Paul, Westfield villa, 29 

Magdalen Yard road 
Dickie, Mrs Joseph, 31 Charles street 
Dickson, Alexander, watchman, 17 Craigie street 
Dickson, Joseph W. , traveller, 1 Leng street 
Dickson, Samuel, lapper, 5 Bellfield lane 


Dickson, Rev. Thos. S., M.A., Bell Street U. P. Clmrcli; h. 4 Norwood I 

terrace, Westpark road 
Dickson, William, of Gray & Dickson, 104 Commercial street 
Dickson, William, fisli and poultry dealer, 182 Blackness road 
Dickson, William, riveter, 15 Glebe street 
Dickson, William, enginedriver, Camden place, 71 Perth road 
Dickson, William, shoemaker, 42 Annfield row 
Dickson, Mrs, laundress, 40 Cotton road 

Dingwall, Joseph, goods checker. West Station; A. 4 North Ellen street 
Dingwall, Thomas, factory overseer, 216 Perth road 
Dingwall, William, house proprietor, 60 Strathmartine road 
Dingwall, William, grocer and wine merchant, 51 Princes st. ; h. 53 
Dingwall, William, attendant, Y.M.C.A.; h. 12 Constitution road 
Dixon, Henry G., sawmaker, cutler, tool, bicycle, and fancyware 

merchant, 41 High street; h. 39 
Dixon, William, Limited, coalmasters, 10 Shore terrace 
Dobbie, David, mechanic, 59 North Church street 
Dobson, Edward, bookkeeper, 129 Nethergate 
Dobson, Ralph, basketmaker, 1 Hunter street 
Dobson, Thomas G., chief clerk. Inland revenue, 31 Bank street ; h. 1 

Tay terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Dobson, Mrs M., basketmaker, cooper, and fancy goods mer., 47 Overgate 
Docherty, Dennis, umbrellamaker, 18a Small's wynd; h. 18 
Docherty, Hugh, seaman, 31 Wellgate 
Docherty, James, tenter, 95 Hospital wynd 
Doctor, John, milloverseer, 54 Blackness road 
Doctor, William F. , manufacturer, Jamaica Street Works ; A. Woodriffe 

villas, Newport 
Doctor, William, grocer, tea, wine, and spirit mer., 1 Kinloch st. ; h. 6 
Dodds&Bathie,agriculturalauctioneersand live stock salesmen, 19Highst. 
Dodds, J. Dickson, export and commission merchant, and insurance 

agent, 2 India buildings 
Dodds, Thomas M., of Dodds & Bathie; h. Baldoviefarm 
Dodgson, William, foreman, Maxwelltown Works ; h. 57 N. Wellington st. 
Doherty, Rev. John, St Mary R.C. Church; h. 22 Powrie place 
Doherty, Mary Ann, confectioner, 21 Ann street ; A. 18 
Doig, Alexander, tailor, 70 Caldrum street 
Doig, Alexander, tailor's cutter, 6 St Peter street 

Doig & Anderson, engineers, boilermakers, and bridge builders, S.Ward rd. 
Doig, Archibald, carter, 37 Dura street 
Doig, David, house proprietor, 59 Caldrum street 

Doig, James L. , inspector, D. & A. Joint Railway ; h. Dick pi. , B. Ferry 
Doig, James, warehouseman, 18 Todburn lane 
Doig, James, tailor, 197 Princes street 
Doig, James, joiner, 32 Pennycook lane 
Doig, James, brassfinisher, 24 Dallfield walk 

Doig, John, joiner & funeral undertkr. , 39 Wellgate ; A. 4 Morrison's court 
Doig, John, mechanic, 24 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Doig, John, of Doig & Anderson, 24 Charles street 
Doig, Margt. W. , stationer, and sub-postmistress, 90 King st. ; A. 3lNelson st. 
Doig, Thomas, commission agent, 14 North street 


Doig, Thomas, builder, 13 Main street ; h. 30 Forfar road 

Doig, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 57 Albert street ; A. 14 Forfar rd. 

Doig, Thomas, joiner, 101 Victoria road 

Doig, William, chemist and druggist, 9 High street; h. Forebank ter. 

Doig, William, house proprietor, 6 St Peter street 

Doig, William, assistant photographer, 10 Cleghorn street 

Doig, Miss Margaret, 5a. William street, Forebank 

Dolan, William, tobacco pipe manufacturer, 8 Well road, Hawkhill ; A. 6 

DOMESTIC SEWING-MACHINE CO.; Duncan Brothers, agents, 123 

Hawkhill. See Adv. 
Don Brothers, Buist, & Co., flax and jute spinners and manufacturers, 

Ward Mills, Barrack street, and at Forfar 
Don & Duncan, manufacturers. King's Cross Works 
Don, Francis, overseer, 23 Rose street 

Don, James, of Don & Duncan, 21 William street, Forebank 
Don, John, of Don Brothers, Buist, & Co. , Dundee, and William & John 

Don & Co., Forfar, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry 
Don, John B. , merchant, Ward Mills, Dundee, and at Forfar ; h. 

Invereighty house, near Forfar 
Don, Robert B., merchant, Ward Mills ; h. 9 Balgillo crescent, B. Ferry 
Don, Robert, compositor, 4 Havelock place 
Don, Robert, currier, 204 Hawkhill 
Don, William C, of Don Brothers, Buist, & Co., Dundee, and William 

& John Don & Co. , Forfar ; h. 2 Rothesay place, Drumsheugh 

gardens, Edinburgh 
Don, Mrs Jane, 6 Greenfield place 
Don, Mrs, 2 Urquhart street 

Donaghey, John J. , chemist and druggist, 193 Overgate ; h. 80 Blackness rd. 
Donaghey, Martha, manglekeeper, 6 Pole street 
Lonaghey, Mary Ann, grocer, 78 Blackness road ; h. 80 
lonaghey, Sarah J., draper andmilliner, 173 Overgate; h. 80 Blackness rd. 
Lonaghy, Thomas, waiter, 106 Princes street 
Lonald, Alexander, photographer, 17 Wellington street 
Lonald, Alexander, mason, 38 Polepark road 
Lonald, Andrew B. , carpenter, Arctic place, 79 Arbroath road 
Xonald Brothers, manufacturers and merchants, James' Park Factory, 

98 Albert street ; office, 20 Panmure street 
Lonald, David, of Donald Brothers, Eaiie villa, Broughty Ferry 
lonald, David, 15 Paterson street 
I'onald, David, ironturner, 14 Gardner's lane 
Iionald, David, butcher, Westport ; /(. 7 Rosebank road 
Ilonald, David, cabinetmaker, 22 Barrack street 
Donald, David, seaman, 2 Crescent lane 
Donald, David, factory overseer, 3 Tannadice street 
Donald, George, railway porter, 31 Dallfield walk 
Donald, George, brasstinisher, 7 Watson's lane 
Donald, George, engraver, 2 Gardner's lane 
Donald, George, tailor, 47 Princes street 
Donald, James, milloverseer, 25 Lawrence street 
Donald, James, mason, 30 Dundonald street 
Donald, Joseph C, foreman mechanic, Magdalen place, Clepington road 


Donald, Robert, railway porter, 25 South Lindsay street 

Donald, Stewart, calender manager, Dens Works ; h. Livonia cottage, , 

Mains loan 
Donald, William, plumber and gasfitter, 4 and 6 Gardner's lane ; h. 2. 
Donald, William B., clerk, Savings Bank ; h. 64 Peddie street 
Donald, Mrs Jane, confectioner, 43 Arbroath road 
Donald, Mrs, house proprietor, 36 Seafield road 
Donald, Mrs, 23 Balgay street 
Donaldson, Alexander, tailor, 12 St Mary's place 
Donaldson, Alexander, hamcurer, 26 Balfour street 
Donaldson, Alexander, calenderer, 13 Hospital wynd 
Donaldson, Alexander, porter, 43 Main street , , 

Donaldson, Charles, mason, 4 Catherine street 
Donaldson, David, chinadealer, 78 Albert street ; h. 76 
Donaldson, David, tailor, 8 Charles street 

Donaldson, George, joiner, 30 Union st., Charles st. ; h. 27 Charles st 
Donaldson, James, teacher, St Andrew's School, 2 William street; h. 

Craigiebank place 
Donaldson, James, tailor and clothier, Arcade buildings, 46 King's roa 
Donaldson, James, mechanic, 32 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Donaldson, John, yarn and linen merchant, 1 1 Meadow street ; / 

Crescentbank, Newport 
Donaldson, John, tinsmith, 3 Middle street 
Donaldson, John, joiner, 4 Annfield street 
Donaldson, John, mechanic, 30 Main street 
Donaldson, John, lapper, 3 Pennycook lane 

Donaldson, Robert, cutler and locksmith, 188 Hawkhill ; h 2 Watt st 
Donaldson, William, coffeehouse-keeper, 7 Brown st. ; h. 9 Hawkhill 
Donaldson, William, overseer, 41 William street, Forebank 
Donaldson, William, hairdresser, 14 Blackness road 
Donaldson, William, jun,, hairdresser, 203 Overgate ; h. 44 Balgay st. 
Donaldson, William, tenter, 20 Catherine street 
Donaldson, William, seaman, 38 Blackness road 
Donaldson, Mrs Elizabeth, 249 Hawkhill 

Donaldson, Mrs John, ironmonger, 60 William street, Forebank 
Donaldson, Mrs Margt., grocer and spiritdlr., 33 Nelson st. ; h. 87Ann s' 
Donaldson, Mrs, 15 Hunter street 
Donaldson, Mrs, spiritdealer, 41 Castle street ; h. 33 
Donaldson, Mrs, dressmaker, 16 Parker street 
Donn, James, insurance agent, 35 North Ellen street 
Donnelly, William, spirit merchant's assistant, 11 Ogilvie's road 
Donnet, Jas. , grocer and spirit mercht., 82 and 84 Dura st. ; h. 86 Albert s 
Donnet, John, clerk, 10 St Andrew's st. ; h. Plevna cottage, M'GUl stree 
Doran, Edward, traveller, 28 Overgate 
Dorward, James, labourer, 143 Lochee road 
Dorward, William, watchman, 56 Strathmartine road 
Dorward, Mrs Hannah, 8 Panmure street 
Dorward, Mrs John, 8 Balfour street 
Dorward, Mrs John, midwife, 44 Ferry road 
Dorward, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 59 Wellgate 
Dott, George, teacher, High School ; h. 2 Union place, Broughty Ferry 


Oott, William, goods agent, N. B. Rly., Taybridge Station; h. 3 Baffin st. 
)ougall, Ingeiby, currier, 7 Rosebank road 
Dougall, John, grocer, 18 Bernard street 
3ougall, William, gardener, 65 Commercial street 
Douglas, David, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 4 Crichton street ; h. 

Myrtle cottage, 21 Ancrum road, Lochee 
Douglas, David, draughtsman, 46 King's road 

Douglas Foundry, Blinshall street ; Thomson, Son, & Co., engineers 
Douglas, Francis, mechanic, 2 Melrose terrace, Court street 
Douglas, George, telegraphist, 8 Rosefield street 

Douglas, George C, engineer, Douglas Foundry ; h. St Mary's terrace 
Douglas, James, seedcleaner, 25 Stirling street 
Douglas, James, turner, 28 Lawson place 
Douglas, James, hammerman, 38 Carmichael street 
D)uglas, John, of Douglas & Smith, 2 Airlie terrace 
Douglas, John, cashier. Courier & Argus ; h. Bloomfield house, Newport 
'Douglas, Peter, upholsterer, 81 Victoria road 
D)uglas, Peter, cutter, 80 Nethergate 
Diuglas, Reid, & Co., spinners, manufacturers, and merchants. West 

Ward Works, and Blackness Works ; office, 8 Panmure street 
Douglas, Robert I., art teacher. High School ; h. 4 Morrison's court 
Douglas, Robert, mason, 13 Glamis street 

Douglas & Smith, engravers and lithographers, 8 Crichton street 
Douglas, Thomas, cabinetmaker, 8 Brown street 
Douglas, W. A., of Douglas, Reid, & Co., Elmbank, 6 Union terrace 
Douglas, Mrs Andrew, Elmbank, 6 Union terrace 
Doiiglas, Mrs H., grocer, 24 Balfour street ; h. 12 
Douglas, Mrs James, 1 North Wellington street 

Dove, John F., merchant and commis. agent, 20 Cowgate; h. Newport 
Dove, William, merchant, 23 Panmure street ; h. Newport 
Dow, Alexander, coal merchant, 24a Hawkhill ; h. 7 Park terrace 
Dow, Alexander, milloverseer, 172 Hawkhill 
I'ow, Alexander L., mason, 71 Magdalen green 
low, Alexander, late grocer, 1 Gowrie place 
Tow, Daniel, merchant, spinner, and manufacturer, 4 India buildings j 

h. Norwood villa, Westpark road 
Tow, David, vandi-iver, 7 Fleuchar street 

Dow & Duncan, iron, steel, and metal merchants, 5 Commercial street 
Dow, James, wine and spirit merchant, 36 Scouringburn ; h. Ill Hawkhill 
Dow, James, flourmiller, 3 Springhill, Ferry road 
Dow, James, porter, 116 Blackscroft 

Dow, John, of Dow & Duncan, Victoria cottage. West Newport 
Dow, John Ewan, merchant and manufacturer, and insurance agent, 18 

Cowgate ; /;. Braehouse, Broughty Ferry 
Dow, Margaret, 30 South Tay street 
Dow, Mary, dressmaker, 1 Kirk entry 

Dow, Pat., accountant, D. P. & L. Shipping Co. ; A. 17 Magdalen Yard rd, 
Dow, Peter, wine and spirit mercht., 24 N. Tay st.; h. 46 Dud. Cres. rd. 
Dow, Robert, joiner, 2 Lamb's lane 

Dow, Robert, enginefitter, Kintore place, 63 Watson street 
Dow, Thomas, law-clerk, 20 Castle street ; h. 253 Blackness road 


Dow, Walter, spiritdealer's assistant, 21 Ellen street 

Dow, William, potato and fruit merchant, and market gardener, 18 

Hawkhill ; gardens, Park-neiik, Invergowrie ; h. 53 Hawkkill 
Dowall, Charles, & Co., bleachers, Kelly Bleachfield, Arbroath; office, 

2 Royal Exchange place 
Dowall, William P. , of Alex. A. Miln & Co. , Pitalpin house, Lochee 
Dowie, George, clerk, 9 Roslin terrace 
Dowie, Miss Agnes, music teacher, 9 Roslin terrace 
Downie, Andrew, shoemaker, 13 Alexander street :• 

Downie, James, shipmaster, 76 High street '^t 

Downie, Jessie Y. , 33 Forebank road 
Downie, John, coffeehouse keeper, 17 Greenmarket 
Downie, John C. , overseer, 18 Kincardine street 
Downie, Peter, shoemaker, 7 Arthur street 
Downie, Thomas, machinist, 14 Eliza street 
Downie, William, butcher, 121 Ann street ; /;. 13 Ellen street 
Downie, William C. , mechanic, 3 Annfield row 
Downie, Mrs, laundress, 22 Temple lane 
Downie, Miss B., 21 Annfield road 
Doyle, James, grocer, 6 Hunter street ; /;. 8 

Drabble, William, steel hardener and hackle maker, 11 Don's road 
Drimmie, Allan, fireman, 4 Mid street 
Driscoll, Charles, armourer. 110 Victoria road 
Dron, James M. , clerk, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
Dron, Thomas, clerk, 23 Victoria street 
Dron, Mrs Daniel L., 10 Somerville place 
Dron, Mrs Robert, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
DRUMMOND, ALEXANDER S., & SONS, painters and decorators, 6 

Nethergate. See Adv. 
Drummond, Alexander, of Alexander S. Drummond & Sons, Grant 

place, 42 Westport 
Drummond, Rev. Jas., RyehillU.P. Church; 7^. Dalmore, Westpark roa 
Drummond, Geo., clerk, 22 E. Dock street; h. Castle street, Tayport 
Drummond, John, factory overseer, 4 Easson's angle 
Drummond, John, bookbinder, 44 King street 
Drummond, John, carpenter, 27 Charles street 
Drummond, Peter, joiner, 224 Lochee road 

Drummond, Walter S. , of Alex. Drummond & Sons, 75 Nethergate 
Drummond, William, ropemaker, 19 Blackness street 
Drummond, Mrs Eliza, 166 Perth road 
Drummond, Mrs Helen, 138 Nethergate 

Dryden, James, of Robertson, Dryden, & Co., 91 Arbroath road 
Dryden, James, sergeant of Harbour police; h. Harbour Police office 
Dryden, James, lapper, 93 King street 
Dryden, William, millwright, 58 Dallfield walk 
Drysdale, Thomas, clerk, 1 Dallfield terrace 
Drysdale, William, officer, St Matthew's Church ; h. 53 Ferry road 
Dudgeon, Peter, foreman joiner, 22 Watson street 
Dudhope Tanworks, Brown street and Smellie's lane ; H. Henderson & 

Sons, tanners, curriers, and leather merchants 
Dudhope Works, Douglas street ; Wm. Fergusson & Sons, manufacturers 


Duff, Alexander, police constable, 8 Cleghorn street 
Duff', Alex., inspr.. Cruelty to Animals Society, Rustic pi., 5 Dudhope st. 
Duff, Daniel, manager and secretary to Tramway Co., 19 High street ; 

h. 21 Airlie place 
Duff, David, ti'aveller, Victoria crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 
Duff, David, clerk, 36 Jamaica street 
Duff, James, packer, 59 crescent lane 
Duff', John, storekeeper, 8 Parker street 
Duff, John, fishdealer, 157 Hilltown 

Duff, John, engineman, Watson terrace, 58 Watson street 
Daff, John, porter, 55 Victoria road 
Duff, John D., traveller, 87 Peddie street 
Duff, Peter, cowfeeder, 175 Victoria road 
Duff, P. M., commission merchant, 3 Coupar's alley; h. 6 Bothwell 

terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Buff, Robert, gardener, Salisbury place, 71 Baffin street 
Buff, Thos., &Co., Limited, merchants, 84 Commercial street 
Buff, William, fruit and vegetable merchant, 97 Ann street ; h. 12 North 

Wellington street 
Buff, Thomas, & Co., Limited, merchants, 84 Commercial street 
Buff, William, gas inspector, 8 Graham place 
Buff, William, pastrybaker, 26 Park wynd 
Duff, Mrs Jane, stationer and tobacconist, 10 Perth road ; h. 12 
Luff, Mrs, Salisbury place, 93 Arbroath road 
Buffus, George, sailmaker, 2 Crescent lane 
Buffus, Captain George, surveyor of shipping, 234 Perth road 
Buffus, George, upholsterer, 43 Nethergate 
Buffus, James, plasterer, 14 Hospital wynd 
Buffus, John H., clerk, 3 Kinnaird street 
Buffus, John H. , house proprietor, 2 Gowrie place 
Buffus, William, of Fowler & Duffus, 53 Ann street 
Buffus, Mrs David, midwife, 151 Princes street 

Buffus, Mrs P., confectioner, 14 Dudhope sti'eet ; h. 37 Dallfield terrace 
Buffy, Francis, bottler, 21 Hean's lane ; h. 14 Small's lane 
Buffy, Fi-ancis, shoemaker, 60 Hilltown ; /(. 21 
Buffy, Michael, patternmaker, 21 Hill street 
Buffy, Peter, insurance agent, 71 High street 
Buffy, Mrs, confectioner, 8 Taylor's lane 
Buguid, Charles, blacksmith, 7 Clepington street 
Duguid, James, shipmaster, 1 Ford's lane 
DUGDALE, JOHN, & SONS, machinists, millwrights, &c., Soho Foundry, 

Blackburn. See Adv. 
Duguid, William, police constable, 11 Well road, Coldside 
Duke, John, joiner and stationer, 101 Ann street 
Duke, Miss Ann, gTocer, 193 Hawkhill ; h. 10 Ashton place 
Dumbrake, Alexander, fireman, 304 Loons road 
Dunbar, Eglantine, lodgings, 62 Commercial street 
Dunbar, George, sheriff criminal officer, 9 Stirling street 
Dunbar, Rev. James J., S. John Baptist's Episcopal Church, Albert 

street ; A. 12 King street 
Dunbar, Mary, warder, H.M. Prison 


Dunbar, Wro. Bishop, solicitor, procurator-fiscal, Courthouse buildings j: 

h. 18 Windsor street 
Dunbar, Mrs John, lodginghouse keeper, 27 Victoria road 
Duncan, Alexander, & Sons, reed and camb makers, 30 Hilltown 
Duncan, Alex., builder, 9 W. Bellst. ; h. Kincraggan lodge, E. Newp6rt 
Duncan, Alexander, of Alex. Duncan & Sons, 27 Victoria road \ 

Duncan, Alexander, 5 Derby street 
Duncan, Alexander, clerk, Harriet street 
Duncan, Alexander, shipmaster, 11 South Union street 
Duncan, Alexander, joiner, 188 Perth road 
Duncan, Alexander, milloverseer, 20 Ellen street 
Duncan, Alexander, birddealer, 211 Lochee road 
Duncan, Alexander, slater, 3 Stirling street ; h. 33 
Duncan, Alex. , traveller. Commercial St. Shoe Factory ; h. 49 Gellatly k, i, 
Duncan, Andrew G. , butcher, 57 Murray gate, and Brook street, Brough y j 

Ferry ; h. Ramsay place, Broughty Ferry 
Duncan, Andrew, boot and shoe maker, 136 Bfawkhill ; h. 43 Peddie s;. 
Duncan, Andrew, tobacconist and stationer, 114 Scouringburn ; h. \\ 
Duncan, Archibald, restaurateur, 3 Murraygate ; h. 65 Commercial st. 
Duncan, A. James, M.D., 144 Nethergate 
Duncan, Bella, draper, 94 Annfield road ; h. 45 
Duncan Brothers, merchants, spinners, and manufacturers, Walla e 

Works, Hilltown ; office, 33 Cowgate 
DUNCAN BROTHERS, drapers, milliners, dressmakers, and sewing-machi e 

agents, 123 Hawkhill. See Adv. 
Duncan Bros. , engineers, of London ; branch office, 79 Commercial strc t 

— A. J. Murdoch, representative 
Duncan, Charles C. , of David Duncan & Son, 4 Craigie terrace 
Duncan, Charles, shipchandler, 10 and 12 East Dock st.; h. 17 Airlie j . 
Duncan, Chas., of Duncan Brothers, drapers, Elizabeth pi., 129 Hawkh 1 
Duncan, Charles, coal merchant, 16 Charles street; h. 2 Idvies street 
Duncan, Christian, telegraphist, Post Office ; h. 23 Tait's lane 
Duncan, David, & Son, solicitors and notaries public, 41 Reform street 
Duncan, David, of David Duncan & Son, Bellfield, 106 Ferry road 
Duncan, David R., confectioner, 30 Dura street 
Duncan, David, commission agent, 25 Union place, Perth road 
Duncan, David, slater, 33 Stirling street 
Duncan, David, harbour porter, 8 Graham place 
Duncan, David, iron annealer, 45 Annfield road 
Duncan, David, cabinetmaker, 9 Catherine street 
Duncan, David, printer, 21 Stirling street 
Duncan, David, boilermaker, 37 Cotton road 
Duncan, David, insurance agent and collector, 67 Ure street 
Duncan, David, carter, 67 North Wellington street 
Duncan, David, fitter, 24 Rose street 
Duncan, David, forgeman, 32 William street 
Duncan, Elizabeth, manglekeeper, 75 Victoria road 
Duncan, E. L., milliner, 24 Strathmartine road; h. 26 
Duncan, George, of Alex. Duncan & Sons, 34 Dallfield terrace 
Duncan, George A., clerk. Post Office ; h. 5 Roslin terrace, Clepington 
Duncan, Goodwin, engineer, 80 Constable street 



i Duncan 

; Duncan 

, Duncan 

cottage, Dosebank street 


James, & Co. , merchants, 33 Cowgate, and at New York 
James, of P. M. Duncan & Son, 1 Constitution terrace 
James, of Winter, Duncan, & Co., St Mary's terrace, Downfield 
Jas. , manager, Miln Street and Bower Mills ; h. 8 Lawrence st. 
James, butcher, 25 Victoria road and 148 Hilltown ; h. Hope 

Jas. , butcher, 63 and 65 Wellgate ; h. Morton's sq. , 31 Wellgate 

James, painter, 221 Hilltown ; li. 219 

James, shoemaker, 16 North Ellen street 

James C, mechanic, 21 Annfield road 

James, 7 Castle court 

James, cowfeeder, 20 Hill street ; A. 18 

James, ironturner, 67 Blackscroft 

James, harbour porter, 13 Eliza street 

James, seaman, 23 Charles street 

James H., shoemaker, 17 Albert street 

James, joiner, 104 Caldrum street 

James, church-officer, St John's Estab. Ch.; h. 3 Kincardine st. 

John, of Duncan Brothers, Lower Craigie, Ferry road 

John, of Winter, Duncan, & Co., 22 Kilnburn place, Newport 

John, Chapelshade Works ; h. Marrbank house, 2 Paradise rd. 

John, contractor and manure merchant. East Dock street 

John, butcher, 161 Perth road ; h. 3 Gowrie place 

John M., bookkeeper, Seafield Works ; h. 16 North Ellen st. 

John, engineer, 7 Pitfour street 

John, shipcarpenter, 6 St Matthew street 

John, saddler, 24 Cotton road 

John, joiner, 4 Rosefield street 

John, joiner, 12 Watt street 

John, feuar, 32 Rosebank street 

John, mason, 23 Victoria street 

John, mason, 48 Union street 

John, mechanic, 95 Hospital wynd 

John, tenter, 6 Lamb's lane 

J. C. , of Dow & Duncan, Ellenbank cottage, Pitkerro road 

Mary, dressmaker, 3 Springhill 

Michael S. , bootmaker, 146 Princes street 

Peter, joiner, 62 Princes street 

P. M., & Son, coalagents and steamship owners, 59 Dock st. 

P. M., of P. M. Duncan & Son, 1 Constitution terrace 

P. M., jun. , 1 Constitution terrace 

Robert, engineer, 28 Kincardine street 

Robert, mason. Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 

Robert, china merchant, 159 Perth road ; h. 17 Tait's lane 

Robert, coaldealer, 11 Erskine street; h. 48 Blackscroft 

Robert K. , storeclerk, 3 Mountpleasant 

William, of W. & D. R. Duncan, 3 South George street 

William, engineer, SO Constable street 

William G., butcher, 26 Overgate; h. 28 

William, teacher of miisic, 5 Balfour street 

William, railway clerk, 5 Temple lane 


Duncan, W. & D. R., wholesale stationers, and printers, 90 Commercial st. ; 

Duncan & Thomson, carpet manufacturers, Rosebank Works, Dundee, , 

and Wellgrove Works, Lochee 
Duncan, Mrs Alexander, 6 Isla street 
Duncan, Mrs Ann, manglekeeper, 70 Constable street 
Duncan, Mrs George, confectioner, 75 King street 
Duncan, Mrs James, ladies' nurse, 22 Ellen street 
Duncan, Mrs Jessie, photographer, 2 Commercial street 
Duncan, Mrs William, 29 Stirling street 
Duncan, Mrs William, 14 Maryfield terrace 
Duncan, Mrs, 26 Isles' lane 
Duncanson, Alexander, mechanic, Annan terrace, 19 S. Wellington strelt t 
Dundas, David, clerk, 30 Raglan street 
Dundas, James, milloverseer, 3 Laing street 
Dundas, James, engineer, 14 Annfield street 
Dundas, John, gardener, 210 Lochee road 
Dundas, Thomas, tenter, 2 Hillbank road 
DUNDEE ADVERTISER; John Leng, managing proprietor, editor, an^ 

publisher, 7 to 25 Bank street. See Adv. 
Dundee Aerated Water Manufacturing Company, Limited ; Hem ■ 

Blackwood, manager, 21 Magdalen Yard road 
Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway ; office, 65 Commercial street; 

Edward Gilbert, manager and secretary 
Dundee Arms Inn and Coffeehouse, 31 High st.; John Graham, proprietc 
Dundee Auction Rooms, Ward road ; Henry Fairweather, auctione( ' 

and appraiser 

Dundee Boatshed Company, Esplanade; Wm. A. Edward, 1 S.Tay st.,secy 
DUNDEE BURIAL SOCIETY, 2 Bain square. See Adv. 
Dundee Burns Club, 7 Ward road 
Dundee Calendering Company, calenderers, 48 St Andrew's street ; Joh 

Fisher, manager 
Dundee Combination Parochial Board Office, Town House buildings 

St Clement's lane ; Thomas Brown, inspector 
Dundee Conservative Association Committee-room, 84 Commercial stree 
Dundee Courier & Argus Office ; Charles Alexander, editor and publisher 

34 North Lindsay street 
Dundee Day Nursery, 3 Larch street ; Mrs Robbie, matron 
DUNDEE AND DISTRICT Mutual Glass Insurance Association, Limited 

79 Commercial street ; A. J. Murdoch, manager. See Adv. 
Dundee and District Telephone Company, Limited, 104 Commercial 

street ; Alexander Simpson, general manager 
Dundee and District Sanitary Association Office, 11 Reform street;' 

Alexander Tosh, secretary and treasurer 
Dundee and District Tramway Company, Limited, 19 High street 
Dundee Dog Spciety Committee Rooms, 62 Commercial street ; James 

A. Stark, secretary 
DUNDEE DYE WORKS, 222 Hilltown ; Stevenson Bros. , dyers. See Adv. 
Dundee Eastern Co-operative Society, Ld., bakers, grocei-s, and provision 

merchants, 1 Erskine st., 143 and 145 Ann st., 6 and 8 Main st., and 

155Hawkhill ; office andhahery, 40N.Ellenst. ; manager, Wm. Phillips 
Dundee Eye Institution, 84 Murraygate 


Dundee Flour Mills, East Dock street ; John F. White, proprietor 
)unclee Foundry, East Dock street ; Gourlay Brothers & Co. , engineers 
Dundee Gas Commissioners' Office, 16 Meadowside ; James Matthew, 


Dundee Gas Commission Gas Stove Exhibition, 46 Union street 
Dundee Gem Line Steam Shipping Company, Limited ; P. M. Duncan 
, & Son, managers ; James Duncan, secretary ; office, 59 Dock street 
Dundee Hat Company, hat manufacturers, 9.3 High street 
Dundee Institution for the Blind, basket, bedding,'brush, firewood, and 

mat manufacturers, and feather cleaners, 59 Magdalen green ; sale 

shop, 17 Nethergate 

[bundee Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, Dudhope- 
I bank, 165 Lochee road ; James Barland, teacher 
Dundee Investment Co., Ld., 13 Panmure st. ; Wm. Mackenzie, secy. 
Dundee, James, coaldealer, 234 Hilltown ; h. 25 Powrie place 
Dundee Linen Works, Constitution st ; Butchart, Lindsay, & Co. , manufs. 
Dundee and Liverpool Steam Shipping Office, 33 Dock street; J. T. 
i Inglis & Co., agents 
iDundee Loch Line Steam Shipping Co., Limited, Calcutta buildings, 

Commercial street; Ireland, Leitch, & Co., managing directors 
Dundee Mission to the Out- door Blind; John Gait, mission superin- 
tendent, 18 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane, Hawkhill 
Dundee Markets and Slaughterhouses, E. Dock st. ; David Knight, supert. 
Dundee Mortgage and Trust Investment Co., Limited, 13 Panmure st. 

Wm. Mackenzie, secretary 
Dundee and Newcastle Steam Shipping Co., Limited, 1 Commercial st. 

H. Plenderleath, manager 
Dundee, Perth, & London ShippingCo., 5 Shore ter. ; J. W. Kidd, manager 
Dundee Polar Fishing Co., 83 Commercial street, and Marine Parade 

W. 0. Taylor & Co., managers 
Dundee Police and Water Commissions — Treasurer's office, 8 Meadow 

side ; James Smith, treasurer 
Dundee Professional Supply Association, Limited, 26 and 28 Bank st. 

James Anderson, manager 
Dundee Property and Investment Building Society, 20 Castle street ; J, 

K. Prain, secretary 
Dundee Protestant Association, 2 Bain square 
DUNDEE PUBLIC BATHS; Walter M'Gregor, superintendent. See Adv. 
Dundee Public Warehouse Co., 12 Cowgate ; T. S. Ross, manager 
Dundee Public Washinghouse and Bleaching Green, Constitiition road 

James Davie, superintendent 
DUNDEE SAVINGS BANK, 2 Euclid street; Robert Sturrock, actuary, 

See Adv. 
Dundee Seal and Whale Fishing Co. ; whale yard. East Dock street 

David Bruce, 3 Royal Exchange place, manager 
Dundee Shipping and Dundee Shipping Freight Insui-ance Associations 

46 Castle street ; John R. Wilson, secretary 
Dundee Shipowner's Company, Limited, 83 Commercial street ; W. 

Taylor & Co., managers 
Dundee Steam Laundry Co., Limited, Tait's lane; Alexander Simpson 

general manager; registered office, 104 Commercial street 


Dundee Stock Exchange Association, 1 Royal Exchange place ; Jamei 

R. Mudie, secretary, 2 Royal Exchange court 
Dundee Water Commission — Engineer's office, 7 Euclid street ; James:; 

Watson, engineer and manager 
Dunlop, James H., agent for J. Veitch, Wilson, & Co., oil refiners,:' 

Glasgow, 33 Albert square ; h. Laurelbank, Monifieth ' 

Dunlop, Rev. John, St David's Free Church ; h. 1 Douglas terrace j 
Dunlop, John, fish merchant, 53 North Wellington street; h. 51 
Dunlop, John, confectioner, 40 Polepark road; h, 38 
Dunn, James, printer, 30 Ure street 
Dunn, James, carter, 12 Bell Street lane 
Dunn, John, blacksmith, 6 Lamb's lane 

Dunn, John, clerk. Central Police Chambers, West Bell street 
Dunn, Robert, checker, 2 Raton's lane 
Dunn, William, labourer, 32 Long wynd 
Dunn, Mrs J. , fruiterer and poulterer, 27 Nethergate 
Dunn, Mrs Wm., draper and milliner, 154 Ann street ; A. 6 N. Ellen 
Dunnett, Walter, shipwright, 4 Watson street 
Dunnett, William, shipwright, 4 Watson street 
Dunnett, Mrs, dress and mantle maker, 87 High street 
Dunnigan, Andrew, porter, 19 James street 
Dura Works, Dura street ; P. & J. Walker, spinners and manufactur rs 
Durham, James, of John Durham & Son, Wingate place, Newport 
Durham, John, & Son, wholesale stationers, account-book and paper-l tg 

manufacturers, 49 High street and 13 Overgate 
Durham, J., Son, & Kinnoch, printers, engravers, and lithographe 

13 Overgate 
Durie, John, painter and decorator, 58 Bell street 
Durie & Miller, hessian manufacturers, 13 Seafield road, and London 
Durkie, David, baker, 78 Dura street ; h. 1 Eliza street 
Durkie, John S. A., shipmaster, 14 Forfar road 
Durlac, Henry, teacher of modern languages, High School ; h. Greyban^, 

22 Magdalen Yard road 
Durward, John, police sergeant, 30 Carmichael street 
Dutch, George, lettercarrier, 6 Dallfield terrace 
Duthie, Alexander, potato merchant. Arcade buildings, 1 Idvies' stree 

h. Clayholes, Carnoustie 
Duthie, James S. , butcher, 41 Lochee road ; h. 4 Union street, Lochei 
Duthie, James, boilermaker, 2 Scouringburn 
Duthie, John, clerk, 4 Garland place 
Duthie, Mary, grocer, 24 Catherine street 
Duthie, William S., dairyman, 12 Carmichael street 
Duthie, William, potato salesman, 147g Ann street 
Dye, Chas. , chimneyswpr. and soot merch. , 96 Murraygate and 63 Perth rdl \ 
Dye, James, chimneysweeper, 15 John street \ 

Dyer, John, milloverseer, 13 Balfour street \ 

Dyer, Joseph, mason, 26 Balfour street 
Dyer, Peter, joiner, 69 Watson street 

Eadie, Robt., shoe merchant, 25 Overgate; 7i. Athole pi. , 1 3 Arbroath rd. 
Easson, Alexander, retired manufacturer, 13 Wellington street 

se ; 


asson, Alexander, 106 Annfield road 
; ^]asson, Andrew, carter, 20 Alexander street 

5asson, David, factor, Camperdown; ojffice,l4 High st. ; A.Dryburgh,Lochee 
: Sasson, James, late grocer, 23 Janefield place, Maryfield 
Easson, John, & Son, cork manufacturers, 28 Barrack street 
Easson, John M., draper and clothier, Argyle House, 56 Overgate, top of 

Tally street ; k. 3 Cliftonbank, East Newport 
Easson, John, cattledealer, 6 Lawrence street 
Easson, Mungo, clerk, Walleroo cottage, Downfield 
Easson, Robert, bookbinder, manufacturing stationer, and drapers' and 

fancy box manufacturer, 7 New Inn entry ; h. 54 Westport 
Easson, Thomas, of John Easson & Son, Fairview cottage, E. Newport 
Easson, William, chimneysweeper, 12 Lawrence street 
Easson, Mrs George, hardware merchant, 35 Hospital wynd ; h. 43 
Easson, Mrs James, confectioner. 111 Ann street 
East, Alfred, chairmaker, 16 Nelson street 

East, Francis, chair manuf., 45 and 47 Nelson st.; /*. Hughenden, Maryfield 
East Mill ; 0. G. Miller & Son, flaxspinners. Session street 
East Port Calender, 100 Cowgate; Strachan, Kinmond, &Co., calenderers 
East of Scotland Investment Company, Limited, Union Bank buildings, 

6 Panmure street ; John W. Shepherd, secretary 
lastern Club, 3 Albert square; G. E. Allen, clubmaster; A. Mackay, 

104 Commercial street, secretary 
i Easton, Alexander, enginedriver, Caledonian Railway ; h. 4 Bain square 
Eaton, George, painter, 46 Peddie street 
Eddie, Charles D., seedsman, 11 Balfour street 
Eddie, "William, hammerman, 21 Kincardine street 
Edgar, James, mason, 91 Hilltown 
Edinburgh Hide, Skin, and Tallow Market Company, Limited, Dundee 

Public Slaughterhouse : William Cooper, manager 
EDINBURGH and Provincial Plate-Glass Insurance Co., Limited. See Adv. 
Edmed,- William, seaman, 10 King's road 
EDINBURGH Life Assurance Co. See Adv. 
Edward, Allan, & Co., merchants, 8 Panmure street 
Edward, Archibald, dairyman, 61 Hospital wynd 
Edward, Charles, of Edward & Robertson, Rock lodge, Ferry road 
Ed-nard, James, compositor, 32 Main street 
Edward, James, lettercarrier, 109 Lochee road 
Edward, John S., shipmaster, 27 Yeaman shore 
Edward, John, traveller, 12 Craigie street 

Edward, Kenrick A. , of Allan Edward & Co. , Faringtonhall, Perth road 
jEdward & Robertson, architects, 12 Bank street 
Edward, William A., bookkeeper, 1 South Tay street 
Edward, William, overseer, 52 Larch street 
Edward, Mrs L. Bowden, millinery, mantle, and dressmaking saloon, 1 

South Tay street 

Edward, Mrs, sack machinist, 34 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Edwards, David, tug and passenger boat owner, 1 Commercial street 
Edwards, David, surveyor of cargoes. Shore Dues office ; h. 6 Craigie ter. 
Edwards, David, coachman, 11 Springhill 
Edwards, David, brewer, 35 St Salvador street 


Edwards, David, of D. & W. Edwards, West End cottage, Barry 

Edwards, D. & W., porter and ale bottlers, and non-intoxicating hore-i 

hound beer manufacturers, 8 Church street, Princes street 
Edwards, George, blacksmith, 58 Crescent lane 
Edwards, James, mechanic, 5 Cleghorn street 
Edwards, James, yardsman, 48 Union street 
Edwards, John, shipmaster, 3 Roslin terrace 
Edwards, Joseph, seaman, 2 Graham place 
Edwards, Robert, assistant inspector of poor, 42 Annfield road 
Edwards, Robert, jun., clerk, 42 Annfield road 
Edwards, William, warehouseman, Ellen place, 27 Lyon street 
Edwards, William, blacksmith, 59 North Church street 
Edwards, William, of D. & W. Edwards, West End cottage, Barry 
Edwards, Mrs Elizabeth, lodgings, 13 West Dock street 
Edwards, Mrs John, confectioner and grocer, 143 Seagate ; li. 20 Queen 
Edwards, Mrs J. H. , 14 Raton's lane 
Edwards, Mrs, broker, 18 Scouringburn 
Edwards, Mrs, 304 Perth road 
Egan, Margaret, grocer, 19 Urquhart street 
Eggie, James, draper, 13 Dudhope street 

Eggo, George A. , telegraph superintendent, Post Office ; h. 3 Gowrie 1. 
Elder, Charles, grocer, 11 Park wynd ; h. 45 
Elder, David, manager, Ashton Works ; h. 2 Ure street 
Elder, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 137 Blackness road 
Elder, James, mate, 71 High street 
Elder, James, baker, 45 Victoria road ; h. 49 
Elder, James, warehouseman, 6 Alexander street 
Elder, John, feuar, 8 Daniel street 
Elder, John, fireman, 13 Blackheath place 
Elder, Robert, seaman, 7 Ireland's lane 
Elder, Thomas, shoemaker, 66 Dura street ; h. 56 
Elder, Thomas, calenderworker, 22 Barrack street 
Elder, William, mechanic, 59 Caldrum street 
Elder, William, cabinetmaker, 3 Ireland's lane 
Elder, William, baker, 16 Mid road 
Elgin & Son, wholesale confectioners, 88 Murraygate 
Elgin, Mrs, of Elgin & Son, 89 Murraygate 
EUer, Maurice, & Co., merchants, 2 India buildings 
Eller, E. Maurice, of Maurice EUer & Co., 9 Taymouth place, B. Ferr ' 
Ellis, James, mason, 1 1 Dallfield walk 
Ellis, William, tailor and clothier, 250 Perth road ; h. 213 
Ellis, Mrs Mary, furnishings, 20 Cochrane street 
Elmslie, Stewart, coffeehouse keeper, 10 South Lindsay street 
Elphinstone, Rev. William, 3 Easson's angle 
Embacher, Richard (Jaff6 Brothers & Co.), 4 Melville terrace 
Emmett, John Morton, manager. Opera House ; h. 43 Castle street 
EMPLOYERS' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited. See Adv. 
Emsley, David, clerk, 9 Rosetield street 

Emslie, Alexander, merchant, 4 India buildings ; li. 4 Hawkhill place 
Emshe, John F., of J. F. Emshe & Co., 4 Hawkhill place 
Emslie, John, 14 Victoria street 

fc.t Isj 







imslie, J. F., & Co., merchants, 37 Albert square 
mslie, Mrs, 4 Hawkhill place 
ngland, Thomas, baker, 41 Wilkie's lane 
ETGLISH AND SCOTTISH Law Life Assurance Association. See Adv. 

inright, Patrick, cutter, 17 Union place, Perth road 

Suitable Fire insurance Company, Limited. See Adv. 

Suitable Life Assurance Society of the United States ; branch office, 

i 13 Ward road. See Adv. 

iquitable Plate Glass Insurance Office, 23 Panmure street ; J. W. 
Birrell, district superintendent 

Irentz, A. A., merchant, Grove place, 185a Perth road 

Emst, John, shipmaster, 23 Strawberrybank 

Ssplin, Alexander, valuator, house and insurance agent, 7 Cowgate ; h. 

i Rusticbank, Glencarse 

Isplin, John, stevedore, 86 Constable street 
|3splin, Robert, mechanic, 126 Princes street 
jSsplin, William, tenter, 1 Langlands street 

isplin, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 10 St Peter street 

iEv'ans, George Fredrick, teacher of music, 132a Nethergate 

iEvans, Henry, steamtug master, 84 Blackscroft 

lErans, John, messenger, 36 Rose street 

E^ans, Joseph, traveller, Kinlocli place, 105 Hawkhill 

Evans, Thomas D. , bank messenger, Union Bank of Scotland 

JE7ENING TELEGRAPH, 7 to 25 Bank street ; John Leng & Co., printers 

and publishers. See Adv. 
EFAN, ALEXANDER, bookseller, stationer, and newsagent, 25 and 27 
I Westport ; h. 26 Isles' lane See Adv. 
JEwan, Charles, carter, 18 Ness street, Forebank 
Ewan, David, porter, 93 Rosebank street 

Ewan, Francis M., of Ewan, Young, & Thomson, Viewbank, B. Ferry 
Ewan, John, merchant, 32 Cowgate ; 7i. Edenhall, West Ferry 
Ewan, Joseph, labourer, 33 Hill street 
Ewan, Robert, machine overseer, 36 Nethergate 
Ewan, Young, and Thomson, spinners and manufacturers. Verdant 

Works, West Henderson's wynd ; office, 32 Cowgate 
Ewarfc, James, 29 Step row 
Ewart, John, mechanic, 36 Dundonald street 
Ewart, Joseph, weaver, 12 Ogilvie's road 
Ewing, David, mason, 10 Rose lane 
Ewing, David, bottler, 19 Union place, Perth road 
Ewing, James Alfred, professor of engineering, University College ; h. 

3 Norwood terrace, Westpark road 
Ewing, Rev. James, St Andrew's Free Church; h. 12 Laurelbank 

Fagan, Peter, traveller, 42 Westport 

Fair, James, spirit merchant, 177 Overgate; h. 87 King street 

Fair, John, grocer, 33 Princes street, and potato and manure merchant, 

31 King street; h. Arcade buildings. King street 
Fairbairn, Geo., ticket examiner, Taybridge Station ; h. 47 Yeaman shore 
Fairbairn, Nay lor, Macpherson, & Co., Limited, machinemakers, Leeds ; 

office, 74 Commercial street 


Fairful, David, coachman, 11 Tay Street lane 

Fairful, Mrs, waitress, 95 Peddie street 

Fairley, George, mason, 16 Crichton street 

Fairley, Mrs Mary, 28 Charles street 

Fairlie, Andrew, draper, 28 Union place, Perth road 

Fairweather, Alexander, merchant, 4 India buildings ; /). 1 St Peter 

Fairweather, Alexander, dairyman, Lawside, Lochee road 

Fairweather, Alexander, shipmaster, 10 Craigie street 

Fairweather, Charles, overseer, 42 William street 

Fairweather, David, greengrocer, 286 Hilltown ; h. 286^ 

Fairweather, David, bootmaker, 111 Perth road; h. 13 Westfi eld lane 

Fairweather, David F., 19 Airlie place 

Fairweather, David, glass merchant and glazier, 227 Overgate; h. 24| 

Fairweather, David, clerk, Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Fairweather, Esther, 79 King street 
Fairweather, Francis, 22 Stanley place. Step row 
Fairweather, George J., butcher, 1 Mountpleasant 
Fairweather, Henry, auctioneer and valuator, Dundee Auction Roomi 

Ward road ; A. 17 Thomson street 
Fairweather, James A., of Fairweather & Sons, 4 Prospect place 
Fairweather, James, tobacco manufacturer, 101 Murraygate 
Fairweather, James K., storekeeper, 143 Victoria road 
Fairweather, James, accountant and stockbroker, 41 Reform street ; h 

1 St Peter street 
Fairweather, James, grocer, 40 King street ; h. 32^^ 
Fairweather, John, coal merchant, 31 Dock street ; h. 1 St Peter stree 
Fairweather, John, clerk, Ashton Works ; h. 2 Strawberrybauk 
Fairweather, John, waiter, ] 3 Arbroath road 
Fairweather, Joseph, sculptor and granite monument manufac. , 36 and 3. 

Commercial st., and Arbroath rd. ; h. Maryfield ter., E. Newport 
Fairweather, J. B., merchant and commission agent, 35 Cowgate ; h. \ 

Bonnybank road 
Fairweather, Robt., traveller. Oil Mills, Blackscroft ; h. 9a Victoria st. 
Fairweather & Sons, tobacco manufacturers, 108 Seagate 
Fairweather, William W. , of Fairweather & Sons, 4 Prospect place 
Fairweather, William, clerk, 47 Yeaman shore 
Fairweather, William P., bookkeeper and accountant, 11 Bonnybank rd. 
Fairweather, William, lapper, 4 Lawrence street 
Fairweather, Mrs David, 142 Nethergate 
Fairweather, Mrs James A., 9 Ward road 
Fairweather, Mrs J. T. , 4 Prospect place 
Fairweather, Mrs, confectioner, 86 Strathmartine road 
Falconer, Charles M., of Halket & Adam, 3 Viewforth place 
Falconer, DaAad R., blacksmith, Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Falconer, James, ironmonger, plumber, and gasfitter, 35 Nethergate; h. 142 
Falconer, Major James, Netherlaw, 1 1 Albany terrace 
Falconer, James, shoemaker, 125 Ann street 
Falconer, John, patternmaker, 25 Clepington street 
Falconer, John, tenter, 43 Ure street 
Falconer, Mary, staymaker, 13 St Andrew's street 


alconer, Richard, goods clerk, Taybridge Station ; h. 3 Ure street 
alconer, Mrs Jane, nianglekeeper, 3 Tait's lane 
alconer, Mrs William, 16 Thomson street 
alconer, Mrs, lodging-house keeper, 167 Overgate 
'arley, Patrick, milloverseer, 38 Scouringburn 
'armer, James, joiner, 61 Nethergate ; h. 37 Stirling street 
'armer, James, moulder, 34 Catherine street 
'armer, William, moulder, 10 Church street, Princes street 
I'arnham, Mrs, late spirit merchant, 1 Johnston's lane 
farquhar, Agnes C, draper and milliner, 64 Princes street; h. 7 Castle st. 
.""arquhar, David, goods porter, 4 Bain square 
farquhar, George, carter, 17 Dallfield walk 
j'arquhar, George, stoker, 174 Ann street 
?arquhar, George, gardener, 37 Seafield road 
?arquhar, James, compositor, 26 Union place, Perth road 
Farquhar, John, porter, 14 New Inn entry 
Farquhar, John, hecklemaker, 7 Ireland's lane 
Farquhar, Mrs Euphemia, midwife, 8 Blackscroft 
Farquhar, Mrs G. , ladies' nurse, 2 Westfield place 
Farquhar, Mrs Jessie, babylinen warehouse, 75 Princes street 
Farquhar, Mrs, dressmaker, 29 St Peter street 

Farquhar, Mrs George, dressmaker, 276 Hawkhill ; h. 37 Seafield road 
Farquharson, Alexander, carter, 19 Craigie street 
Farquharson, Alexander, brasstinisher, 8 Crighton street 
Farquharson, Archibald, 18 Ferry road 
Farquharson, David G. , house and insurance agent, 3 Barrack street ; h. 

Woodside, Newport 
Farquharson, Finlay, cashier, Police Commis. office ; h. 8 Meadowside 
Farquharson, David, storekeeper, 7 Yeaman shore 
Farquharson, F. W., of R. W. Farquharson & Son, Forthill, B. Ferry 
Farquharson, George, general dealer, 34 Hilltown 
Tarquharson, George, plumber, 35 Constitution road 
Farquharson, James, hosier, glover, hatter, milliner, and shirtmaker, 

108 and 110 Nethergate ; h. 18 Paton's lane 
Farquharson, James, of Garvie & Farquharson, 46 Peddie street 
FARQUHARSON, JOHN, plumber, brassfounder, gasfitter, and bellhanger, 

36 and 38 Barrack street ; h. 38. See Adv. 
^Farquharson, John, jun., ironmonger, 177 Perth rd, ; h. 2 Taylor's lane 
Farquharson, John, tenter, 6 Polepark road 
Farquharson, Peter, calenderwoi'ker, 39 Dallfield walk 
Farquharson, E., & Son, glass merchants and glaziers, 114 Murraygate 
Farquharson, R. W., & Son, watchmakers, jewellers, and opticians, 73 

High street 
Farquharson, Thomas, of Joseph Gibson & Co., Abercraig, Harecraig 
Farquharson, William, clerk, 38 Barrack street 

Farquharson, William, of Tay Shipbuilding Company, 31 Exchange street 
Farquharson, Mrs John B., 12 Airlie place 
Farquharson, Mrs William, Ardal villa, 3 Scotswood terrace 
Farquharson, Mrs, dressmaker, 8 Forfar road 
Farrell, John, waiter, 42 Scouringburn 
Farrell, Lewis, pawnbroker, 22 Scouringburn ; h. 24 


Farrell, Michael, hat manufacturer, 69 High street and 107 Hawkhill; 

h. 7 Park terrace 
Farrell, Thomas, bootmaker, 155 Blackness road 

Farrow, John B., shipmaster, 40 Blackscroft i 

Faulkner, Thomas, coachman, 26 William street 
Faulkner, William, grocer, 36 Rosebank street 
Fawcett, Edmond Robert, manager, 10 Airlie terrace 
Fawns, David, hairdresser, 8 Scouringburn ; h. 36 Logie street, Lochi 
Fawns, Robert, packer, 69 Crescent street 

Fay, John, spirit mercht. , 140 Scouringburn ; 7t. Osborne pi. , E. Newpi 
Fay, Patrick, draper, milliner, and clothier, 49 and 55 Scouringbur: 

li. 6 Airlie place 

Fealy, Lawrence, bottler, 52 Alexander street ; h. 54 N. William strc 
Feathers, George F., merchant, 4 India buildings ; h. 6 Shore terrace 
Feathers, James, of P. A. Feathers & Son, 3 Louise terrace, W. Fer 
Feathers, P. A., & Son, opticians and chronometer makers, 43 Dock st 
Feathers, Peter A., of P. A. Feathers & Son, Somerville house, B. FeiT 
Feathers, Mrs James, 6 Shore terrace 
Fegan, John, currier, 54 Blackness road 
Feggetter, William, clerk, 38 Step row 
Fehranbach, Charles Joseph, watchmaker, 46 Kuig's road 
Fenton, Andrew, railway guard, 11 Blackness street 
Fenton, Benjamin L., shipsteward, 4 Kinnaird street 
Fenton, David, house painter, 46 Watson street 
Fenton, David, officer. South Church ; h. 22 Barrack street 
Fenton, Eliza, confectioner, 164 Perth road 
Fenton, Rev. James, M.A., Wallacetown F.C. ; h. 15 Maryfield terrao 
Fenton, John, coaldealer, 28 Union street, Charles street ; h. 19 
Fenton, Mrs, 21 Airlie place 
Fenton, Mrs, 22 Dundonald street 
Fenton, Mi-s Charles, 11 Thomson street 
Fenwick, Peter, jun., wine and spirit merchant, 97 and 99 Nethergate 

A. 11 Craigie street 
Fenwick, Stewart, currier, 36 Pennycook lane 
Fenwick, William, plumber, 13 Ure street 
Fenwick, Mrs James, manglekeeper, 53 William street 
Fenwick, Mrs, midwife, 95 Victoria road 
Fenwick, Miss B. , dressmaker, 39 Wilkie's lane 
Ferguson, Alexander, pilot, 48 Blackscroft 

Ferguson, Andrew M., solicitor, 31 Reform street; /;. 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Ferguson, David, plumber, 26 Wilkie's lane ; h. 35 
Ferguson, David, clerk, 107 Murraygate ; h. 2 Dalhousie terrace 
Ferguson, David, mechanic, 11 Well road, Coldside 
Ferguson, George, S. B. teacher, Hill Street School ; h. 65 Rosebank st. 
Ferguson, George, seaman, 5 Stirling street 
Ferguson, George, baker, 30 Strathmartine road ; h. 26 
Ferguson, George, engineer, 12 Blyth place ■ 

Ferguson, Graham, pawnbroker, 3, 5, and 7 Powrie pi. ; h. 13 Ann street 
Ferguson, Henry, tinsmith, 17 Ferry road 
Ferguson, Henry, police constable, 194 Scouringburn 
Ferguson, James, mechanic, Lorimer street 


llFerguson, James, shoemaker, 51 Arbroath road 

Ferguson, John, merchant, 3 Coupar's alley 

Ferguson, Jolm (of Robert Ferguson & Sons, oil merchants), agent, 
Norwich Union Fire and Life Insurance Society, Norwich and 
London Accident Insurance Association, Scottish Accident Insur- 
ance Co. , 1 1 Royal Exchange lane ; h. Forebank terrace 

Ferguson, John, shoemaker, 1 1 St Andrew's street ; A. 27 Nelson street 

Ferguson, John, traveller, 46 Peddie street 

Ferguson, John, harbour poi'ter, 19 St Matthew street 

Ferguson, Peter, harbour weigher, Rustic place, 1 Dudhope street 

Ferguson, Peter, seaman, 103 Nethergate 

Ferguson, Robert, & Sons, rope and sail makers, 34 Commercial street 

Ferguson, Robert, & Sons, oil and leather merchants, mill and factory 
furnishers, and agents for chemicals, 11-15 Rl. Exchange lane 

Ferguson, Robt., of Robert Ferguson & Sons, sailmakers, 94 Commercial st. 

Ferguson, Robert, of Robert Ferguson & Sons, oil mchts., Forebank ter. 

Ferguson, Robert, shipping agent, 27 Panmure st. ; h. 4 Dallfield terrace 

Ferguson, Robert, tinsmith and gasfitter, Gas Works ; /(. 95 Murraygate 

Ferguson, Thomas, mechanic, 60 Bell street 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM, house painter and decorator, 29 Barrack street ; 
h. 14. See Adv. 

Ferguson, William, clerk, Salisbury place, 89 Arbroath road 

Ferguson, William, goods porter, 19 Bain square 

Ferguson, William, joiner, packingbox maker, 3 Derby street 

Ferguson, Mrs Ann, 80 Nether'gate 

Ferguson, Mrs John, 36 Nethergate 

Ferguson, Mrs Thomas, 5 Dallfield walk 

Ferguson, Mrs, 1 Balgay street 

Fergusson, D. Scott, agent. Union Bank of Scotland, Ltd. ; h. 4Panmure st. 

Fergusson, H. B., of Wm. Fergusson & Sons, 13 Airlie place 

Fergusson, James A., of Wm. Fergusson & Sons, Tayside, West Ferry 

Fergusson, Robert M., of Fergusson & Stephen, 51 Reform street 

Fergusson & Stephen, solicitors, 51 Reform street 

Fergusson, William, & Sons, linen and jute manufacturers, Dudhope 
Works ; office, 4 Royal Exchange place 

Fergusson, W. H., of Wm. Fergusson & Sons, The Buchties, Bro. Ferry 

Fernham, Grace, 45 Annfield road 

Fernie, George, warder, 8 Lawrence street 

Fernie, Jas., stationer, ironmonger, and fancy goods merchant, 60 Ann st. 

Fernie, John, engineer, 69 Crescent street 

Fernie, William, engineer, 2 Arbroath road 

Ferrier, Charles, clerk, James Smieton & Sons ; h. 9 Dallfield terrace 

Ferrier, Charles, provision merchant, 4 Fish street 

Ferrier, David H. , chemist and druggist, 2 Hilltown ; h. Park cottage, 
75 Hospital wynd 

Ferrier, David, joiner, 137 Perth road 

Ferrier, David, ironturner, 68 Albert street 

Ferrier, George, printer, 6 Victoria square, Nethergate 

Ferrier, James, clerk, 29 Trades lane ; h. 6 Polepark road 

Ferrier, James, shipfitter, 82 Constable street 

Ferrier, John, joiner, 309 Loons road 


Ferrier, Michael, millmanager, 29 Isles' lane 
Ferrier, Peter, & Co. , rag merchants, 38a Mid street 
Ferrier, Peter, of Peter Ferrier & Co. , rag mercliants, 7 Cowgate 
Ferrier, Thomas M. , of Thomas Taylor & Co. , vice-consul for the United 
States of Columbia, and consul for Venezuela, 11 Panmure street 
li. Melrose house, Perth 
Ferrier, Wm., photographer, 3 Tally st. ; h. Arcade buildings. King s 
Ferrier, William, joiner, 7 Mid street 
Ferrier, Mrs Margaret, lodgings, 7 South Union street 
Ferrier, Miss, 46 Castle street 
Fettes, Charles, clerk, 4 Balfour street 
Fettes, Mrs Agnes, 48 Victoria road 
Field, Alexander, baker, 21 North Tay street ; h. 10 
Findleton, David, fish and poultry dlr., 109 Victoria rd. ; h. 45 Blackscrofi 
Findlay, Alexander, ironturner, Lorimer street 

Findlay, Charles, manufacturer, 48 Rosebank street ; h. 8 Garland place 
Findlay, Charles, powerloom manager, 8 Dallfield terrace 
Findlay, David, harbour porter, 93 King street 
Findlay, David, gatekeeper, Tay Ferries ; h. 11 Tay Street lane 
Findlay, David, grocer, 160 Hilltown 

Findlay, George, of Andrew Eeid & Co., 1 Norman terrace, Baldovan 
Findlay, George P., ironmonger, 38 Overgate ; h. 15 Union place 
Findlay, George, clerk at Garden Works, and insurance agent ; h. 

Viewforth street 
Findlay, James, mechanic, 12 Annfield street 
Findlay, James, coal merchant, 18 Dudhope street ; h. 20 Raglan streei 
Findlay, John, jun., cashier and bookkeeper at 116 Seagate ; h. 17 SI 

Vincent place, Broughty Ferry 
Findlay, John, shuttlemaker, 12 North Erskine street 

Findlay, Robert, mechanic, 61 Hill street 

Findlay, William, baker, 21 Dudhope street 

Findlay, William, painter, 5 Annfield row 

Findlay, Mrs D. , grocer, 1 Fairley place, Clepington road 

Findlay, Mrs James, laundress, 151 Princes street 

Finigan, Patrick, confectioner, 130 Blackness road 

Finlay,Chas.S., clothieranddraper, 12Strathmartinerd. ; /i.38Caldrumst. 

Finlay, David, compositor, Beaconsfield place, 110 Victoria road 

Finlay, Hugh, police constable, 16 Lawrence street 

Finlay, James, blacksmith, 54 Gellatly street ; li. 22 Barrack street 

Finlay, James, tailor, 8 Hospital wynd I 

Finlay, James, shoemaker, 5 Pitfour street 

Finlay, Jas. , surveyor of shipping. Shore Dues Office; h. 2 Pine ter., B.Ferry 

Finlay, John, fireman, 12 Malcolm street 

Finlay, Mrs David, 8 Speed's terrace 

Finlay, Mrs, 12 Perth road 

Finlay, Miss Isabella, dressmaker, 27 Westport 

Finlayson, Alexander D., packer, 38 Pennycook lane 

Finlayson, Arch., draper and silk mercer, 46 Westport; h. 4 Temple lane 

Finlayson, James, joiner, 181 Victoria road J 

Finlayson, Robert, grocer and spiritdealer, 8 Albert street ; A. 87 " ' 

Finlayson, Wm., grocer and spirit mer., 19SHawkhill; h. 2 Annfield row 


inlayson, Mrs George, draper and milliner, 27 Princes street ; h. 31 
inley, John, grocer, and wine and spirit merchant, 1 Tal^nadice street ; 

h. 4 Clepington street 
'innan, Mrs Ann, confectioner, 12 St Mary street 
,E INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, 20 Panmure street; P. C. Piggot, 
manager. See Adv. 
sher, Alexander, late grocer, 131 Rosebank street 

Eslier, Alexander, clerk, 54 King street 

Fisher, Charles, labourer, 14 Rose lane 

Fisher, George, manager, Tay Works Calender ; h. 19 Cleghorn street 

iFisher, George, mechanic, 27 South George street 

jFisher, John, jun., hairdresser, 37 Perth road ; h. 25 Peddie street 

jFisher, John, hairdresser and stationer, 37 Perth rd. ; h. 3 Westfield lane 

Fisher, John, clerk, 40 Dallfield walk 

jFisher, John, porter, 10 Dura street 

iFisher, Peter, mechanic, 25 Lilybank road 
i iFisher, Thomas, tenter, 2 Cherryfield lane 
; Fisher, William, journalist, 7 Bank street; h. 13 Forebank road 

Fisher, William, currier, 10 Exchange street 

Fisher, W. M., L.D.S., R.C.S., London, dental surgeon, 140 Nethergate ; 
/(. The Terrace, West Newport 

Fisher, Mrs, 27| Tait's lane 

Fisken, David, mechanic, 2 Bruce street 

Fitchet, James, grocer and spirit mer. , 36 Princes st. ; h. 2 Crescent lane 

Fitchie, William S., overseer, 9 Bell street 

Fithie, Mrs David, 24 Garland place 

Fithie, Mrs David, 24 Peddie street 

Fitzgerald, James, painter, 8 Kincardine street 

Fitzpatrick, Margaret, nettlebeer manufacturer, 54 Rosebank street 

Flanagan, Daniel, grocer, 9 Polepark road ; h. 10 

Flanagan, Mrs, grocer, 131 Scouringburn 

Fleet, Mrs Isabella, 65 Nethergate 

Fleming, Alex. G., banker, 57 Commercial st. ; h. 2 Magdalen Yard road 

Fleming, Alexander D., accountant, 3 Nelson street 

Fleming, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 16 Cowgate ; h. 36 Cotton road 

Fleming, Alexander, of Sahnond & Fleming, 7 Airlie terrace 

Fleming, Alexander, turner, 7 Clepington street 

Fleming, Alexander, fireman, 2 St Matthew street 

Fleming Brothers, clothiers and men's mercers, 1 6 Cowgate 
leming, Charles P., of D. H. Fleming & Sons, Adelaide place 
leming, David H., of D. H. Fleming & Sons, 9 Albany terrace 
leming, David N., clerk, Blackness Foundry ; /(. 2 Rosefield street 
leming, David, & Son, builders and jobbing masons, 40 N. Lindsay st 
'leming, David, I'ope and sail maker, 67 Ure street 

Fleming, David, blacksmith, 58 Watson street 

Fleming, D. H., & Sons, spinners and manufacturers, Gray Street Works, 
Lochee ; office, 5 Bain square 

Fleming, Douglas, & Co., flax and jute merchants, 19 Cowgate 

Fleming, Edward W. , of J. & J. Fleming, East Som'erville place 

Fleming, George, tailor, 7 Parker street 

Fleming, James, compositor, 141 Ann street 


Eleming, James, of John Fleming & Sons, 10 William street 
Fleming, James, wholesale saddler and general ironmonger, 31 Yeama 

shore ; h. 5 Park place 
Fleming, James, of J. & J. Fleming, East Somerville place 
Fleming, James A., of J. & J. Fleming, East Somerville place 
Fleming, James, ironmonger, 26 Victoria road 
Fleming, James R., collector, D. P. & L. Shipping Co. ; ^. 6 St Phillan 

place, Newport 
Fleming, James H., 12 Dallfield terrace 
Fleming, James, flax inspector, 106 Annfield road 
Fleming, James, manager of Manhattan Works ; h. 21 Albert street 
Fleming, James P., clerk, 10 Reform street 
Fleming, John, & Sons, wholesale grocers, 165 and 167 Seagate 
Fleming, John, timber merchant, Camperdown Sawmills ; h. 1 Grang( 

terrace, Broughty Ferry- 
Fleming, John I. , commercial traveller for A. C. Whyte & Sons, Glasgow, 

Ella cottage, 44 Caldruni street 
Fleming, John, of John Fleming & Sons, 9 Panmure terrace 
Fleming, John, accountant, 2 Magdalen Yard road 
Fleming, John C. , clerk, Tay Biscuit "Wks. ; h. 26 St Vincent pi. , B. Ferrj 
Fleming, John S., clerk, 18 Lawrence street 

Fleming, John W., of Salmond & Fleming, Dalhousie ter.. West Ferry 
Fleming, J. , of Fleming & Muir, 66 Peddie street 
Fleming, J. & J., wholesale London, Birmingham, and Sheffield ware^ 

housemen, and importers of French and German goods, 1-7 Overgat* 
Fleming & Lindsay, jute spinners and manufacturers. Mid Street Mill, 

and Hillside Works, 112 Hilltown 
Fleming, Lizzie H. , teacher of music, 10 Reform street 
Fleming, Matthew, Avholesale fruit and potato merchant, 6 Castle lane j 

A. 2 William street, Scouringburn 
Fleming & Muir, monumental masons, 153 Blackness road 
Fleming, Peter, emigration and shipping agent, 44 High street ; h. Brae 

side villa. West Newport 
Fleming, Peter, builder, 1 Watt street 
Fleming, Peter, manager, 10 Reform street 
Fleming, Peter, seaman, 2 Ford's lane 
Fleming, Richard P., resident engineer of the Dundee and Districi 

Sanitary Association, 11 Reform street ; h. 9 Albany terrace 
Fleming, Robert, secretary, Scottish American Trust Companies, Ltd., 

13 Albert square ; h. Tighnavon, Newport 
Fleming, Robert H., of Fleming & Lindsay, Caenlochan ter., W. Ferry 
Fleming, Robert H. , clerk, 2 Ford's lane 

FLEMING, THOMAS, SON, & CO., West Grove Mill, Halifax. See Adv. 
Fleming, Thomas, fireman, 11 Robertson street 
Fleming, William, retired wholesale grocer, 13 Springfield 
Fleming, William, tailor and clothier, 16 Cowgate ; h. 103 Overgate 
Fleming, W. S., railway canvasser, Kmloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Fleming, Mrs H. S., proprietrix. Bonded Stores, 27 Dock street; h. 

36 Drumsheugh gardens, Edinburgh 
Fleming, Mrs John, 9 Panmure terrace 
Fleming, Mrs WiUiam A., 3 Nelson street 


Fleming, Mrs, lodgings, 43 Castle street 

Tletcher, Robert, house proprietor. Rustic place, 1 Dudhope street 

iFIetclier, William, gardener, 187 Overgate 

Flight, Elizabeth, china merchant, 194 Hawkhill ; h. 14 Bernard street 

Flight, William, engineer, 71 Perth road 

Flinn, Jolm, butcher, 183 Seagate 

Flood, Edward, market gardener, 95 Arbroath road ; h. 25 Watson street 

Foggie, AndrewH. , of W. E. Baxter &Co. , Woodville house, Westpark rd. 

Foggie, James, architect and valuator, 2 Raglan street ; h. 141 Ann st. 

Foggie, John, clerk, 31 Albert square ; h. 10 Albert street 

Foley, John, shoemaker, 153 and 231 Hilltown ; h. 151 

Foley, William, & Co. , watchmakers, &c., 26 King st. ; li. 17 Kinnaii'd st. 

Foote, Alexander A., of William Foote & Son, Rose cottage, 16 Rose st. 

Foote, Andrew Allan, joiner, cabinetmaker, and funeral undertaker, 33 

Rosebank street ; h. 20 N. Ellen street 
Foote, James, steward, 6 Victoria square, Nethergate 
Foote, William, & Son, blacksmiths, 33 Rosebank street 
I Foote, Mrs C. , draper, 49 Perth road 
Forbes, Alexander, butcher, 2 St Matthew street 

Forbes, Andrew W. , teacher. Long Wynd Public School ; h. 3 Parker st, 
Forbes, Andrew, shipwright, 4 Craig street 

Forbes & Christie, sack manufacturers and packers, 80 Victoria road 
Forbes, David, grocer and spirit merchant, 20 Hospital wynd ; h. 30 
Forbes, Elizabeth, milliner, 143 Blackscroft 

FORBES, JAMES, teacher of music, and pianotuner, 5 William st. ^eeAdv. 
Forbes, James, millmanager, Seabraes Mill ; h. 6 Perth road 
Forbes, James, porter, 22 Blackscroft 

Forbes, James, clerk. Bank of Scotland ; h. Balbirnie ter. , Victoria road 
Forbes, John, mechanic, 12 Benvie road 

Forbes, John H., of Forbes & Christie, Parkview terrace, 10 Forfar road 
Forbes, John, mechanic, 51 Lochee road 
Forbes, John, clerk, 8 St Andrew's street 
Forbes, John M, , enginefitter, 6 Balfour street 

Forbes, Jonathan, of Baxter & Forbes, 3 Taymouth ter., Broughty Ferry 
Forbes, Margaret, tobacconist and stationer, 13^ Mains road 
Forbes, Matthew, 3 Cleghorn street 
Forbes, Peter, grocer, 15 Arthur street 
i Forbes, Peter, fishei'man, 25 South Lindsay street 
Forbes, R. S. , surveyor of taxes and land valixation assessor, 29 Bank 

street ; h. 11 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Forbes, Stewart, porter, 9 Harriet street 

Forbes, Thomas, fish and egg mercht., 118 Victoria rd. ; li. 6 Lamb's lane 
Forbes, William, riveter, 23 Princes street 
Forbes, William, fireman, 24 Ai'thur street 
Forbes, William, engineer, 33 Victoria street 
Forbes, Mrs Isabella, confectioner, 262 Hawkhill 
Forbes, Mrs William, broker, 5 Strathmartine road 
Forbes, Mrs, 8 St Andrew's street 
Forbes, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 9 Brown Constable street 
Forbes, Mrs, greengrocer, 42 Watson street 
Ford, John, painter, 68 Caldrum street 


Ford, Jolin, porter, 51 William street, Forebank 

Ford, John, vanman, 3 North Church street 

Ford, William, ironmoulder, 62 Ann street 

Ford, William, engineer, 94 Nethergate 

Fordyce, Miss, 3 Gowrie place 

Forebank Dye Works, Victoria road ; James Stevenson & Co. , dyers 

Foreman, James, clerk, 131 Blackscroft 

Foreman, John, grocer, 210 Hilltown ; h. 15 Stirling street 

Foreman, William, labourer, 30 Main street 

Foreman, William, shore porter, 60 Lilybank road 

Forfarshire 1st Artillery Volunteer Corps ; headquarters office, i 

Commercial street 
Forfarshire 1st Rifle Volunteers ; headquarters, Drill hall 
Forfarshire 3d Rifle Volunteers ; headquarters, Drill hall 
Forgan, Thomas, railway guard, 33 Peddie street 
Forgan, William, railway guard, 10 West Dock street 
Forrest, Alexander, miller, Dundee Flour Mills ; h. East Dock street 
Forrest, Alexander, preserved meat manufacturer, 16 Paterson st.; h. 
Forrest, James, porter, 71 Albert street 
Forrest, John, sawyer, 7 Kirk entry 
Forrest, Simon, retired teacher, 5 Gowrie place 
Forrest, William, ironmoulder, 25 Robertson street 
Forrester, Alex., & Son, bakers, 115 and 1 17 Nethergate, and 5 Cowgat 
Forrester, Christopher, of Alexander Forrester & Son, 119 Nethergate 
Forrester, David, waste mercht. , 16 Cotton rd ; h. Morton's sq. , Wellgat 
Forrester, David, seaman, 7 Yeaman shore 
Forrester, Isabella, greengrocer, 193 Victoria road 
Forrester, James, overseer, 2 Gardner's lane 
Forrester, Jessie, confectioner, 4 Shepherd's loan 
Forrester, William H., joiner, 17 Hill street 
Forrester, William, blacksmith, 93 King street 
Forrester, Mrs Janet, chinadealer, 133 Rosebank street 
Forsyth, Alexander, clerk, 51 Victoria street 
Forsyth, James, solicitor's clerk, 20^ Thomson street 
Forsyth, John, commission and insurance agent, 62 Commercial street 

h. 5 Collingw^ood terrace, Barnhill 
Forsyth, John C. , patternmaker, 44 Seafield road 
Forsyth, John, sen., 51 Victoria street 
Forsyth, John, jun., ironturner, 51 Victoria street 
Forsyth, Thomas, tenter, 81 Hospital wynd 
Forsyth, Mrs, spirit merchant, 151 Overgate ; h. 225 
Forwell, William, baker, 146 Hilltown ; h. 150 
Foster, George, venetianblind-maker, 11 Annfield row 
Foster, Rev. Jonathan A., Victoria Road Wesleyan Church; A.Rosslyn 

house, Provost road 
Fotheringham, Andrew, dresser, 12 Kinloch street 
Fotheringham, Peter, mason, 46 Kemback street 
Fotheringham, William, joiner, 8 Smellie's lane 
Foulis, Patrick, wine and spirit merchant, 136 Victoria road ; h. Victoria 

crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 
FOWLER & DUFFUS, frenchpolishers, 35 Cowgate. See Adv. 


I i Fowler, James, potato merchant, 38 Lochee road ; h. Gateside, Newtyle 
1 : Fowler, James, of Fowler & Duffus, 3 Glebe street 

Fowler, James, clerk, 4 Reid street 

Fowler, Mrs, 4 Ashton place 

Fox, Charles, overseer, 44 Balgay street 
; Fox, Robert, milliner, 56 Wellgate ; /;. 7 Garland 23lace 

Fox, Robert, ironmonger and hai-dware mercht. , 116 Victoria road; h. 120 

Fraenkl, Victor, of Jaffe Brothers & Co., Osborne villa, 77 Magdalen green 
I i FRAIN, WILLIAM, & SON, china and glass merchants, 11, 17, and 19 Castle 

Iji street. See Adv. 
I Frain, William, sen. , of William Frain & Son, Tay view ter. , E. Newport 
'! Frain, William, jun., of William Frain & Son, Tay view ter., E. Newport 

Francis, Samuel, umbrellamaker, 83 Victoria road 

Fraser, Alexander, carver and gilder, 19 Albert square; h. Victoria cres. 

Fraser, Alexander, joiner, 72 Bell street ; h. 28 St Mary's place 

Fraser, Alex., tailor and clothier, 17 N. Wellington st. ; A. 8 Alexander st, 

Fraser, Alexander, grocer, 24 Hospital wynd 

Fraser, Alexander, inspector, 63 Ure street 

Fraser, Alexander, shoemaker, 145 Perth road 

Fraser, Alexander, police constable, 159 Ann street 
,' Fraser, Alexander, currier, 8 Charles street 

Fraser, Alexander, engineer, 35 Arbroath road 

Fraser, Alexander, jun., mason, 36 William street 

Fraser, Alexander, tenter, 2 Westfield place 

Fraser, Alexander J. , teller. Royal Bank, Westport ; k. 15 Washington 
buildings, Peddie street 

Fraser, Andrew, railway guard, 61 Crescent street 

Fraser, Charles, flax inspector, 7 Ellen street 

Fraser, David, powerloom tenter, 55 Alexander street 

Fraser, Donald, coal merchant and sackmaker, 22 Barrack st. ; h. BarnhiU 

Fraser, Donald, auctioneer, 44 Overgate ; h. Salem street 

Fraser, Donald, packer, 100 Caldrum street 

Fraser, D. , 63 Gellatly street 

Fraser, Geo. B. , commis. mer. , 1 Commercial st. ; h. Victoria house,Tayport 

Fraser, Geo. , wholesale fruit and potato mer. , 5 Murraygate ; h. Stirlingpk. 
I! Fraser, George, of Thomson & Fraser, 2 Shore terrace 

Fraser, George, blacksmith, 138 Murraygate 

Fraser, George, joiner, 8 Peddie street 

Fraser, James, curio collector, 123 Nethergate ; h. 13 Westfield lane 

Fraser, James C. , of D. Frazer & Son, 6 Alexander street 

Fraser, James, of Mann & Fraser, 27 Victoria road 

Fraser, James, police constable, 161 Ovei'gate 

Fraser, James, joiner, 18 Caldrum street 

Fraser, John, designer and printer for embroidery, 53 Nethergate ; h. 55 
( Fraser, John, ticketwriter and picturefr.mkr., 48 Barrack st. ; A. 91 Seagate 
1; Fraser, John S., artist, 12 Queen street, Edinburgh ; h. 13 Westfield lane 
|i! Fraser, John K. , clerk. Masonic place, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
i Fraser, John, pictureframe-maker, 54 Blackscroft 
' Fraser, John, mechanic, 229 Hilltown 

Fraser, .John, moulder, 36 Dundonald street 

Fraser, Margaret, teacher, 40 Park wynd ; ^, 19 Polepark road 


Eraser, Peter, corkcutter, 47 Cowgate; h. 5 Kinloch street 

Eraser, Simon G. , of Rough & Eraser, 2 Bruce street 

Eraser, Thomas, laookseller, 30 King street ; h. 25 Stirling street 

Eraser, Thos. , gamedealer, hay, straw, and potato merchant, 236 Perth r 

Eraser, T. H., district inspector, Edinburgh Life Assurance Co., it 

Commercial street ; h. Woodriffe terrace, Newport 
Eraser, William, insurance agent, 26 Alexander street 
Eraser, William, turnkey, 2 East Henderson's wynd 
Eraser, William, calenderer, 22 Elizabeth street 
Eraser, Mrs A. , garden seed merchant, 12 Arbroath road 
Eraser, Mrs Jane, spiritdealer, 15 Princes street ; h. 28 Todburn lane 
Eraser, Mrs Thomas, manglekeeper, 6 Kinnaird street 
Eraser, Mrs, grocer, 9 Alexander street 
Eraser, Mrs, manglekeeper, 5 Cherryfield lane 

Eraser, Miss E., baker, 181 Overgate ; h. Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhil 
Erazer, David, of D. Erazer & Son, 201 Hilltown 
Frazer, D., & Son, joiners, shuttle and picker makers, 201 Hilltown 
Erazer, John, clothier and outfitter, 88 High street 
Erazer, Miss Ann, grocer, 138 Hawkhill ; h. Kinloch pi., 105 Hawkhil 
Erazer, Miss, of Robertson & Erazer, 7 Lyon street 
Eree Library, Museum, and Picture Gallery, Albert square ; John Ma( ■ 

lauchlan, librarian and curator 
Ereir, James, confectioner, 13 Mid street 

Erench, George, coal merchant, 22 Isles' lane ; A. 19 Blackness street 
Erench, George, property master. Theatre Royal ; h. 17 Crichton stre^ 
Eriedheim, Otto, of F. Rosenstern & Co., 1 Viewforth street 
Eriedlander, Edward, of Lipman & Co. , 1 Grosvenor ter. , Perth road 
Friedman, Barnett, pictureframe maker, 7 Hunter st. ; h. 123 Victoria n , 
Friedman, Lewis, wholesale pictureframe manufac. , 42 Victoria rd. ; h. 12 P, 
EuUerton, James, merchant, 51 Meadowside; /t. 15 Magdalen Yard roa b 
Furlong, Rev. Thomas F., St Joseph's R.C. Church; h. Wilkie's lane 
Eyall, Andrew, carpenter, 29 Hill street 
Fyall, Mrs, 2 M 'Vicar's lane 
Fyfe, A. Morrison, & Co., marblecutters, flooring, wall, and hearth tile;^, 

and monumental sculptors, 28 Commercial street 
Fyfe, Archibald M., of A. Morrison Fyfe & Co., 4 Hermitage terraci.t 

JBroughty Ferry 
Fyfe, Charles, carpenter, 63 Victoria road 
Fyfe, Charles, grocer, 109 Princes street 

Fyfe, George T. , fish and poultry dealer, 191 Princes street ; h. 185 
Fyfe, James, of Scott & Fyfe, Woodbank, Tayport [ 

Fyfe, James, stationer and tobacconist, 34 Lilybank road ; h. 3 Glebe st 
Fyfe, James, harbour porter, 47 Albert street 
Fyfe, John, grocer's assistant, 32 Princes street 
Fyfe, Robert, clerk, 46 Lilybank road 
Fyfe, William, carpenter, 22 Peter street 
Fyfe, William L. , mechanic, 8 North Ellen street 
Fyfe, Mrs John, 5 Melrose terrace, Clepington 
Fyfe, Mrs James, 3 Viewforth place 
Fyfe, Mrs William C, 3 Windsor terrace 
Fyfe, Mrs, dresscutter and mantlemaker, Arcade buildings, King stref s 



?yffe, Andrew, stationer and ironmonger, 162 Ann street 
?yfFe, David, of Tay Shipbuilding Co., 82 High street 
^jffe, George, warehouseman, 46 Lilybank road 

?yffe, James, plumber, brassfounder, gasfitter, tinsmith, and zincworker, 
95 Nethergate ; branch, 1 1 High st. , Newport ; h. 63 Constitution rd. 
Pyffe, John, wine and spirit mercht. , 58 Strathmartine rd. ; A. 4 Russell st. 
Fyffe, John W., & Co., slaters, 14 Bank street 
Fyffe, John W., of John Fyffe & Co., 12 Bank street 
Fyife, John, confectioner, 33| Rosebank street 
Fyffe, Joseph, shoemaker, 86 Annfield road 
FyfFe, Mary, stationer, 96 Rosebank street 
i'yffe, Peter, general dealer, 214 Lochee road 
fyfFe, Richard, milloverseer, 44 Hill street 

i'yffe, William, slater, 30 Blackness road ; h.l North Lindsay street 
i'yffe, William, clerk, Camperdown Ship Yard ; h. 36 Ferry road 
i'yffe, Mrs James, 16 Bank street 

Jabriel, James, carter, 30 Annfield row 

Jaertner, Hans, music teacher, 74 Commercial st.; h. 2 Castle st., B. Ferry 

Jaffney, Lawrence, police constable, 233 Hilltown 

iahan, Thomas, photographer, 1 Dallfield walk 

jaim, John, shoemaker, 42 Blackscroft ; h. 63 

Jalbraith, Jolin, bookseller, 23 St Peter street 

jalbraith, William, cashier, 107 Commercial street ; h. 9 Ward road 

Grail, James, gardener, 34 Small's wynd 

lall, John, commercial traveller, 119 J Hilltown 

|jall, Mrs William, 14 Graham place 

iJallacher, James, factory overseer, 110 Victoria road 

zallacher, John, general dealer, 72 Hilltown 

■Jallacher, Peter, grocer, 6 William street. King street 

jxallacher, William, chimneysweeper, 41 Blackscroft 

Ixallettia, Frederick, hairdresser, 140 Overgate ; A. 138 

galloway, Archibald, assurance agent, 52 Watson street 

lialloway Brothers, chemists, 123 Hilltown 

flalloway, David, cooper, 36 Tindal's wynd ; A. 29 Strathmartine road 

Ualloway, David, mechanic, 76 Blackscroft 

Galloway, Edward B., cooper, 133 Princes street 

jlalloway, George, engineer, 37 Step row 

JalloWay, James, superintendent of collector's. Arcade buildings. King st. 

5alloway, James, spiritdealer, 129 Princes street ; A. 98 

Jalloway, John, ironmonger, tinsmith, plumber, and gasfitter, 237 and 

239 Hilltown ; A, Cluny cottage, Clepington road 
jalloway, John, baker, 2 Isles' lane 
Gralloway, John, seaman, 100 Annfield road 

Jalloway, Robert, coaldealer, 15 and 17 Park street ; A. 29 Ash lane 
lalloway, William, M. A. , Ph. Dr. , physician and surgeon, 32 South Tay st. 
j-alloway, Wm., grocer, wine and spirit mer., 5 Balgay st. ; A. 2 Blyth pi. 
jalloway, Mrs, grocer, 182 Seagate 
jalloway, Mrs, 23 Queen street 
jalloway, Miss, 2 Windsor terrace 
jalt, John, missionary and teacher to the blind ; A. 18 Speed's terrace 



Gamble, Robert, cowfeecler, 119 Rosebank street; h. 121 

Gamble, Samuel, police sergeant, 144 Princes street 

Gambly, William, tenter, 12 Catherine street 

Gandy, Maurice (Liverpool ), patentee and manufacturer of cotton belti: g ;( 

agents, Alexander Ogih'y & Sons, 20 Panmure street 
Garden Works, Benvie road ; Wm. Cleghom, spinner and manufactu er 
Gardiner, Alexander, moulder, 58 Nethergate 
Gardiner, James, blacksmith, 36 Victoria road 
Gardiner, John, blacksmith, 13 Blackheath place 
Gardiner, Wm. G., wine and spirit mer., 49 Westport; h. 5 Brown e , 
Gardiner, William, milloverseer, 22 Hunter street 
Gardiner, William, moulder, 9 M'Gill street 
Gardiner, Mrs A., manglekeeper, 26 Dudhope street 
Gardiner, Mrs Mary, 2 Ness street 

Gardner, Robert, of Anderson, Gardner, & Hepburn, 9 Maryfield ter 
Gardyne, James, 3 Stanley place. Step row 
Garland, John, shoemaker, 9 Rosefield street 
Garland, Miss, 1 Blackness terrace, Perth road 
Garrie, James, grocer and provision merchant, 129 Rosebank st. ; h. ] \%, 
Garrie, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 31 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Watt str ei 
Garriock, Lewis F. N., of Berry, Shetland, Seafield house, Magda 

Yard road, and Gibblestone house, Scalloway 
Garry, Christopher, bottler, 38 Commercial street, Maxwelltown ; hj^% 
Garthley, John, shipmaster, 6 Park terrace 
Garthley, M. R., grocer, 53 Rosebank street 
Garvie, Charles, carter, 17 Union place, Perth road 
Garvie & Farquharson, joiners, 46 Balgay street 
Garvie, George, joiner, 8 Rosefield street 
Garvie, James, of Garvie & Farquharson, 21 Balgay street 
Garvie, John, gardener, 189 Blackness road 
Garvie, Mrs, confectioner, 11a Victoria street 
Garvie, Mrs, 27 Wolseley street 

Gas Commissioners' Office, 16 Meadowside ; James Matthew, treasures 
Gauld, Archibald, sackmaker, 65 Cowgate ; h. 48 Victoria road 
GAULD & LABURN, slaters and slate merchts. , 6 1 Constitution rd . See A I 
Gauld, William, sen., of Gauld & Laburn, 6 Garland place 
Gauld, William, jun., teller. Bank of Scotland ; h. 6 Garland place 
Gauld, Mrs Helen, lodgings, 25 Nethergate 

Gavine, Alex., wine and spirit merchant, 1 Dock st. ; h. 7 S. Union 
Gavine, Jane M., of J. M. & M. Gavine, 146 Murraygate 
Gavine, John, blacksmith, 10 Dens brae | 

Gavine, J. M. & M., pawnbrokers, 146 Murraygate 
Gavine, Mary, of J. M. & M. Gavine, 146 Murraygate 
Gavine, Mrs James, manglekeeper, 15 North Wellington street 
Geake, Henry, pianoforte tuner, 142 Perth road 

Geddes, Alexander, wood merchant. East Dock st. ; h. 1 Kemback st 
Geddes, Daniel B., of D. Geddes & Son, 21 Miller's wynd 
Geddes, David, of D. Geddes & Son, 21 Miller's wynd 
Geddes, D., & Son, saddlers, 168 Perth road 
Geddes, James, agent, 79 Commercial street ; h. 1 Gowrie place 
Geddes, John C., draper, 73 Wellgate ; h. 1 Kemback street 



I Geddes, John, gardener, 28 Watson's lane 
Geddes, William, clerk, 1 1 Roslin terrace 

Geddie, William, carpenter, Watson terrace, 56 Watson street 
Geekie, Alexander, carpenter, 2 Melrose terrace 
Geekie, Allan, mechanic, 28 Kincardine street 
-Geekie, David, blacksmith, 98 Blackscroft 
Geekie, James, hairdresser, 86 Hilltown ; h. 65 Milnbank road 
Geekie, John, engineer, 80 Ure street 
Geekie, John, mechanic, 143 Lochee road 

Geekie, John, jun., patternmaker, Anderson's entry, 172 Hawkhill 
Geekie, William, grain and potato merchant, 77 Princes street 
Geekie, William, carter, 25 Mains loan 
Geekie, William, spiritdealer's assistant, 14 Ogilvie's road 
, Geekie, William, mechanic, 15 Rosefield street 
Geekie, Mrs, grocer, 36 Back street ; h. 34 
Geekie, Miss C., draper, 78 Ure street ; h. 80 
: Gellatly, Alexander, mechanic, 9 Derby street 
Gellatly, Alexander, blacksmith, 4 Springhill place. Ferry road 
Gellatly, Alexander, bookbinder, 35 North Wellington street 
Gellatly, David, comm. merchant, 123 Murraygate ; h. Barnhill, B. Ferry 
Gellatly, EUen, confectioner, 77 Hilltown ; h. 88 Strathmartine road 
Gellatly, James, butcher, 16 Hawkhill ; h. 18 Kincardine street 
Gellatly, James, tenter, 35 North Wellington street 
Gellatly, John, coachpainter, 191 Hilltown ; h. 72 
Gellatly, John, mason, 35 North Ellen street 
Gellatly, Robert, clerk, 10 Lawrence street 
Giellatly, Thomas, tinsmith and gasfitter, 30 Caldrum street 
Gellatly, Wm., & Co., linseed crushers, oilcake manufacturers, and oil 

refiners,Tay Seed and OilWorks,Stannergate;q^ce, 4 Rl. Exchange pi. 
Gellatly, William, of Wm. Gellatly & Co. , merchant, 4 Royal Exchange 

place ; h. 6 Fintry place, Broughty Ferry 
Gellatly, William, auctioneer and valuator, Gladstone ter. ; 166 Perth rd, 
Giellatly, William, chimneysweeper, 77 Overgate 
Gellatly, William M., blacksmith, 5 Miller's wynd 
Gellatly, Mrs Janet, 11 Balfour street 
Gelson, James, cabinetmaker, 72 Princes street 
Gemmell, David, clerk of works, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
Gemmell, Samuel, photographer, 7 Fish street 
GENERAL Life and Fire Assurance Co., 33 Dock street ; W. Buchan 

Ritchie, district agent. See Adv. 
Gentle, James, builder, 62 Commercial street ; A. 22 Springfield 
Gentle, William, printer, 51 Overgate ; h, 12 Garland place 
(George, Rev. James, Wishart U.P. Church ; h. 9 Nelson street 
George, Stewart, joiner, 9 St Peter street 
George, Mrs, 3 Cleghom street 
German Club, 36 Victoria road 

German Empire, Consul for — Hermann Quosbarth, 46 Castle street 
Gethins, Owen, grocer's assistant, 45 Lilybank road 
Gethins, Peter, confectioner, 17 Middle street 
Gethins, Mrs Alice, grocer and spiritdealer, 30 West Henderson's wynd 

h. 1 East Milne's wynd 


Getliins, Mrs Owen, & Co,, grocer and spiritdealer, 8 Middle strelt; 

h. 45 Lilybank road j 

Gibb, David, flax mercliant, 16 William st., Kingst,; li. 10 
Gibb, Elizabeth, manglekeeper, 43 North Church street 
Gibb, E. G., factory manager, Maxwelltown Wks. ; /i.Tay view, Mains Ic m 
Gibb, Geo., yarn and waste merchant, 22 Rosebank st. ; h. Forebankt 
Gibb, James, photographer, 51 Victoria street; h. 26 
Gibb, John, lapper, 10 Graham place 
Gibb, John, engineer, 19 Thomson street 
Gibb, Mary J. , teacher, St Martin's School, Derby street ; h. Camp :- ;■ 

down cottage, Broughty Ferry 
Gibb, William, postmaster, General Post Office ; h. 14 Airlie place 
Gibb, William, L.R.C.S.E., medical practitioner, 14 Airlie place 
Gibb, William, patternmaker, Kintore place, 61 Watson street 
Gibb, Mrs James, 10 Wellington street 
Gibb, Mrs William, 87^ Blackscroft 
Gibson, Alex., gi-ain and meal mei'chant, 11 Mains rd. ; h. 37 Stirling i. 
Gibson, Alexander, tailor, 65 Commercial street 
Gibson, Alexander, labourer, 33 Stirling street 
Gibson, Alfred, traveller, 2 Dallfield terrace 
Gibson, Andrew, upholsterer, 25 Kinloch street 
Gibson, Andrew, plasterer, 14 Wolseley street 
Gibson, Daniel, painter, 1 Littlejohn street 
Gibson, David, of O'Kane & Gibson, 78 Princes street 
Gibson, David, warehouseman, 5 Parker street 
Gibson, James, washingboard maker, 3|- Baxter street; h. 4i2 Balgay ibj; 
Gibson, James, earthenware dealer, 85 Milnbank road ; h. 19 Blyth si 
Gibson, James S., mason, 98 Princes street 

Gibson, James, 2 Ness street i 

Gibson, John H., flax, hemp, and jute merchant, 3 Royal Exchanjt' 

court ; /(. The Grove, Broughty Ferry 
Gibson, John, warehouseman, 35 St Salvador street 
Gibson, John, irondresser, 20 William street, Forebank 
Gibson, Joseph, & Co., marine insurance brokers, Calcutta building 3 

Commercial street 
Gibson, Joseph, of Joseph Gibson & Co., average adjuster, Calcutta bur ;) 

ings. Commercial street ; h. Ellislea, West Ferry 
Gibson, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 122 Overgate ; h. 103 
Gibson, Robert M., F.C. missionary. Honey's road 
Gibson, Robert, evangelist, 3 Parker street 
Gibson, Robertson, & Co., jute spinners and manufacturers, Craig: 

Works, Robertson street 
Gibson, Thos., stationer and fancy goods mer. , 177 Scouringburn ; A.17' 
Gibson, Thomas, of Martin & Gibson, 3 Crescent street 
Gibson, William, of Gibson, Robertson, & Co., Invertay, West Ferry 
Gibson, Wm., jun., of Gibson, Robertson, & Co., Invertay, West Fer 
Gibson, William, goods receiver, 29 Hilltown 
Gibson, William, late shoemaker, 18 Albert street 
Gibson, Mrs, 332 Perth road 

Gibson, Miss A , confectioner, 168 Ann street ; h. 157 
Gibson, Miss A. K. , confectioner, 36 Ann street 



Jibson, Miss J, E. , dressmaker, 58 Crescent laue 

jrilbert, Edward, manager and secretary, D. & A. Joint Railway, 65 
Commercial street ; /t. Carphin, Broughty Ferry 
ilbert, Joseph, cabinetmaker, 149 Blackness road 

Grilchrist, Alexander, machine merchant, Pitfour street, and Park Mill, 
Douglas street ; h. Tay terrace. East Newport 

Gilchrist, Henry, commission agent, 10 Shore terrace ; /t. 11 Nelson st. 

Grilchrist, James, fireman, 40 Hillbank road 

Grilchrist, Jane, dressmaker, 11 Balfour street 

Gilchrist, Mackie, labourer, 1 Mitchell street 

Gilchrist, Mrs Jemima, teacher, 13 St Peter street 

Gilchrist, Mrs Margaret, 6 Morrison's court, Wellgate 

Gildea, Robert, H.M. Customs ; h. Lower crescent, 93 Magdalen green 

Gilgour, Mary, teacher, S. Salvador's Girls School, Union street, 
Maxwelltown ; /i. 1 Forebank terrace 

Gilkison, Samuel, grocer, 17 Cotton road 

Gill, David, joiner, 2 Hillbank road 

Gill, William, insurance agent, 16 Annfield street 

Gillan, James, vanman, 200 Perth road 

Gillan, John L., spiritdealer, 151 Scouringburn ; h. 149 

Gillan, John, tailor, 107 Blackscroft 

Gillan & Norrie, tin and copper smiths, and plumbers, 58 Cotton road 

Gillan, Peter, of Gillan & Norrie, 16 Court street 

Gillan, Mrs, 2 Arthur street 

Gillanders, John, family victualler, wine and spirit merchant, 57 Over- 
gate and 119 Blackscroft ; wholesale ham and bacon department, 
164 Ovei'gate ; h. 7 Craigie terrace 

Gillanders, Robert, grocer, 26 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Gillespie, Erskine, shoemaker, 185 Victoria road 

Gillespie, Hay, housepainter and decorator, 67 Seagate 

Gillespie, James, mechanic, 38 Kincardine street 

Gillespie, James, currier, 13 Mid street 

Gillespie, John S., watchmaker and jeweller, 6 Overgate ; h. 13 Mid st. 

Gillespie, William, overseer, 1 Balgay street 

Gillibrand, Rev. Joseph, St John's Reformed Church of England ; A. 
Gowanbank, Lochee road 

Gillies, Alexander, bootmaker, 86 Scouringburn ; h. 134 Blackness road 

Gillies, Charles, shipcarpenter, 23 Charles street 

Gillies, J. W. , of Jas. Spence & Co. , 4 Erskine terrace, Clepington road 

Gillies, Mary Ann, milliner, 24 Albert st. ; h. Magdalen pi. . Clepington rd. 

Gillies, Robert, machinist, 57 Main street 

Gillies, R. J., cloth inspector, 56 James street 

Gillon, Isabella, dressmaker, 123 Murray gate 

Gilmour, Alexander, contractor and stevedore, 15 Exchange street 

Gilray, Thomas, M.A., F.R.S.E., professor of English literature. Uni- 
versity College ; h. 8 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Gilroy, Alexander, merchant, 10 Victoria road ; /;. Craigie house 

Gilroy, A. Bruce, of Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Castleroy, Broughty Ferry 

Gilroy, George, of Gilroy, Sons, & Co, , Castleroy, Broughty Ferry 

Gilroy, George, jun., & Co., jute manufacturers and merchants, Scott 
Street Linen Works 


Gilroy, George, jun., of George Gilroy, jun., & Co., 21 Windsor street 
Gilroy, George A. , of Gilroy, Sons, & Co. , Castleroy, Broughty Ferry 
Gilroy, Sons, & Co. , merchants, spinners, manufacturers, and shipowner , 

Tay Works ; office, 1 Lochee road 
Gilruth, Alexander, grocer and spirit merchant, 16 Commercial stree 

Maxwelltown ; h. 223 Hilltown 
Gilruth, George, wine merchant, 1 Glamis street ; It. 88 Rosebank stree 
Gilruth, Mrs John, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Gird wood, Geo., engraver, lithographer, printer, and mercantile statione; 

70 and 74 Commercial street 
Girrity, Peter, contractor, 1 Lowden's alley 
Glass, Alexander, 17 St Andrew's street 
Glass, Alexander, shipmaster, 43 Constitution road 
Glass, Andrew, coffeehouse keeper, 9^ Ann street 
Glass, Andrew H. clerk, Burns cottage, Mains loan 
Glass, Andrew, joiner, 12 Garland place 

Glass, Andrew P. B., organist, Lochee Parish Church ; h. 12 Garland p 
Glass, Charles C. , of Anderson & Glass, North street, St Andrews 
Glass, George, Burns cottage, Mains loan 
Glass, James, teacher of writing, arithmetic, and bookkeeping, Higl 

School ; h. 2 Tay Street lane 
Glass, Miss, dressmaker, 200 Blackness road 

Glass, Miss, dressmaker, 21 Cotton road 

Glass, Miss E., general drapery, 1 Fyffe street 

Glassey, Mrs, broker, 266 Hawkhill : h. 35 St Peter street 

GLENBURN HYDROPATHIC, Rothesay ; Dr Philip, resident physician 
See Adv. 

Glenday, John P., tailor and clothier, 121 Victoria road 

Glenhobnes, Samuel, traveller, 18 Dura street 

Glennie, Donald Gordon, teller. Union Bank ; h. 1 Viewforth place 

Gloag, Alexander, clerk, 4 West Dock street 

Gloag, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant, 106 Dura st. ; h. 4 Mains loar 

Gloag, Charles C, wine and spirit merchant, 149 Ann street ; h. Gibsoi 
terrace. Mains loan 

Gloag, David, shipmaster, 7 Victoria street 

Gloag, William B., joiner, 34 Watson street 

Godfrey, C. T., merchant, 73 Cowgate ; h. 4 Invermark ter., Barnhill 

Gold, David, cowfeeder, 277 Hawkhill 

Gold, William, bootmaker, 260 Hawkhill 

Gold, Mrs, manglekeeper. Thorn place, 241 Blackness road 

Golden, Hercules, coffeehouse keeper, 25 Princes street ; h. 23 

Golden, Mrs, grocer, 101 Lochee road 

Goldie, David, sailmaker, 38 Mid wynd 

Gollan, George, painter, 10 Kincardine street 

GONNELLA, JOSEPH, figuremaker, and importer of Italian sculpture, 81 
Nethergate ; h. 120 Perth road. See Adv. 

Good, Henry, joiner, 12 North Erskine street 

Goodall, James, mechanic, 3 Annfield street 

Goodall, William, brassfinisher, 18 Bell Street lane 

Goodlet, Isabella, dressmaker, 34 Polepark road 

Goodwin, James, tenter, 15 Blyth street 









;'reet| Grordon, Adam, joinei', 1 Melrose terrace 

Wj I JGordon, Boswell, foreman blacksmith, 2 High street 

Gordon Brothers & Co. , corn merchants ; office, Calcutta buildings ; store, 

9 and 11 Brown street 
Gordon, Charles, mechanic, 5 Hill street 

Gordon, David T. , manufacturer, Ogilvie street ; h. 6 Buckingham ter. 
Gordon, David, insurance agent, 50 Dallfield walk 
Gordon, David, bootmaker, 58 Wellgate ; h. 4 Morrison's court 
Gordon, Donald, grain merchant, 22 Victoria street 
Gordon, Henry H. , of J. & H. Gordon, Foxmount, Broughty Ferry 
Gordon, James, of Gordon Brothers & Co., Sylvan house, Newport 
Gordon, James, house factor, 3 Barrack street ; h. 30 Caldrum street 
Gordon, James, millmanager, ToUbank cottage, Lochee road 
Gordon, James, blacksmith, 68 Constable street 
Gordon, James, bookseller, 40 Hawkhill 
Gordon, John, grocer, 6 Dura street ; h. 8 

ijp;! Gordon, John, jun., merchant, Buchanan Works ; h. 7 Buckingham ter. 
i "Gordon, John L., of J. & H. Goi-don, Ashludie, Monifieth 
Gordon, J. & H., jute spinners and manufacturers, Anchor and Douglas 

H;] Works, Anchor lane 

Gordon, Peter, grocer, 35 Caldrum street ; h. 37 

Gordon, Robert, plumber, 5 Foundry lane ; h. 3^ Blackscroft 

Gordon, Robert, fishmonger, 6 Crichton street ; A. 23 Step row 

Gordon, William, merchant, 3R1. Exchange court; h. Guardbridge, Fife 

Gordon, William J., solicitor, 12 Meadowside; h. Foxmount, B. Ferry 

Gordon, William, cowfeeder, Clepington road 

Gordon, William, labourer, 6 Hilibank road 

Gordon, Mrs Mary, ladies' nurse, 59 Wellgate 

Gorman, James, coal merchant, 12 Bellfield lane ; h. 148 Scouringbum 

Gorrie, James, firewood dealer, 49 Forebank road ; /*. 29 Balgay street 

Gorrie, John, calenderworker, 28 Victoria street 

Gorrie, Peter, L.D.S., F.P.S.G., dental surgeon, 148 Nethergate 

Gorrie, Richard, wine and spirit mer , 34 Castle st; h. 17 Crichton st. 

Gorrie, William, minister. Catholic Apostolic Church ; h. 26 Dallfield ter. 

Gorrie, Mrs David, 46 Peddie street 

Goudie, Henry, foreman shipwright, 28 Ferry road 

Gouick, John, traveller, 13 Victoria street 

Gouk, Wm. , sheriff-officer and auctioneer, 3 Barrack st. ; h. 9 Ellen st. 

Gouk, Wm. N. , clerk, 9 South Ellen street 

Gouk, Mrs Jane, & Co., furnishings, 22 Arbroath road 

Gourlay Brothers & Co., engineers and shipbuilders, Dundee Foundry, 

East Dock street, and Camperdown Ship Yard 
Gourlay, Frank, boilermaker, 34 Cotton road 
Gourlay, Gershom, of Gourlay Brothers & Co., 10 Drumsheugh Gardens, 

Gourlay, Henry Garrett, of Gourlay Brothers & Co., Rowanlea, B. Ferry 
Gourlay, Henry, of Gourlay Brothers & Co., Balgay house 
Gourlay, Jane, draper, 79 Ure street 
Gourlay, Thomas, sheriff- oiiicer, 10 High street ; A. Victoria terrace, 

Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 
Gourlay, Mrs Elizabeth, grocer and spiritdealer, 87 Blackscroft 


Gove, Mrs, draper, 21 Wolseley street 

Gow, Alexander, mason, 65 Arbroath road 

Gow, Charles, calender overseer. Verdant Works ; li. 59 Millbank roa 

Gow, George R., of John R. Gow & Sons, 14 Union street 

Gow, James, painter, Livingstone place, Lochee road 

Gow, James, grocer and wine merchant, 28 Albert st. ; h. 10 S. George s 

Gow, James, upholsterer, 16 Lawson place 

Gow, John R., & Sons, gun, fishing rod and tackle makers, 12 Union st 

Gow, John, ironturner, 135 Blackscroft 

Gow, John, vandriver, 92 Overgate 

Gow, John, ironturner, 45 Annfield road 

Gow, Robert, of John R. Gow & Sons, 2 Craig street 

Gow, Robert, cabinetmaker, 34 North Church street 

Gow, William, general dealer, 5 John street 

Gow, William, grocer's assistant, 76 Strathmartine road 

Gow, Mrs Charles, dairykeeper, 17 Temple lane ; A. 19 

Gow, Mrs G., dress and mantle maker, 17 North Wellington street 

Gow, Mrs Marjory, manglekeeper, 8 Bernard street 

Gowans & Buick, solicitors and notaries public, 32 Castle street 

Gowans, David, of Gowans & Buick, Leysmill, Arbroath 

Gowans, George, mechanic, 18 Paterson street 

Gowans, William, harbour porter, 4 St Matthew street 

Gowrie, John, plasterer, 8 Overgate 

Gracie, William P., Beaconsfield place, 120 Victoria road 

Gracie, William, grocer, 42 Catherine street ; /(. 44 

Grafton, Bernard, fishdealer, 8 Hawkhill 

Graham, Alexander, engineer, 17 Dallfield teiTace 

Graham, Charles, joiner, 35a St Peter street ; h. 224 Blackness road 

Graham, Charles, foreman lapper, 90 Dura street 

Graham, Francis, of Hunter & Graham, 10 Dallfield terrace 

Graham, George T., manufacturer, &c., 81 Murray gate; //.Shamrock st, 

Graham, George, joiner, 8 Tannadice street 

Graham, James, bookseller, 163 Overgate ; /*. Prospect ter. , E. Newpoi-t 

Graham, James, engineer, 15 Baffin street 

Graham, James, factory overseer, 10 Kinloch street 

Graham, Jessie, 3 Annfield road 

Graham, John, restaurateur, Dundee Arms, 31 High st. ; h. 36Nethergate 

Graham, John, bookseller, Bookstall, East Station ; h. 39 High street 1 iGi 

Graham, Peter, grocer, 217 Lochee rd. ; h. Eyehillcot., Union pi., Lochee 

Graham, Robert, bookseller, Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 

Graham, Robert, waiter, Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill |M ( 

Graham, Robert, labourer, 105 Princes street I ( 

Graham, William S., of M'Pherson & Graham, 6 Kinnaird street | ( 

Graham, William, clerk, 10 Peddie street 

Graham, William, coachman, 3 Mountpleasant, Hawkhill 

Graham, Mrs David, confectioner, 34 Peddie street 

Graham, Mrs Edward, 29 Balgay street 

Graham, Miss Janet, 53 Princes street 

Grahame, John, provision dealer, 30 Dudhope street ; h. 32 

Grandy, Miss E., dressmaker, 49 Small's wynd 

Grant, Alex. S. , grocer ajid spirit merchant, 26 Princes st. ; h. 13 Albert st 






(J rant 
( i rant 
(1 rant, 

Alexander, railway porter, 51 William street 

Anch-ew, butcher, 283 Hawkhill ; A. 14 Ford's lane 

B. ¥., millinery and babylinen warehouse, 100 Mui-raygate 

Rev. Chas. M. , M. A. , B.D. , St Mark's Estab. Church ; h. 9 Airlie pi. 

Charles, tenter, 2G Kidd street 

David, fruit and potato merchant, 7 and SDock st. ; A. 14Garland pi. 

Davi<l, tinsmith, 2 Hunter street 

Duncan, greengrocer, 24 Ann street ; h. 18 

Frederick, mechanic, 7 Rosefield street 

Hugh, joiner, IG William street. King street ; h. 82 Victoria rd. 

Hugh, agent for Wordie& Co. , 25 Dock st. ; h. Louise ter. ,W. I^'erry 

James, ropespinner, 3 Pemiycook lane 

James H. S. , clerk. Star Foundry ; h. 20 North Ellen street 

James, confectioner, 55 Locliee road 

.Tames, milloverseer, 24 Feddie street 

James, boot and shoe maker, 78 King street; h. 32 William street 

James, vanman, 250 I'erth road 

John (Jr., of Sturrock & Grant, 140 Perth road 

John, gardener, 96 Dudhope street 

John, grainmiller, Craigmills, Strathmartine 

John, mechanic, 22 St Mary's place 

Rev. Peter, D.D., St John's Estal). Church ; h. 140 Perth road 

Peter, coal merchant, 28 Ferry road 

Peter, basketnuiker, 7 Fleuchar street 

Peter, railway guard, 4() Seafield road 

Robert, carter, 8 Cotton road 

Thomas, market gardener, 1 1 Albert street ; k. Old Craigie 

William, butcher and cattledealer, 56 Westport ; h. Ill Hawkhill 

Wm. G. L. , accountant, 26 ( 'astle st. ; A. William st. , E. Newport 

William M'G., clerk, 31 Isles' lane 

William, bootmaker, 28 Cotton road 

William, gardener, Fernhall ; h. Fei'uhall cottage, Feny road 

Mrs A,, provision dealer, 27 Small's wynd 

Mrs Barbara, fruiterer and confectioner, 30 Dudhope Crescent rd. 

Mrs Charles, general dealer, 3 Greenmarket, and dairykeeper, 3 

Hawkhill and 75 Peddie street ; /i. 13 West Dock street 
(irant, Mrs Elizabeth, 4 Gowrie place 
(Jrant, Mrs H., manglekeepcr, 30 Jamaica street 

Grant, Mrs J., grocer and spiritdealer, 184 Hawkhill ; h. 26 Peddie st. 
Grant, Mrs Mary, 1 Gowrie place 

Grant, Miss A. S. , milliner, Manor pi. , 195 Perth road; h, 4 Gowrie pi. 
Grant, Miss Betsy, Thorn place, 233 Blackness road 
Grassick, James, fireman, 3 Scott street 
Grate, Mrs, dress and mantle maker, 26 Feri-y I'oad 
Gravill, Mrs, Salisbury place, 93 Arbroath road 
Gray, Alex. E., clerk to Dundee Harbour Trustees, Harbour Chambers ; 

h. Janefield cottage, Carnoustie 
Gray, Alexander, milloverseer, 35 Brown street 
Gray, Andrew, mat merchant, 53 Caldrum street ; h. 49 
Gray, Andrew, joiner, 11 Temple lane 
Gray, Andrew P, planemaker, Annan terrace, 19 Wellington street 


Gray, Catherine, 42 Seafield road 

Gray, Charles, coal, lime, cement, and fireclay goods merchant, 4( 

Candle lane ; h. 3 Rustic place 
Gray, David, fireman, 39 High street 
Gray, David J. Thomson, buyer for 0. Holdheim, 10 Victoria chambers 

h. 3 King's road 
Gray, David, wine merchant, 22 and 24 Polepark road ; Ji. Bellevu< 

cottage. West Newport 
Gray, David, provision warehouseman, 18 King's road 
GRAY & DICKSON, furnishing ironmongers, 98, 100, and 102 Commercia 

street. See Adv. 
Gray, George, Joiner, 32 Raglan street 
Gray, George, wood merchant, 8 Wallace street 
Gray, Henry, wine and spirit mercht. , 5 and 7 Hilltown ; /?. 15 Spriughil 
Gray, James M., of Gray & Martin, Taymouth villa, Carnoustie 
Gray, James, of J. & J. Gray, 20 Perth road 
Gray, James, watchmaker, 43 Overgate 
Gray, James A., clerk, Morton square, 31 Wellgate 
Gray, James, joiner and builder, 61 Hilltown ; /(. 82 Dudhope street 
Gray, James, shuttlemaker, 76 Hill street 
Gray, James, warehouseman, 15 Lyon place, Lyon street 
Gray, Jane, grocer, 63 Peddie street 
Gray, Jane, flesher, 5 Mains road ; h. 11 Well road 
Gray, John, of J. & J. Gray, valuator, 20 Perth road 
Gray, John, porter, 30 Rosebank road 

Gray, John, of James N. Davidson & Gray, 38 Seafield road 
Gray, John B., gardener, Taypark house ; /(. Taypark cottage, Perth rd 
Gray, John, sailmaker, 33 Castle street 
Gray, John, currier, 9 Cochrane street 
Gray, John, calenderer, 194 Hilltown 
Gray, J. Scott, of Gray & Dickson, 9 Viewforth street 
GRAY, J. & J., cabinetmakers and joiners, painters and paperhangers 

Venetian blind makers, funeral undertakers, and valuators, 18, 20 

and 22 Perth road. See Adv. 
Gray & Martin, solicitors, 30 Reform street 
Gray, Morrison, joiner, 50 North Ellen street 

Gray, Peter, clerk, 79 Commercial street; /(. Garnetbank, Carnoustie 
Gray, Peter, fruiterer, 34 Strathmartine road 
Graj', Robert W., & Co., coal merchants, 49 Nelson street 
Gray, Robert W. , of R. W. Gray & Co. , 8 Alexander street 
Gray, Robert C, clerk, 15 Springhill 
Gray, Robert, 10 Roslin terrace 
Gray, Robert, mason, 76 Albert street 
Gray, Stewart, calenderer, 62 North Church street 
Gray, Thomas Scott, M.D., L.R.C.S.E., 164 Nethergate 
Gray, William, timekeeper, 55 Victoria road 
Gray, William, mason, 36 Hospital wynd 
Gray, Mrs Elizabeth, manglekeeper, 24a Small's wynd 
Gray, Mrs F., grocer and spirit merchant, 192 Hilltown ; h. 194 
Gray, Mrs Peter, 1 Ritchie's lane 
Gray, Mrs Robert, butcher, 100 Princes street ; li. 98 


Gray, Mrs, pawnbroker, 2 Well road, Hawkhill ; h. 1 Mountpleasant 

Gray, Mrs, fruiterer, 38 North Ellen street 

Gray, Miss, dressmaker and milliner, 155 Princes street 

Greason, George H. , storekeeper, Prison ; h. 9 Airlie terrace 

Green, John, draper, 2 Viewforth place 

Green, John, Catholic bookseller, 71 Scouringburn and 41 Ann street ; 

h. 129 Hawkhill 
Green, Thomas, warehouseman, 76 High street 

Greenfield, John S., cashier, Tay Foundry ; li. Livonia cot.. Mains loan 
Greenwood, Walter, carpetweaver, 12 North Ellen street 
Gregor, James, naturalist, 20 Barrack street ; h. 77 Overgate 
Gregory, John, joiner, 6 Park place ; h. 13 
Gregory, John C., porter, 10 Malcolm street 
Greig, David, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., 25 South Tay street 
Greig, David, blacksmith, 65 Arbroath road 
Greig, Mrs David, 3 Rustic place 
Greig, James, labourer, 57 Main street 
Greig, James, draper's assistant, 9 South Ellen street 
Greig, James, fireman, 44 Seafield road 
Greig, James, engineer, 25 St Matthew street 

Greig, John, grocer and spiritdealer, 2 Hawkhill ; h, 28 Tait's lane 
Greig, John, mechanic, 17 Constitution street 
Greig, John, brassfounder, 24 Dallfield walk 
Greig, John, shipmaster, 9 Roslin terrace 

Greig, John A., clerk, Clydesdale Bank ; h. Tay view, Tayport 
Greig, Joseph, tailor, 1 North George street 
Greig, Lyell, mechanic, 24 North street 
Greig, Peter, labourer, 10 North Tay street 
Greig, Robert L. , agent for Arthur & Co. , 10 Bank street ; h. Comerton 

house, Leuchars, Fife 
Greig, Robert M'Gavin, sharebroker, 9 Bain square ; A. 1 Dalhousie ter. 
Greig, Thomas C, clerk, 115 Murraygate 
Greig, William, sailmaker, 159 Ann street 
Greig, William, traveller, 26 Paterson street 
Greig, Mrs Mary, grocer, 38 Larch street 
Greig, Mrs, lodgings, 21 Dock street 
Greive, John, wholesale statioirer and paper-bag maker, 1 10 Murraygate 

and 19 and 21 Nethergate ; A. 30 North Lindsay street 
Greive, Peter, stableman, 225 Overgate 
GRESHAM, The, Life Assurance Society, 74 Commercial street ; James 

Boyes, local secretary. See Adv. 
Grewar, Mrs, midwife, 46 Kincardine street 

Grey, John, superintendent engineer, 3 Thornley terrace, Maryfield 
Grieve, Alex. , water inspector, Clepington reservoir 
Grieve, Alexander, spirit merchant, 208 Overgate ; h. 214 
Grieve, Charles, carter, 6 Thorter row 
Grieve, David N., clerk, 151 Victoria road 

Grieve, Elizabeth L., draper and furnishing mer., 82 Blackscroft; /(. 143 
Grieve, Euphemia, milliner, 78a King street ; h. 151 Victoria road 
Grieve, James B., overseer, 43 Constitution road 
Grieve, James, mechanic, 11 Stirling street 


Grieve, James, blacksmith, 62 Kemback street 

Grieve, Peter, seaman, 62 Princes street 

Grieve, Robert, paper-ruler, 14 Overgate ; h. 151 Victoria road 

Grieve, William, grocer, 2 Hean's lane 

Grieve, Mrs Elizabeth, 12 Dundonald street 

Grieve, Mrs Janet, 38 Pennycook lane 

Grieve, Mrs Margaret, lodgings, 2 Graham place 

Grimond, Alexander D., of J. & A. D. Grimond, Dunmore, Perth road 

Grimond, Alexander M., of J. & A. D. Grimond, Carbet castle, B. Ferr; 

Grimond, Alexander, joiner, 4 Isla street 

Grimond, Joseph, of J. & A. D. Grimond, Carbet castle, Broughty Ferr 

Grimond, J. & A. D., merchants, spinners, and manufacturers. Bow 

bridge Works, Maxwelltown Works, and Logie Works ; offi^d 

1 King street 
Groat, William, saddler, 36 Annfield row 
Gron, M. E., & Son, merchants, 14 Victoria chambers 
Groundwater, George M. , telegraphist, Post Office ; h. 12 Forfar road 
Groundwater, William G. , cutter, 9 Reform street ; h. 43 Nethergate 
Groundwater, William F., warehouseman, 30 King's road 
Grove Mill, Lower pleasance ; A. P. Mathewson & Co. , manufacturers 
Grubb, Henry, foreman carter to Mutter, Ho wey, & Co. ; h. E. Dock st. 
Grubb, John, assurance agent, 6 Blackness street 

Grubb, Robert, flaxdresser, 5 Constable street ■ 

Grubb, William M. , art teacher, High School ; h. 5 Osborne place J 
Grubb, William, factory manager, Pleasance Works ; h. 4 Benvie road 
Grubb, William, weigher, 11 Robertson street 
Grubb, Miss Janet, 9 Annfield road 
Grumbrecht & Petri, merchants, 27 St Andrew's street 
GUARANTEE Association of Scotland, Limited. See Adv. 
GUARDIAN Fire and Life Assvirance Company. See Adv. 
Guild, Alexander, teacher of dancing, 96 Hilltown 
Guild, David, lettercarrier, 18 South Ellen street 
Guild, George, fruiterer and grocer, 26 Hilltown ; h. 20 
Guild, George, merchant, 10 Bain square ; h. 31 Wellgate 
Guild, James, plumber, 52 Westport 

Guild, James, cashier. Goods dept. , East Station ; h. 26 Raglan street 
Guild, James F., consulting engineer, 18 Dock street; h. Magdalei 

place, Clepington road 
Guild, John, of J. & R. Guild, Bayfield, Broughty Ferry 
Guild, John S., marine engineer, 26 Raglan street 
Guild, J. & R., merchants, 13 Albert square 
Guild, Robert, of J. & R. Guild, Boatland, Perth 
Guild, Mrs George, 16 Elizabeth street 
Guildea, Peter, general dealer, 61 Hawkhill 
Gunn, Donald, private watchman, 22 Lawson place 
Gunn, George, compositor. Evening Telegraph office ; h. 29 Step row 
Gunning, Michael, coaldealer, 43 Scouringbum ; h. 174 Overgate 
Guthel, Andrew, of D. & A. Guthel, 69 North Wellington street 
Guthel, David, of D. & A. Guthel, 9 Muirton road, Lochee 
Guthel, D. & A., joiners, 35 Hilltown 
Guthel, Francis, stationer, 22 Hilltown 


GUTHRIE, ALFRED, modeller and plasterer, marble and tile merchant, 

5 Queen's Hotel buildings ; h. 3 Park terrace. See Adv. 
Guthrie, Andrew, 103 Overgate 

j Guthrie, David, sailmaker, 2 East Henderson's wynd 
iGuthrie, Edward G., tobacconist, 9 Union street ; h. 157 Perth road 
j Guthrie & Henderson, merchants, 10 Panmure street 
Guthrie, James, of Guthrie & Henderson, Hopepark, West i'erry 
Guthrie, James, jun., of Guthrie & Henderson, Hopepark, West Ferry 
Guthrie, John, lapper, 95 Hospital wynd 
Guthrie, John, calenderer, 23 Hill street 
Guthrie, J. & A., jute spinners and merchants, Seabraes Mill ; office, 10 

Panmure street 
Guthrie, Mary, dressmaker, 258 Hilltown 
Guthrie, Rev. R. R. Lingard, Taybank house, 108 Ferry road 
Guthrie, William, carter, 43 Constitution road 
Guthrie, Mrs Ann, 88 Hawkhill 
Guthrie, Mrs Jessie, lodgings, 22 Airlie place 
Guthrie, Miss Isabella, 139 Blackscroft 
Guthrie, Miss, of Guthrie, Rosair, 55 Magdalen green 
Guy, William, shipmaster, 8 Park terrace 

Hackney, Mrs, gi-ocer, 49 Hospital wynd ; h. 19 Kinloch street 

Hadden, James K., cashier, Blackness Foundry ; h. 6 Rosefield street 

Haddo, Thomas, colliery agent, 10 Forfar road 

Haddon, John, shipmaster, 1 Baxter street 

Haddon, Mrs Margaret, 6 Blyth place 

Haden, Arthur C, professor of music, 3 Tay square 

Haden, Mrs A. C., professor of singing, 3 Tay square 

Hagan, Francis, grocer and spiritdealer, 245 Overgate ; h. 35 Hawkhill 

Hagan, John, wine and spirit merchant, 74 and 76 Hilltown ; h. 72 

Hagan, Mrs Mary, grocer, 51 Hilltown ; h. 53 

Hagart, Jas. F., clerk, Police Treasurer's office ; y^. 15 Union pi. , Perth rd. 

Haggart, George, solicitor, 11 Ward road; h. 4 Windsor terrace 

Haggart, George, late builder, Ardlebank villa, 4 Panmure terrace 

Haggart, George, clerk. Parochial Board office ; h. 6 Bernard street 

Haggart, John, grocer, Abbotsford place, Peddie street 

Haggart, William, currier, 9 Bell street 

Hain, Mrs George, Rustic place, 63 Constitution road 

Hales, James, sackmaker, 46 Kincardine street 

Hales, James A., foreman patternnaaker, 10 South George street 

Halket & Adam, manufacturers, sail, rope, and twine makers ; works, 

128 Blackness road ; office, 19 Dock street 
Halket, Charles, tailor, 35 Princes street 
Halket, William, stonecutter, 17 Paton's lane 
.Hall, Alexander, joiner, 17 St Mary street 
Hall, Alexander, waiter, 25 Wellington street 
Hall, Charles, broker, 72 Blackscroft ; h. 10 Middle street 
Hall, John, mechanic, 22 Union place, Perth road 
Hall, William, wine and spirit merchant, 4 Baltic street ; h.2 
Hall, William B., printer, 22 Carmichael street 
HALLEY BROTHERS, hacklemakers, South Ward road. See Adv. 


Halley, David, of Halley Brothers, Woodmuir villas, West Newport 
Halley, David, of Halley & Watson, Vinebank, West Ferry 
Halley, Francis, of Halley Brothers, Woodmuir villas, West Newportl 
Halley, George, of William Halley & Sons, Broomhall, West Ferry 
Halley, William, & Sons, spinners and manufacturers, Wallace Craig 

Works ; office, B Royal Exchange buildings 
Halley, William W. , of Melville & Halley, 4 Blackness terrace 
Halley, Wm., commis. agent, 9and 11 W.Dockst.; A.Rugbyter,,B.Ferr 
Halley, William, painter, 143 Lochee road 
Halley & Watson, stockbrokers, 3 Royal Exchange place 
Halley, Mrs John S., 4 Blackness terrace 

Halliburton, Elizabeth, confectioner and fruiterer, 12 Polepark road 
Halliburton, William, mechanic, 8 Kinloch street 
Hallyburton, Robert, officer, Willison Free Church ; h. 8 Parker streel 
Hamilton, Alexander, family victualler, 42 Dudhope st. ; h. 3 Kinnaird st 
Hamilton, James, boot manufacturer, 98 Nethergate ; factory, 14' 

Victoria road ; h. 36 Tait's lane 
Hamilton, Joseph, flaxdresser, 14 Lawrence street 
Hamilton, Rev. William,M. A. , Trinity E. U. Ch. ; h. Derby cot. , Forfar rd 
Hamm, M., mercht., 10 Victoria chambers ; h. 2 Panmure pi., B. Ferrj 
Hampton, i)avid M., teacher, West-End Academy; h. 3 Airlie terrace 
Hampton, John, joiner, 34 Hillbank road 
Hampton, Mrs R. , furnishings, 184 Blackness road 
Hampton, Mrs, greengrocer, 306 Hawkhill 
Hanna, William, coal merchant, 38 Lochee road ; ^. 67 
Hannaford, Samuel, jeweller, Ellen place, 27 Lyon street 
Hannah, John, photographer, 1 Sea wynd 
HanningDairyCo., llOHilltown, 163 Hawkhill, 115 Ann st., 29 Scouring 

burn, 32 Polepark rd. , 51 King st. , 14 N. Church st. , 148 Princes st. 

16 Barrack st., 1 S. Union st. , and Bank st. Lochee ; Jas Simpson, mgr 
Hansen, H. M., joiner and cabinetmaker, 125a Blackness road; h. IC 

Cherryfield lane 

Hansford, Geo. H., seaman, H. M.S. "Unicorn"; h. 30 Union pi. , Perth rd, 
Hansford Land and Cattle Company, Limited; G. A. M'Laren, secretary J 

4 India buildings 
Hanton, G. H., reedmaker, 28 North George street 
Hanton, James, contractor, 52 Watson street 
Hanton, Miss Matilda, haberdasher, 120 Princes street 
Hardacre, George, coaldealer, 5 Robertson street 
Hardacre, Thomas, coal merchant, 52 Blackscroft ; h. 46 
Hardie, Alexander, bootmaker, 124 Scouringbum and 16 Westport ; 

h. 33 Abbotsford place, Peddie street 
Hardie, Charles, warehouseman, 99 Hospital wjmd 
Hardie, James, of James Hardie & Son, 4 Laurelbank 
HARDIE, JAMES, & SON, pharmaceutical chemists, 68 High st. See Adv. 
Hardie, James M. , of James Hardie & Son, 4 Laurelbank 
Hardie, James, of W. P. Laird & Sinclair, Rustic place, 1 Dudhope st. 
Hardie, James, shoemaker, 58 Nethergate 
Hardie, John, Hawkhill place, 19 Perth road 
Hardie, John M., of Hardie & Smith, 16 Annfield road 
Hardie, John, house proprietor, 2 Paton's lane 



I Hardie, Robert A. , & Co. , linen and jute merchants, 28 Annfield road 
Hardie, Robert A. , of Robert A. Hardie & Co. , 5 Cowrie place 
Hardie & Smith, linen and jutemanufs. , Baltic LinenWorks, 28 Annfield rd. 
Hardie, Mrs, 11 Fleuchar street 
Hardiman, Martin, confectioner, 1 04 Annfield road 
Hare, Reginald, manager, Theatre Royal ; h. 49 Castle street 
Hare, William F., brush manufacturer, 161 Hilltown ; /j. 159 
Harkis, Charles, dockgateman, 51 Yeaman shore 
Harley, Andrew, broker, 58 Lilybank road ; h. 59 
Harley, James, joiner, 97 Peddie street 

Harley, Louis, of William Harley & Sons, 7 Dalliield terrace 
Harley, William, & Sons, fruiterers, florists and seedsmen, 29 Reform st. 
Harley, William, of William Harley & Sons, Vinehill, Kinnoul, Perth 
Harley, Mrs D., grocer, 259 Hawkhill; h. 255 
Harley, Mrs S., midwife and lady's nxirse, 198 Overgate 
Harley, Mrs, 96 Caldrum street 

Harper, Alexander, detective officer, 8 Rosefield street 
Harper, David, gardener, 3 Bruce street 
Harper, George, clerk, 31 Step row 
Harper, Peter, warper, 35 Annfield road 
Harper, William, mechanic, 19 Ogilvie street 
Harris, Arthur, auctioneer and valuator, Thistle Hall, Union street ; h. 

Elmbank house, East Newport 
Harris, George A. , architect, 4 Reform street ; h. 5 Bly th place 
Harris, George, woodturner, 21 North Tay street ; h. 13 Dudhope street 
Harris, James, tailor, 2 Baltic street 
Harris, James, hay, straw, and grass seed merchant, 1 Yeaman shore ; 

h. 25 Hawkhill 
Harris, William, stationer, 27| Tait's lane 
Harris, Miss, Fernbank, 14 Dudhope terrace 
Harris, Mrs James, 43 Nethergate 
Harris, Mrs, 50 Kincardine street 
Hart, David, waiter, 13 Annfield row 

Hart, Hamilton, bootmaker, 188 Seagate ; h. 9 Glamis street 
Harte, M. J., surveyor, H.M. Customs, 4 Airlie terrace 
Harvey, A.M., insurance agent, 26 Bell street 
Harvey, David, enginefitter, Ellen place, 17 Lyon street 
Harvey, David, carpenter, 17 Annfield street 

Harvey, Silvester B. , stampcutter, 22 St Andrew's street ; h. 29 Peter st. 
Hassberger & Dreschfeld, merchants, 4 Lidia buildings 
Hassberger, Ernest, of Hassberger & Dreschfeld, Adabank, Newport 
Hastie, William, clerk, 46 Seafield road 
Hawaii, Consul for — John Geo. ZoUer, 87 Commercial street 
Hawthorn, Edward, cooper, 23 Jamaica street ; h. 44 
Haxton, John, manager. Lower Pleasance Mill ; h. 3 Parker street 
Haxton, William, clerk, 44 High street ; h. Braehead, Invergowrie 
Hay, Christina, greengrocer, 167 Perth road 
Hay, David, boatbuilder. Esplanade ; h. 120 Nethergate 
Hay, David, stationer, 12 Cherryfield lane 
Hay, George, paiater, 11 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Hay, George Robertson, cooper, 48 Blackscroft 


Hay, James, solicitor, and sheriff clerk-depute. Courthouse buildingi 

West Bell street ; h. Ashton villa, Logieden 
Hay, Jas. R. , grocer and spirit merchant, 1 Baffin st. ; h. Parkview terrace 

14 Forfar road 
Hay, James, manager, 22 and 24 Baltic street ; h. 246 Perth road 
Hay, James, warehouseman, 57 Cowgate 
Hay, John B., of J. & C. Hay, 14 Springfield 

Hay, J. & C, builders and contractors, 18 Long wynd ■ 

Hay, John, seaman, 71 High street 
Hay, Thomas, tenter, 6 Rosefield street 
Hay, Thomas, joiner, Ninewells, Invergowrie 
Hay, Thomas, cooper, 84 Blackscroft 
Hay, Thomas, traveller, 246 Perth road 
Hay, William, solicitor, notary public, and town-clerk, Townhouse 

h. Montpelier 
Hay, William A., machine mei'chant, Yeaman shore ; h. 71 High street 
Hay, Wm., restaurateur and confecr., 93&95Murraygate ; h. 63Gellatly st. 
Hay, Wm., grocer and spirit mer., 91 Victoria road ; A. 93 Arbroath rd. 
Hay, Mrs John, lodgings, 14 Garland place 
Hay, Mrs J., 10 Annfield street 

Hay, Mrs Mary Jane, babylinen warehouse, 206 Overgate ; A. 164 
Hay, Mrs, 1 North William street 
Hayes, James, millworker, 31 Constitution road 
Hayes, Thomas, dresser, 14 Ogilvie's road 
Hazell, Wm. , grocer and wine mer. , 84 High st. ; h. Reres ter. , B. Ferry 
Head, Henry, & Co., shipping and forwarding agents, and insurance 

brokers, 62 Commercial st. ; David D. Bain, agent; also at 85 

Gracechurch street, London ; Liverpool ; and Manchester 
Headrick, Mrs Mary, 4 Wellington street 
Healy, Peter, shoemaker, 99 Ann street 
Hean, Peter, jun., wine merchant and Italian warehouseman, 47 Reform 

street ; h. Rosemount, Constitution road 
Hean, William, glazier, 26 Kidd street 
Hean, Mrs William, Tay cottage, 35 Step row 

Heathfield Works, 73 Hawkhill ; James Paterson & Co., manufacturers 
Hebenton, David, overseer, Dudhope Works ; h. 7 Mid street 
Heery, John, grocer, 76 Scouringburn ; h. 4 Hunter street 
Heggie, Alex. S. , pawnbroker, 117 Blackscroft; A.Springhill pi., Ferry rd. 
Heggie, David, joiner, 13 South Ellen street 
Heggie, George, joiner, 50 North Ellen street 
Heggie, James, draper's assistant, 110 Victoria road 
Heggie, James, jomer, IS South Ellen street 
Heggie, John, grocer and wine merchant, 120 Ann street ; h. Briar 

cottage, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Heggie, John, draper and clothier, 1 Strathmartine road ; li. 3 
Heggie, Robert, mechanic, 50 Hill street 
Heggie, William, tailor, 40 Blackscroft 
Helliwell, William, tuner, 5 Speed's terrace 
Henderson, Alexander, jute spinner and maniifacturer. South Dudhope 

Works ; h. Westpark, Perth road 
Henderson, Alexander, of Henderson & Co. , 2 Clarendon terrace 



Henderson, Alex. , houseagent, 78Murraygate ; h. Reid cottage, Carnoustie 

Henderson, Alex., of P. Henderson & Sons, Jessamine cottage, Bamhill 

Henderson, Alexander, locksmith, 36 Nethergate 

Henderson, Andrew, milloverseer, 18 Kincardine street 

Henderson, Arch., manager, billiard saloon, 1 New Inn entry; A. 32Castlest. 

Henderson Brothers, shipping agents (Anchor Line), 1 Panmure street 

Henderson, Charles, gardener, 9 North Wellington street 

Henderson & Co. , silk mercers, 65 and 66 High street 

Henderson, Christina, dairykeeper, 3 Temple lane ; h. 27 Westport 

Henderson, David, family grocer and wine merchant, and siib-post- 

master, 242 and 244 Perth road ; h. Lawgrove, Perthshire 
Henderson, David, milloverseer, 15 Mortimer street 
Henderson, David C, clerk, 249 Hawkhill 
Henderson, David, joiner, 27 Westport 
Henderson, David, plnmber, 32 Dallfield terrace 
Henderson, Edward, coaldealer, 57 Rosebank street ; h. 75 
Henderson, Frank, M.P., of H. Henderson & Sons, 4 Clarendon terrace; 

London address. House of Commons, and 36 Duke street, St 

James's, S.W. 

Henderson, George David Clay hills, commander, R.N.,Invergowrie house 
Henderson, George, tailor and clothier, Whitton's lane, 32^ King street 
Henderson, George, overseer, 93 Albert street 
Henderson, George, foreman fitter, 28 Ferry road 
Henderson, George, patternmaker, 12| Mortimer place 
Henderson, Helen, china merchant, 56^ Dura street ; h. 48 
Henderson, H., & Sons, tanners and curriers, leather, tallow, oil, hide, 

and bark merchants, and boot and shoe manufacturers, Ladybank 

Leather Works, 6 Victoria road, and Pleasance Tanyards 
Henderson, James, of H. Henderson & Sons, The Gows, Invergowrie 
Henderson, James, broker, 181 Scouringburn ; h. 178 
Henderson, James, late draper, 82 Victoria road 
Henderson, James, accountant andshipowner, 20Meadowside ; h. Downie- 

mount, Tayport 
Henderson, James T., cloth inspector, 12 Garland place 
Henderson, James, dairyman, 97 Victoria road ; h. Strips of Craigie 
Henderson, James, confectioner, 3 William street 
Henderson, James, lettercarrier, 26 Bell street 

Henderson, James, of P. Henderson & Sons, Seaview cottage, Bamhill 
Henderson, James, clerk, 80 Marine place, Hawkhill 
Henderson, James, draper, 96 and 98 King street ; h. 2 Athole terrace 
Henderson, James, fireman, 23 West wynd 
Henderson, James, jeweller, 91 Seagate 
Henderson, James, weaver, 8 Malcolm street 

Henderson, John, & Sons, jute spinners and manufs., Lindsay St. Works 
Henderson, John, agent, late banker. Crescent house, 348 Perth road 
Henderson, John, clerk, 12 Panmure street ; A. 19 Peddie street 
Henderson, John, jun. , of Guthrie & Henderson, Crescent house, Perth rd. 
Henderson, John Jas. , of Hutcheson & Henderson, Downiemount, Tayport 
ffenderson, John, carpet designer, 29 North Wellington street 
Eenderson, John, bottler, 35 Lawrence street 
lenderson, John, joiner, 3 Paradise road 



Henderson, John G. , Park place 

Henderson, Jokn, lorryman, 94 Nethergate 

Henderson, John, engineer, 52 Constable street 

Henderson, J. H. F. , & Co. , Don's Road Factory 

Henderson, J. H. F., of J. H. F. Henderson & Co., 5 South George st 

Henderson, Kenneth W. , agent. Commercial Bank of Scotland ; h. Bell 

field, 45 Magdalen Yard road 
Henderson, Margaret, grocer, 28 Gellatly street 

Henderson, Mary, wine and spirit mer. , 1 Rosefield st. ; h. 193Blackness r 
Henderson, P. , & Sons, gun and fishing-tackle makers and taxidermist 

32 Barrack street 
Henderson, Patrick, of P. Henderson & Sons, Jessamine cot., Bamhill 
Henderson, Peter Maxton, porter, 13 St Mary street 
Henderson, Richard, coal merchant, 47 Constable st. ; h. 1 Crescent lar 
Henderson, Richard, of John Henderson & Sons, 1 70 Nethergate 
Henderson, Robert, 22 Willison street 
Henderson, Robert, clerk, 19 Peddie street 
Henderson, Samuel, engineer, 96 Hilltown 
Henderson, Samuel, labourer, 26 Mortimer street 
Henderson, Thomas P. , brassf ounder, 1 Harriet street 
Henderson, William, of John Henderson & Sons, Park place 
Henderson, Wm. P., commission agent, Campbeltown pL, 273 Hawkhi 
Henderson, William, 9 Viewforth street 

Henderson, William, confectioner, 116 Princes street; h. 1 Church st 
Henderson, William, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 120 Scourin^ 

bum ; h. 7 South Tay street 
Henderson, William, watchman, 77 Hospital wynd 
Henderson, William, fireman, 13 Blackscroft 
Henderson, Mrs Thomas, 10 Dallfield terrace 

Hendry, Andrew, of Hendry & Pollock, Braeknowe, Blackness road 
Hendry, Charles, dyer, 23 North Church street 

Hendry, David B., linen manufacturer, 3 Coupar's alley; h, 2 Park tei 
Hendry, David, engineer, 4 Albert street 
Hendry, John, saddler, 114 Seagate; /«. 112 
Hendry, John, marine engineer, 105 Ferry road 
Hendry & Pollock, solicitors and notaries public, 32 Bank street 
Hendry, William B., overseer, 36 Lilybank road 
Hendry, Mrs Charles, Morton's square, 31 WeUgate 
Hendry, Mrs, herbalist, 19 Hawkhill 
Hendry, Mrs, confectioner, 14 Watson street 
Hennessy, Edward, shipcarpenter, 18 Ogilvie's road 
Hennessy, Jas. , wine and spirit mer. , 126, 128 Scour'bum ; h. Lawsidehousi 
Hennesay, P. , blacksmith, Albert court, 37 Nethergate 
Henry, Alex. , millinery and babylinen warehouse ; agent for Willcox S^l J 

Gibb's sewing-machines, 140 and 142 Murraygate ; and auctioneer 

and valuator, 1 1 5 Murraygate ; h. 6 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Henry, A. & S., & Co., manufacturers and merchants, Baltic buildings 
Henry, Charles, music teacher, 22 Raglan street | 

Henry, Helen, tobacconist, 10 Ann street ; h. 7 Elsinore pi., 3 Hillto 
Henry, James, tenter, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
Henry, John J. H. , of Tocher & Henry, 63 Constitution road 

I J 


Henry, William, cowfeeder, 371 Loons road 
Henry, William, debt recovery agent, 44 High street ; h, Washington 

buildings, Peddie street 
Henry, Mrs David, 4 Buckingham terrace 
Henry, Mrs, 27 Hill street 

Hepburn, Robert, house proprietor, 44 Ure street 
Hepburn, Wm. , of Anderson, Gardner, & Hepburn, 9 Nelson street 
Hepburn, Mrs James, 44 Ure street 

Herald, John, commercial traveller, 59 Constitution road 
Herald, Thomas, shipmaster, 3 Arbroath road 
Herbert, Jas. , ironfounder, 2 St David's lane. North Tay street 
Herd, George, labourer, 16 Catherine street 
Herd, WiUiam, lettercarrier, 1 Hospital wynd 
Herdman, William, 11 Tannadice street 

Heron & Congleton, solicitors and notaries public, 20 Castle street 
Heron, George, of Heron & Congleton, Home house, West Ferry 
Heron, James, detective officer, 164 Overgate 
Heron, Thomas, fireman, 89 Princes street 

Herschell, Richard, stationer and confectioner, 8 Court st., Clepington 
Herschell, William, coal merchant and contractor, 90 Dura street ; h. 

Melville cottage, Madeira street 
Heymann & Jager, manufacturers and merchants, 2 India buildings, 

and 7 Royal Bank place, Glasgow 
Hilberd, Frederick James, manager, Heathfield Works ; h. 3 Gowrie pi. 
Higgins, Mrs Margaret, 9 Ritchie's lane 
High, David, engineer, 42 Constable street 

High, George, joiner and funeral undertaker, 131 Victoria road ; h. 133 
High, John, bootmaker, 7 Wellgate 
High, Joseph, clerk, 158 Lochee road 
High, Peter, ironturner, 2 Parker's court, William street 
High, William, joiner, 133 Victoria road 
High, William, labourer, 22 Wellington street 
High, Mrs, furnituredealer, 125 Victoria road ; h. 133 
Hildesheim & Co., merchants, 7 Ward road 
Hill, Alexander, warehouseman, Fairley place, Clepington road 
Hill, Charles, dockgateman, 3 Erskine street 
I Hill, Colin S., tailor, 22 Balfour street 
Hill, David, grocer, spiritdealer, potato merchant, and butcher, 42 and 

46 Blackness road ; h. 26 Windsor street 
Hill, David, foreman. East Station ; A.. 31 Crescent street 
Hill, David, caretaker, Clepington Public School ; h. 164 Ann street 
i Hill, David, mechanic, 9a Victoria street 
Hill, David, mechanic, 14 North Ellen street 

Hill, Edward W., of Lady well Calender Works Co. ; h. 5 Nelson street 
Hill, George H. , com merchant, 5 Nelson street 
Hill, George, of Young & Hill, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Hill, George, bootmaker, 54 Ferry road ; h. 50 
Hill, George, mechanic, 61 Lochee road 

Hill, Howard, of Ladywell Calender Works Co. ; h. 5 Nelson street 
Hill, Jas., grocer, wine and spirit mer., 27 Union st., Max.; h. 107 Ann st. 
Hill, James, law-clerk, 4 Reform street 


Hill, James, mariner, 55 King street 

Hill, James, blacksmith, 21 North street 

Hill, John, deputy chief constable, 5 Logiebank, Gardiner street 

Hill, Miller, of M. & C. Hill, Ashbank, 79 Magdalen green 

Hill, M. & C., spinners, West Dudhope Mill, Anchor lane 

Hill, Peter, mason, 26 Temple lane 

Hill, Peter, mason, 40 St Mary's place 

Hill & Renny, merchants, 2 Royal Exchange place 

Hill, Robert, student, 20 Reform street 

Hill, Samuel B., clerk, 18 Lawrence street 

Hill, Rev. Thomas, Willison Free Church ; h. 2 Dudhope terrace 

Hill, William, mason, 78 Princes street 

Hill, William, joiner, 15 Middle street 

Hill, William, dairyman, 80 Ann street 

Hill, Mrs John, Ashbank, 79 Magdalen green 

Hill, Mrs, fruiterer, 124 Victoria road ; h. 7 Victoria street 

Hillijank Spinning Co. , jute spurs, and manufs. , Hillbank Works, Dens rd 

Himsworth, Mrs, grocer and ironmonger, 30 Albert street ; h. 86 

Hiudley, James P. , of W. H. Hindi ey & Co. , 8 Airlie terrace 

Hindley, Walter H. , & Co., merchants, 30 Meadowside 

Hindmarsh, Mrs, 4 Blackness crescent 

Hmksman, John, fish merchant, 202 Seagate ; h. 141 

Hinton, Alexander, engineer, 62 Ann street 

Hinton, Mrs Joseph, confectioner, 79 Ann street ; h. 108 Hilltowu 

Hirschberg, Edward, of Moore & Weinberg, 3 Grosvenor ter., Perth rd 

Hirst, Samuel C. , teacher of music, 1 1 South Tay street 

Hoare, Marr, & Co., merchants, spinners, and manufacturers, 14 Victori 

chambers ; and 26 Budge row, Cannon street, London, E.C. 
Hobbs, Mrs, Parkview terrace, 10 Forfar road ' 
Hodge, Miss Annie, teacher, 12 Constitution terrace 
Hodge, David, sub-editor, Dundee Advertiser ; h. 1 Victoria square 
Hodge, David S. , clerk, 4 Lawrence street 
Hodge, James, L.F.P.S. , medical practitioner, 39 South Tay st. ; an( 

chemist and druggist, 249 Overgate 
Hodge, Lizzie, teacher, Constitution house; h. 12 Constitution terrace 
Hodge, Margaret, dressmaker, 63 Lochee road ; h. 4 Lawrence street 
Hodge, William, coal salesman, 224 Hawkhill 
Hodgkinson, F. A., & Co., shipping insurance and forwarding agents 

1 Commercial st., and 51 Lime street London ; Wm. Kinnear, agent 
Hogan, John, milloverseer, 2 Lawrence street 
Hogarth, Alex. , traveller for Dundee Flour Mills; h. Kerrington crescent, 

Hogg, Alexander, lettercarrier, 35 Constitution road 
Hogg, Andrew^ tinsmith, 14 North Erskine street 
Hogg, George, clerk, Post Office ; h. 51 Crescent street 
Hogg, James, 26 Peddie street 
Hogg, James, railway porter, 12 Yeaman shore 
Hogg, James, plumber, 52 Westport 
Hogg, John, painter, 5 Brown street 
Hogg, Thomas, confectioner, 97 King street 
Hogg, Thomas, carter, 1 South Ellen street 



, William, grocer and spiritdealer, 4 Hilltown; h. 11a William st. 

Hogg, William, currier, 2 Corso street 

Hogg, Mrs Elizabeth, 21 Thomson street 

iHogg, Mrs John, 29 South Ellen street 

jEogg, Miss, dressmaker, 26 Peddie street 

I'Hoile, Mrs John, 5 Blackness terrace 

Holden, John, labourer, Lorimer street 

[lolden, Thomas, tenter, 14 Dundonald street 

Holdei-, Rev. Joseph, St Joseph's R.C. Church ; h. Wilkie's lane 

Holdheim, Otto, mercht., and Russian vice-consul, 10 Victoria chambers ; 
h. 8 Airlie place 

Soliwell, John, bookseller, auctioneer, and general dealer, 24 Green- 
market ; h. 28 

EoUand, Arthur, & Co., forwarding agents, 54 Commercial street, and 
17 Leadenhall street, London ; James Miller, agent 

ffolt, John, moulder, 29 Clepington street 

Holt, John, clerk, 8 Baffin street 

ffome for Incurables, 12 King street 
^oneyman, David, cowfeeder, 346 Loons road 
bneyman, James, cowfeeder. Law farm, Coldside 
bneyman, John, confectioner, 19 Mains road 

Honeyman, Thomas, moulder, 18 Lawrence street 

Hood, Andrew, warehouseman, Annan tei'race, 19 Wellington street 

Hood, David M., merchant, 5 Bain square ; h. Gedhall, Barry 

Hood, David, late farmer, 3 Buckingham terrace, Maryfield 

Hood, Ellen, confectioner, 15 St Salvador street 

Hood, George, retired mechanic, 62 Ann street 

Hood, George S., clerk, 42 Annfield road 

Hood, George, brushmaker, 8 Overgate 

Hood, James, of Smith, Hood, & Co. , 4 Gladstone place, Broughty Ferry 

Hood, James, late farmer, 166 Perth road 

Hood, John, mechanic, 50 Dallfield walk 

Hood, John, mail guard, 7 Annfield row 

Hood, Joseph, fishdealer, 28 Priiaces street ; h. 32 

Hood, William, of Smith, Hood, & Co. , 2 Gladstone place, Bro. Ferry 

Hood, William, officer, S. Mary Magdalene's Epis. Ch. ; h. 7 Blinshall st. 

Hood, Miss, 1 Peter street 

Sopkinson, Benjamin, printer, 2 Melrose terrace 

Home, Alexander, cooper, 32 William street 

Home, Jas B., shoemaker, 46 Hilltown 

Home, Thomas H. , wine and spirit merchant, 102 Blackscroft ; h. 1 
Blackness crescent 

Home, Rev. William, M.A., 4 Blackness crescent 

Horsburgh, Balfour, lapper, 16 Nelson street 

Horsburgh, Mrs John, 13 Mid street 

Horton, Martin Thomas, professor of music, and organist, St Mark's 
Church ; h. 104 Nethergate 

Hosie, Mrs, 5 Ure street 

iHossack, George, clerk, 3 Craig street 

Hossick, Alex., & Co. , tea merchants and commis. agents, 9 Euclid street 

Hossick, Alexander, of Alexander Hossick & Co., 4 Garland place 


Hossick, Alexander, H.M. Customs ; h. Ashbank cottage, Maryfield 

Hould, John, milloverseer, Wallace pend, 24 Hawkhill 

Houston, Frederick, chimneysweeper, 9 Annfield road 

Houston, James, chimneysweeper and soot merchant, 106 Hawkhill 

Houston, William, chimneysweeper and soot merchant, 207 Perth road 

Houston, William, sawmiller, 63 Alexander street 

Hovell, David J., draper, 29 St Salvador street 

Hovell, James, foreman mechani6, 168 Blackness road 

Hovell, Joseph, millmanager, Larchfield Works ; h. 200 Scouringbum 

How, David P. , of Mackie & How, 34 North George street 

How, George, collector, 22 Lawson place 

Howat, Edward, & Co., merchants, 13 Ward road 

Howat, William, of Edward Howat & Co. , Castleview, Stirling 

Howden, Walter C. , 3 Rustic place, Dudhope street 

Howe, John, bobbinmaker, Fairmuir Turning Works 

Howe Machine Co., Limited, sewing machine, bicycle and tricych 
manufacturers, 24 Union street ; Robt. J. Hyslop, manager 

Howe, Violatta, confectioner, 7 Robertson street 

Howie, Duncan, average stater and marine insurance broker, 26 Commer- 
cial street ; h. 3 Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 

Howie, George W., watch and clock manufacturer, and jeweller, 11' 
Murraygate ; A. 25 Forebank road 

Howie, Thomas S., tailor and clothier, 122 Princes street; /*. 17 Ambrose 
street, Broughty Ferry 

Howie, Mrs Elizabeth, Waverley buildings, Peddie street 

Howison, James, L.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.S.E., L.M.E., 1 South Tay street 

Hoy, Margaret, grocer and spiritdealer, 141 Lochee road ; li. 143 

Hudson, Thomas, millwright, Seafield Works ; h. 18 Thomson street 

Huggins, Andrew, fruiterer, 210 Perth road 

Huggins, John H., engine patternmaker, 185 Princes street 

Huggins, William, patternmaker, 5 Melrose terrace 

Hughes, Charles, house proprietor, 120 Overgate 

Hughes, Edmund, manager, Kinnaird Cofieehouse ; A. 6 St Matthew st 

Hughes, Frank, blockmaker, 2 Ogilvie's road 

Hughes, Henry, fireman, 55 Dallfield walk 

5ughes, James, feuar, 13 Park lane 

Hughes, Mrs C, confectioner, 2 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 

Hughes, Mrs, greengrocer and confectioner, 10 Balgay street 

Hughes, Mrs, 1 Windsor terrace 

Hull, Joseph D., watchmaker and jeweller, 116 Murraygate; h. 108 

Hume, Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 6 Step row 

Hume, Alexander, mason, 18 Nelson street 

Hume, Alexander, milloverseer, 7 Rosebank road 

Hume, David, clerk, 14 Catherine street 

HUME, D., & SON, biscuit manufacturers and shipstore merchants, 24 '< 
Commercial street. See Adv. 

Hume, George T., of D. Hume & Son, 20 Commercial street 

Hume, William, manager, Seafield Works ; ^. 14 Shepherd's loan 

Hume, William, labourer, 34 William street 

Hume, Mrs James, babylinen warehouse, 1 Crichton street ; h. 2 East i 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry 


jffunt Brothers, clothiers, 77 High street 
jHunt, Ninian, of Hunt Brothers, 3 Seaward place, Broughty Ferry- 
Hunt, William, of Hunt Brothers, Taypark place, Broughty Ferry 
Hunter, Adam, clerk, Lawmill cottage, Coldside 
; Hunter, Alexander, brassfinisher, 49 Ure street 
Hunter, Arch. T., stationmaster, East Station ; h. 197 Princes street 
Hunter, Charles, of Dawson & Hunter, 4 Beechwood terrace 
Hunter, David, of Hunter & Graham, 27i Tait's lane 
Hunter, David, 9 Mountpleasant, Hawkhill 

1 Hunter, David K., draper's assistant, Viewbank terrace 
IJHunter, David, tenter, 199 Hilltown 
'"unter, George, clerk, 27 Westpoi't 

unter, George, fireman, 150 Strathmartine road 
Hunter & Graham, brassfounders and finishers, and mill, factory, and 

engineers' furnishers, Rattray street 
ycl Hunter, James, jun., solicitor, 69 Reform st. ; h. Willowbank, Carnoustie 
Hunter, Jas. , grocer and provision mer. , 37 Lawrence st. and 54 Peddie st. 
Hunter, James, powerloom tenter, 23 Bonnybank road 
Hunter, -John, foreman blacksmith, 11 Robertson street 
Hunter, Patrick, clerk, Tay Works ; A. 6 Park terrace. Blackness road 
Hunter, Rennald F., solicitor, 69 Reform st. ; h. Ferniebank, Carnoustie 
Hunter, Robt., architect, 41 Reform st. ; h. Woodriife ter., East Newport 
Hunter, Thomas B. , clerk. Royal Bank ; h. 1 Strawberiybank 
Hunter, Thomas, joiner, 8 Graham place 
HUNTER, WILLIAM, draper, 15, 17, and 19 Wellgate ; h. Dun-alec, 10 

Laurelbank. See Adv. 
Hunter, Wm. , watchmaker and bicycle builder, 160 and 162 Perth rd. ; h. 180 
Hunter, William D., M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, 94 Nethergate 
Hunter, Wm., baker, 37 Lochee rd. ; h. Rustic pi., 69a Constitution rd. 
Hunter, Mrs Margaret, 30 Rosebank street 

Hunter, Mrs Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 158 Hilltown ; h. 150 
Hunter, Mrs, 10 Union terrace 
Hurrie, John B., trimming merchant, 2 Nethergate ; h. Drummond pi., 

Broughty Ferry 
Hurst, John, grocer, 46 Rose street 

Husband, Alexander, foreman blacksmith, 204 Hawkhill 
Husband, James, overseer, 28 Ryehill lane 
Husband, Janet, 24 West wynd 

Husband, Peter Fair, of Boyd & Husband, 2 St Johnswood terrace 
Husband, William, spiritdealer's assistant, 24 Hawkhill 
Husband, William, powerloom tenter, 24 Watson street 
Husband, Mrs William, 7 Viewforth street 
Husband, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 107 Murraygate 
Hutchen, William, tailor and clothier, 6 High street 
j Hutcheon, Francis, shopkeeper to Halket & Adam ; h. 1 West wynd 
liHutcheson, Alex., of Hutcheson & Henderson, Herschell house, B. Ferry 
Hutcheson & Henderson, architects, civil engineers, and valuators, 10 

Reform street 
Hutcheson, Jas., inspector of rolling plant, W. Station; h. 49 Gellatly st. 
Hutcheson, William T. L., Dundee Advertiser office ; li. 3 Both well ter., 

Broughty Ferry 


Hutchinson, Thomas H., boot and shoe maker, 85 Victoria road 

Hutchison, Adam, confec. and stationer, 95 Perth road ; h. 1 West wyn 

Hutchison, Charles, joiner, 54 Bell street 

Hutchison, David, slater, 3 South Ward road ; h. 68 Bell street 

Hutchison, David, enginedriver, Dundee West Station ; h. 40 Perth n 

Hutchison, Douglas, broker, 176 Hilltown 

Hutchison, Henry A., L.D.S., F.P.S., surgeon-dentist, 6 Shore terrace 

h. 80 Nethergate 
Hutchison, James, manufacturer, 18 Cowgate ; /i. 3 Viewforth pi. 
Hutchison, James, assurance agent, 86 Hill street 
Hutchison, James, late factory overseer, 95 Albert street 
Hutchison, John, milloverseer, 2a Hunter street 
Hutchison, John, seaman, 145 Princes street 
Hutchison, Keith M., manufacturers' agent, 74 Commercial st. ; h. S' 

Vincent place, Broughty Ferry 
Hutchison, Stewart, cofi'eehovise keeper, 156 Scouringbum ; A. 154 
Hutchison,Thos.,wine and spirit mer., 89 Ann st. ; h. Rose villa, Maryfi eld 
Hutchison, Thomas, grocer, 39 Rosebank street 
Hutchison, Thomas, enginedriver, 14 Seafield road 
Hutchison, William F., ironmonger, 32 Bank street 
Hutchison, William, tenter, 43 Hospital wynd 
Hvitchison, William, mechanic, 40 North Church street 
Hutchison, Mrs John, 4 Airlie terrace 
Hutchison, Mrs Thomas, 30 North Lindsay street 
Hutchison, Mrs W., greengrocer, 30 North Church street 
Hutchison, Mrs, lodgings, 36 North Ellen street 
Hutton, Alexander, clerk, Dundee Foundry ; h. 26 Raglan street 
Hutton, Andrew, carpenter, 45 Victoria street 
Hutton, Andrew, mechanic, 18 Lawson place 
Hutton, David, commercial traveller, 107 Ferry road 
Hutton, David, officer, Chalmers Free Church ; h. 41 Hawkhill 
Hutton, David, pickermaker, 1 Springhill, Ferry road 
Hutton, David, blacksmith, 3 Laing street 
Hutton, David, watchmaker, 69 Victoria road 

Hutton, David, seaman, 6 Arthur street ! 

Hutton, Hugh, coal merchant, 23 Polepark road 

Hutton, Jas. , architect, 62 Commercial st. ; h. Upper Friarton, Forgan, Fife 
Hutton, John, potato merchant, 29 Polepark road ; h. 7 Pitfour street 
Hutton, Robert, file manufacturer, 49 Nethergate 
Hutton, Robert, coffeehouse-keeper, 208 Hillown ; h. 68 James street 
Hutton, William, retired grocer, 12 Forfar road 
Hutton, William M., teacher of writing, arithmetic, bookkeeping, and 

shorthand, High School ; /*. 31 Wellgate 
Hutton, William, foreman bookbinder, 6 Kinnaird street 
Hutton, Mrs Helen, lodgings, Ellen place, 29 Lyon street 
Hutton, Mrs, lodgings, 103 Albert street 
Hyder, Thomas, stevedore, 150 Overgate 
Hynd, Daniel, carter, 13 Park lane 
Hynd, David, ironmonger, brassfounder, plumber, &c., 84 Victoria road ; ; 

ivorks, 10 Forebank road ; h. 14 Forebank road 
Hynd, James, ironmoulder, 3 Roslin terrace. Court street 


3YND, JAMES, house and ship painter, decorator, and paperhanger, 60 

Dock street ; h. 2 Nelson terrace. Nelson street. See Adv. 
Hynd, Robert, confectioner, 2 Forfar road 
llyndman, Mrs Daniel, broker, 3 Arthur street ; h. 5 
Hyslop, James B. , of Methven, Hyslop, & Co. , Woodriffe ter. , E. Newport 
i'Hyslop, Robert J., manager, Howe Machine Co., 101 Peddie street 

Imandt, p. J. , teacher, High School ; h. Broughty Ferry 

tmlay, Alexander, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 132 Seagate and 29 

Queen street ; h. 130 Seagate 
Imlay, James, bookbinder, 3 Parker street 

ilinper. A., teacher of languages, 15S.Tayst. ; h. 3 Magdalen Yard road 
Impei'ial Hotel, 55 Commercial street ; C. Macmaster, proprietor 
Imrie, James, sawmiller, 46 Bell street 
(mrie, John, butcher, 28 Grove street, Springhill 
inrie, Robert, lathsplitter, 2 Dens brae 
tiel(| mrie, William, fishmonger, 149 Hilltown ; h. 151 
;nch, John, clerk, 104 Commercial street 
'nches, Roiiert, joiner, 16 Crescent lane 
'nches, Mrs, 36 Dundonald street 

[nglis. Rev. Andrew, Dudhope Free Church ; h. Balgay terrace, Lochee 
Inglis, David, boilennaker, 12 Hospital wynd 
[nglis, Henry, clerk, Manhattan Works ; h. 5 Rustic place 
Inglis, James, heraldic painter, 26 Isles' lane 
[nglis, James, coffeehouse keeper, 15 Victoria street 
[nglis, Jeffrey T., of J. T. Inglis & Co., Balgillo road, Broughty Ferry 
[nglis, J. T., & Co., shipagents, &c., agents for Dundee and Liverpool 

Steamers, 33 Dock street 
[nglis, John P., compositor, 107 Ann street 
[nglis, Johnson, shipmaster, 27 Victoria road 
[nglis, Thomas, mechanic, 95 Peddie street 

[nglis, William, joiner and glazier, 46 Cotton road ; h. 41 William street 
!nglis, William, C.E., 49 Magdalen green; h. 1 Blackness crescent 
[ngram, William, coffeehouse keeper, 4 Hunter st.; h. 21 Kincardine st. 
inland Revenue Office, 31 Bank street ; Robert Anderson, collector 
jines, David, stationer and newsagent, 205 Perth road 
!nnes, David, baker, 31 Hilltown; h. 27 Victoria road 
[nnes, George, grocer and provision mercht., 214 and 216 Blackness rd.; 

/(. 2 Rosefield street 
[nnes, William, sawmaker and edgetool merchant, 3 Castle street ; h, 7 
[nnes. Miss E. ,jlressmaker, 50 Barrack street 

nrig, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 113 Princes st. ; k. 5 Victoria cres. 
[nrig, Geo. A., colliery agent, 82 High st. ; h. 10 Gladstone ter. , B. Ferry 
[nverarity, Ann, refreshment rooms, 33 Hawkhill ; h. 38 Hunter street 
[nverarity, David, 1 Bain square 
[nverarity, David, joiner, 15 Annfield row 
[reland, Alexander, labourer, 19 Crescent lane 
[reland, Andrew, brassfinisher, 6 Lamb's lane 

[reland, David, of Ireland, Leitch, & Co., Rockhill, Broughty Ferry 
[reland, David, jun., clerk, Calcutta buildings; h. Rockhill, B. Ferry 
[reland, George, carter, 5 Wolseley street 


Ireland, James, of Ireland & Maclaren, Tayview, 287 Perth road 

Ireland, James, agent, British Linen Co. Bank, and insurance agen 

Westport ; h. 6 CoUingwood terrace, Barnhill 
Ireland, John, shuttle, picker, and washing machine maker, 1 1 Ireland 

lane ; h. 26 Bell street 
Ireland, John, china merchant, 90 Ann street ; h. 2 Jamaica street 
Ireland, John, porter, 1 Mid street 
Ireland, Leitch, & Co., steam-ship owners and coal exporters, Calcutt 

buildings. Commercial street 
Ireland & Maclaren, architects, 81 Murray gate 
Ireland, Peter, coal merchant, 4 Lamb's lane ; h. 175 Victoria road 
Ireland, Robert, warehouseman, 10 Court street I 

Ireland, Robert, blacksmith, 1 Lawi'ence street 
Ireland, Thomas, accountant, secy, and treas. of the Wholesale Traders 

Assoc, and district manager of the Scottish Employers' Liability anci 

Accident Assurance Co. , Ld. , 87 High st. ; h. Hopebank, Newport 
Ireland, Thomas, fireman, 28 Todbum lane 
Ireland, Walter, jute, flax, and hemp merchant, 3 Royal Exchange 

court ; h. Springlodge, Broughty Ferry 
Ireland, William R. (of William R. Ireland & Co.), agent for W. Ritchiii 

& Son, 6 Lime street, London, and London Spinning Mills, Stratfoi'd 

Essex, and 41 Cowgate ; h. Gladstone cottage, Monifieth 
Ireland, William, blacksmith, 61 Hawkhill 
Ireland, William, labourer, Thorn place, 221 Blackness road 
Ireland, W. R., & Co., merchants and manufacturers, 41 Cowgate 
Ireland, Mrs John, 25 Nethergate 

Ireland, Mrs, West-End Register for Servants, 4 Perth road j h. 6 
Irons, David R., grocer and wine merchant, 75 Caldrum street ; h. Claren 

don villa, Downfield 
Irons, James, hairdresser, 5 Victoria street ; A. 40 Watson street 
Irons, Peter, irontumer, 20 Bell street 
Irvine, James, engineer, 7 Springhill place, Ferry road 
Irvine, Joseph H., bootmaker, 40 Alexander street 
Irvine, Malcolm, coaldealer, 32 Hill street ; A. 31 
IRVINE, PETER, builder, contractor, and pavement merchant, 24 Williso] 

street ; A. 110 Victoria road. See Adv. 
Irvine, William B., teacher, 15 and 17 South Tay street 
Irvine, Mrs D. , grocer and confectioner, 24 Dudhope Crescent road 
Irving, David W. ,pork, ham, andbaconcurer,43Yeaman shore; A. 1 Bank si 
Irving, Wm. G. , mercht. , 1 4Victoria chambers ; A . 3 Youngsdale pi. , Newpor 
Isaac, Robert, sen., mechanic, Ellen place, 27 Lyon street 
Isles, David C., gearing manager, 12 Fleuchar street 
Isles, David M., mason, 21 Union place, Perth road 
Isles, D. R., 15 Stanley place, Step row 
Isles, Helen W. , grocer, 2 Dock street ; A. 2 Union street 
Isles, Jas., wine merchant, 88 Commercial st. ; A. StNinians, Blairgowrie 
Isles, John, shipowner, 33 Castle street 
Isles, Peter, tobacconist, 67 Wellgate ; A. 19 Bain square 
Isles, Robert, accountant, 9 Ward road ; A. Forebank terrace 
Isles, Robert, draper, 2 Union street 
Isles, William, warehouseman, 57 Cowgate 


les, Miss Lizzie, 7 South Ellen street 

5rael, G. , merchant, 7 Trades lane ; h. 1 Ai'gyle terrace, Bro'ty Ferry 
ialian Consulate, 54 Commercial street ; James Millar, vice-consul 
ns, Mrs Fanny, eatinghouse, 176 Overgate ; h. 174^ 

A.CK, Adam, tailor and clothier, 15 Step row 
ack, Alexander, blacksmith, St Mary's place 
ack, David, chief inspector, National Telephone Co., 13 Panmure 

street ; h. 2 Rosefield street 
ack, Geo. , superintendent. Mercantile Marine office, and secy, to Local 

Marine Board, Sailors' Home buildings ; h. 23 Magdalen Yard road 
ack, James, fireman, 16 South George street 
ack, John, of NicoU & Jack, 82 High street 
ack, John, shoemaker, 13 Ann street 
ack, John L., joiner, 98 Princes street 
ack, Peter, tobaccospinner, 56 Blackscroft 
ack, Robert, shipjoiner, 24 Peter street 
ack, Robert, mechanic, 21 Jamaica street 

I ack, Robert, foreman lampman, 134 Blackness road 
ack, William A., overseer, 8 Arbroath road 
ack, William, greengrocer, 30 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
ack, William, shoemaker, 53 William street 
ack, William, blacksmith, 48 Union street 
Tack, Mrs James, milliner, 132 Nethergate 
Tackson, Alexander, insurance agent, 88 Hill street 
fackson, Charles, plumber, 1 Meadow entry 
Jfackson, James, mechanic, 100 Annfield road 
ifackson, James, ironturner, 55 Alexander street 
Jackson, James, calender worker, 28 Hillbank road 
Tackson, Peter, mechanic, 185 Pi-inces street 

Fackson, Wm. ,millfumisher and commis. agt. , 12 Bank st. ; h. 16 Seafield rd. 
lackson, William, grocer, 9 Eosefield street 
lackson, Mrs, matron, Morgan Hospital 
Jackson, Mrs, dressmaker, 27 Mains road 
is«i Jackson, Mrs, 38 North street 
Jafif6 Brothers & Co., linen and jute merchants, 134 Seagate 
Jaffray, Mrs J. W., 45 South Tay street 
Jagger, Ann, broker, 200 Overgate ; h. West Clepington 
Jagger, John, hairdresser, 246 Hilltown ; h. West Clepington 
porl Jagger, Peter, hairdresser, 98 Ann street 
Jamaica Works, Jamaica street ; W. L. Boase & Co. , spinners 
James, Robert J., collector, 6 Tannadice street 

Jameson, Geo., merchant, 4 Rl. Exchange pi. ; h. Seafield house, B. Ferry 
Jameson, John C, assistant town-clerk, Townhouse; h. Carron cottage, 

Tayview terrace. East Newport 
Jamie, William, teacher, 7 Pitfour street 
Jamieson, Charles, clerk, 13 St Peter street 

Jamieson, Geoi'ge, storekeeper, Tay Works ; h. 32 William street 
Jamieson, George, jun. , architect's assistant, 24 Bank st ; h. 32 William st. 
Jamieson, Henry G. , coal and lime mer. , 31 Trades lane ; h. 32 William st. 
Jamieson, James, blacksmith, 25 Catherine street 



Jamieson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 50 and 51 Dock street ; 

Dalhousie terrace, Barnhill 
Jamieson, James, tailor, 46 Hilltown 
Jamieson, James, ironmonger, 88 Blackscroft 
Jamieson, James, mechanic, 40 Catherine street 
Jamieson, John, & Co., clothiers, 90 and 91 High street 
Jamieson, John, seaman, 26 Hillbank road 

Jamieson, John, coffeehouse-keeper, 20 Laing street ; h. 1 Langlands si 
Jamieson, Martin, carpenter, 150 Princes street 
Jamieson, Peter, contractor, 48 Wellgate ; h. 8 Morrison's court 
Jamieson, William, fireman, 6 Arthur street 
Jamieson, Mrs D., 6 Melrose terrace, Clepington 
Jamieson, Miss Margaret, lodgings, 47 Yeaman shore 
Jarvis, David, marine overlooker. Hill place, Tayport 
Jarvis, William G., bandmaster, 1st F.R.V., and professor of music 

27 Victoria road 
Jeffers, Miss Isabella, hosier, 47 Wellgate ; A. 30 Raglan street 
Jeffrey, James, joiner, 69 North Wellington street 
Jeffrey, Joseph, broker, 146 Seagate ; A. 19 Lyon place, Lyon street 
Jenkins, Rev. John, St Peter's Free Church ; A. 11 Airlie place 
Jermyn, Right Rev. Hugh W., D.D., Bishop of Brechin, Forbes court 

Jessiman, George, 68 St Andrew's street 
Jessiman, John, timber merchant, 135 Seagate and Dock street ; h 

Hillbank, East Newport 
Jew, Mrs O. H., 10 Shore terrace 

Jobson, David A., contractor, 128 Blackness road ; h. 41 Miller's wynd 
Jobson, James A., late baker, 19 St Peter street 
Jobson, Mrs, Crawford lodge, Perth road 
Johnman, Alexander, sawmiller, 60 Lilybank road 
Johnson, Charles, spiritdealer, 1 Powrie place ; h. 159 Hilltown 
Johnson, Chas., photographer, 43 Nethergate ; h. 21 Stanley pi.. Step row 
Johnston & Adams, drysalters, 82 Murraygate 

Johnston, Alexander, architect, 20 Reform street ; h. A Union terrace 
Johnston, Alexander C, district agent, National Assurance Co. o^ 

Ireland, 81 Murraygate ; h. 6 Newington terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Johnston, Alexander, clothier's assistant, 1 Commercial street 
Johnston, David, of Reid, Johnston, Scrimgeour, & Co., Cardrona, 

Clepington road 
Johnston, David S., wine and spirit merchant, 223 Hawkhill ; h. 227 
Johnston, David, blacksmith, Ninewells 

Johnston, Geo. A. , grocer and teadealer, 19 Stirling st. ; /*. 68 James st., 
Johnston, Henry, tea mer. , 17 Albert square ; h. Garland villa, W.Newport 
Johnston, James, of Johnston & Adams, Marybank, 9 Craigie terrace 
Johnston, James, clerk. Shore Dues Office, 68 James street 
Johnston, James, bootmaker, 10 Rosebank street ' 

Johnston, James, painter, 20 Overgate 
Johnston, James, milloverseer, 22 North Tay street 
Johnston, James, broker, 206 Hilltown ; h. 73 North Church street 
Johnston, James, agent and importer, 62 Commercial street 
Johnston, John, tailor and clothier, 34 Barrack street ; h. 38 



ohnston, John, Leyshade Dairy, 14 Cricliton street and 44 Dudhope 
Crescent road ; h. Leyshade, Murroes 

iohnston, John, Balgray Dairy, 31 Victoria road ; li. Balgray 

ohnston, John, baker, 14 Small's lane, Small's wynd 

ohnston, John, clerk. Courier office; /(.Washington buildings, Peddiest. 

ohnston, John, pawnbroker, 256 Hawkliill 

ohnston, Joseph, & Sons, fishmongers, 13 Union street 

ohnston, Pat. L. , linen merchant and manufacturer, 1 1 King street ; 
/).. Kingoodie, Invergowrie 

ohnston, Peter, grocer and spiritdealer, 179 Perth road ; h. 15 Union pi. 

ohnston, Robert, M.B., CM., medical practitioner, 4 Tay square 

ohnston, Robert, traveller, Pleasance Brewery ; h. 288 Hawkhill 

ohnston, Robert, grocer and spiritdealer, 174 Hawkhill; A. Ill 

ohnston, William, solicitor, 61 Reform street ; 7i. 11 South Tay street 

ohnston, William, chaplain, East Poorhouse 

ohnston, William M., patternmaker, 90 Dura street 

ohnston, William, shoemaker, 8 Balgay street 

ohnston, William, woodturner, 16 Kinloch street 

ohnston, William, coaldealer, 20 Blackness road ; /i. 12 Balfour street 

ohnston, William, lamplighter, 55 Rosebank street 

ohnston, William, pastrybaker, 145 Princes street 

ohnston, Mrs James, Bright cottage, Maryfield 

ohnston, Mrs James, grocer, 20 Dens road ; /*. 22 

ohnston, Mrs Matthew, 29 St Peter street 

ohnstone, David, agent for J. & P. Cameron, Taybridge Station ; h. 
Links villa, Broughty Ferry 

Tohnstone, George, shiprigger, 30 Tindal's wynd 

ohnstone, George, blacksmith, 204 Lochee road 

ohnstone, Henry, agent, Barrione & Co., botanic dispensary, 12 John- 
ston's lane ; h. 41 Hawkhill 

ohnstone, James, overseer, 209 Hawkhill 

ohnstone, John, currier, 47 North Wellington street 

ohnstone, John, clerk. Sanitary depart., West Bell st.; h. 18 Kinnaird st. 

Tohnstone, Joseph, 7 Mains road 

Tohnstone, J. J. , of Johnstone & Simpson, St Phillan's place, Newport 

Fohnstone & Simpson, solicitors, 69 Reform street 

Tohnstone, Mrs Hugh, laundress, 2 Idvies street 

Tohnstone, Mrs, 8 Erskme street 

'ohnstone, Miss, milliner, 33 Hawkhill 

Tollie, Alexander, blacksmith, 4 Mid street 

folly, John, mechanical manager, Caldrum Works ; h. 6 North Ellen st. 

[oily, John' H., accountant, British Linen Co. Bank, Westport; h. 
18 Airlie place 

Tones, I. & J., drapers, 193 and 195 Princes street 

Tones, John, of I. & J. Jones, 197 Princes street 

fones, John, of Mitchell & Jones, 19 Louise terrace. West Ferry 

[ones, Joseph, carpetweaver, 69 North Wellington street 

[oss, Charles, mechanic, 9 Parker street 

Joyce, Bernard, labourer, 45 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 

Tupp, Charles, cane, Windsor, and kitchen chair maker, 18 Ireland's lane 

Tustice, David F., teacher of music, 20 Panmnre street 


JUSTICE, THOMAS, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 5, 10, and 11 Tay|K 

street ; h. 27 Watt street. See Adv. 
Justice, Mrs Alexander, 7 Tally street 

Kane, Andrew, tobaccopipe maker, 7 Heathfield lane ; h. 9 Hawkhil] 

Kane, Paul, wholesale smallware mer., 33 Overgate ; /i. 19 Albert squai 

Kane, Mrs B., rag and waste store, 32 Cochrane st. ; h. 1 Littlejohn s' 

Kay, Alexander T., butcher, 108 Victoria road ; A. Unionbank, Loch( 

Kay, Alexander, millmanager, Chapelshade Works ; h. 5 Rustic place 

Kay, Alexander, niilloverseer, 63 Blackscroft 

Kay, John, wholesale grocer, 4 and 6 Charles st. ; h. Tay ter., E. Newpc b ,|] 

Kay, Mitchell D., accountant, Lipman & Co.; A. Alma ter., W. Newpc ii 

Kay, Thomas, butcher, 5 Albert street ; h. 13 Victoria street 

Kay, Mrs Charles, 1 Viewforth street 

Kean, Frederick, seaman, 22 Blackscroft 

Keay, Alexander, fishdealer, 93 Hilltown ; h. 101 

Keay, Alexander, clerk, South Dudhope Works ; h. 193 Blackness roJ 

Keay, Catherine, dressmaker, 51 High street 

KEAY, DAVID, blacksmith, engineer, and machinemaker, Hillbank In 

Works, North William street ; h. 164 Ann street. See Adv. 
Keay, David, gardener, 12 Stanley place. Step row 
Keay, George C, clerk, 104 Caldrum street 

Keay, James, compositor, Advertiser office; h. 32 Dudhope Crescent 
Keay, James, marine engineer, 150 Princes street 
•Keay, John, boilermaker, 20 South George street 
Keay, Peter, blacksmith, Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Keay, Thos. C, engineers' factor and railLfumisher, 16 and 18 Bali 

street ; h. Lome terrace, Forfar road 
Keay, Walter, pictureframe maker, 15 Arbroath road ; A. 13 
Keay, William, of Beath & Keay, 15 Hill street 
Keay, William, sackmaker, 5 Union st.. Max.; h. 17^ Wellington st 
Keay, Mrs John, lodgings, 4 Airlie terrace 
Keddie, Peter, 35 Park wynd 
Keddie, John, engineer, 12 Raglan street 
Keenan, William, furniture dealer, 211 Hawkhill; A. 209 
Keenan, William, labourer, 10 Temple lane 
Keill, John, painter and decorator, 248 Perth road ; Ji. 213 
Keill, Robert, confectioner, 9 Westport ; A. 5 Brown street 
Keill, Mrs, 184 Perth road 
Keiller, George C, merchant, vice-consul for Chili, agent for the Fire Irl 

surance Assn. , 33 Meadowside ; A. Templehall house, Longforgan 
■Keiller, James, & Son, wholesale confectioners, 9 Albert square ; retav. 

shop, 2 Castle street 
Keiller, James, traveller, 8 Brown street 
Keiller, John, fishsalesman and auctioneer, Fishmarket ; A. 24Crichton st* 
Keiller, John M., of James Keiller & Son, Binrock, Perth road 
Keiller, Robert, seaman, 126 Princes street 
Keiller, Mrs, 16 Baxter street 

Keillor, William, manager, Meadowside Calender ; A. 20 Wellington st, 
KeiUor, William, fruit and potato merchant, 4 Corso street 
Keillor, Mrs R., spiritdealer, 14 Caldrum street ; A. 12 


jCeir, Alexander M. , grocer, 6 Rosefield street 
veir, John B., lettercarrier, 6 Rosefield street 
■Ceir, William, officer. Ward Chapel ; A. 13 Mid street 
veir, Mrs, midwife, 44 Polepark road 

veith, Edmund Dodds, farmer and auctioneer, 6 High street ; h. Black- 
ness Home farm 

eith, George, pilot, 42 Lilybank road 

eith, James, hammerman, 49 Cotton road 

eith, John, farmer, Nether Balgay 

.eith, John, inspector. West Station ; h. 142 Nethergate 

eith, John, seaman, 58 Nethergate 

eith, Robt., architect and valuator, 87 High st. ; h. Alma cot. , W. Ferry 
feellie, Robert, tanner, 5 Parker street 

Kellow, Henry A., clerk, N.B. Railway ; h. 2 Havelock place 
Kelly, Daniel, recruiting sergeant, 135 Lochee road 
Ivelly, James, labourer, 362 Loons road 

fcelly, Michael, grocer and spiritdealer, 84 Princes street ; h. 88 
Kelly, Mrs, spiritdealer, 320 Hawkhill ; h. 316 
JCelly, Robert, mechanic, 15 St Mary street 

Kelman, Alex., messenger, Clydesdale Bank; h. Clydesdale Bank buildgs. 
Kelman, William, wine and spirit merchant, 247 Hawkhill ; A. 1 St 
Johnswood terrace, Westpark road 
it JjKelman, Mrs James, grocer and spirit merchant, 6 North Tay street ; 
h. Kinloch place. 111 Hawkhill 
[Kelsey, Fletcher Francis Sheridan, civil engineer. New Tay Viaduct 
office, 47 Magdalen green ; h. 1 Magdalen place 
ial Kelt, Wm. S., watchmaker and jeweller, 122 Murraygate; h. Beacons- 
field place, 110 Victoria road 
Kemley, James, fireman, 39 King street 
Kemp, John, coachman, 3 Erskine street 
Kemp, William, gardener, 32 Union place, Perth road 
Kendall, John, seaman, 1 John street 
Kendall, Joseph, printer and fireman, 19 Cowgate 
Kenn, James, sen., of J. & J. Kenn, 7 Springhill place, Ferry road 
Kenn, James, of J. & J. Kenn, 7 Springhill place. Ferry road 
Kenn, J. & J. , butchers, 24 Ferry road 
Kennedy, Alex. J. , grocer, 3 Springhill place ; h. 7 
Kennedy, Alexander, blacksmith, 31 Exchange street 
Kennedy, Angus, tailor, 88 Ann street 

Kennedy, David, engine and boiler inspector, 27 Stanley pi. , Step row 
Kennedy, George, fireman, 29 Wellington street 
Kennedy, Henry, pensioner, 21 North Wellington street 
Kennedy, Henry, engineer, 15 Stirling street 
Kennedy, James, harbour porter, 29 Wellington street 
Kennedy, James, hammerman, 63 Crescent lane 
Kennedy, James, labourer, 91 Cowgate 
Kennedy, James, engineer, 6 Melrose terrace 

Kennedy, John, of Kennedy & Rae, Norwood terrace, 46 Thomson st. 
Kennedy, John L., watchmaker and jeweller, 74 Princes street ; h. 110 
Kennedy, John, 4 Wilkie's lane 
Kennedy, John, late teacher, 372 Perth road 


Kennedy, John, dairyman, 22 Step row 

Kennedy, John, 193 Perth road 

Kennedy, J. S., of R. G. Kennedy & Co., Thorn-garth, West Ferry 

Kennedy, Mary, dressmaker, 7 William street 

Kennedy & Rae, hemp and wire rope and sail manufacturers, 32 Do 
street ; ivorks, Step row 

Kennedy, Robert, plater, 172 Seagate 

Kennedy, Robert, carter, 34 William street 

Kennedy, R.G. ,& Co., manufacturers and merchants, Wellington Worki 
office, 10 Panmure street 

Kennedy, R. G. , of R. G. Kennedy & Co. , 2 Balgillo crescent, Bro. Fen 

Kemiedy, William, blacksmith, 17 Wilkie's lane ; h. 15 Watson's lane 

Kennedy, William, shipmaster, 12 Springhill place. Ferry road 

Kennedy, William, clerk, 14 Thomson street 

Kennedy, William, seaman, 76 Blackscroft 

Kenneth, John, greengrocer and confectioner, 17 Ann street ,■ h. 18 

Kenny, Frank, wine and spirit merch. , 94 Blackscroft ; h. 74 Ferry rd 

Keracher, James, bootmaker, 57 Lochee road ; h. 51 

Kermack, David, confectioner, 119 Perth road ; h. 2 Peddie street 

Kermack, John, mason, 10 Glebe street 

Kermack, Robert, clerk, Arcade buildings. King street 

Kermack, Thomas, fireman, 10 North Tay street 

Kermack, William, mason, 197 Princes street 

Kermath, Catherine, manglekeeper, 1 Pennycook lane 

Kermath, Robert, dresser, 16 Nelson street 

Kermath, Mrs M. , grocer, ] 6 Nelson street 

-Kermath, Miss A., dressmaker, 27 South Ellen street 

Kerr, Alexander, of Kerr & Son, 19 High street 

Kerr, Charles, pharmaceutical chemist, 56 Nethergate, 197 Perth road 
and 4 Polepark road ; h. 1 Windsor place 

Kerr, David S. , watchmaker and jeweller, 242 Overgate ; 7i. 1 Viewforth stl 

Kerr, David, cabinetmaker, 14 Garland place 

Kerr, David, grocer, wine and spiritmercht. , 212 Overgate ; h. 3 Hilltown 

Kerr, Henry, hacklemaker, 5 Temple lane 

Kerr, James & William, boot manufacturers, 83 High street, 3 Wellgate, 
and 136 Mtirraygate 

Kerr, James, of J. & W. Kerr, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 

Kerr, John S., Bonnybank house, 94 Victoria road and 2 Nelson street 

Kerr, John, lettercarrier, 17 Isles' lane 

Kerr, John, railway porter, 15 Paton's lane 

Kerr, Peter, Bomiybank house, 94 Victoria road and 2 Nelson street 

Kerr, Peter, jun., teller, British Linen Co. Bank ; h. Bonnybank house, 
94 Victoria road and 2 Nelson street 

Kerr, Robert Nimmo, teacher, 19 King street ; h. 7 Viewforth street 

Kerr & Son, opticians and spectacle makers, 19 High street 

Kerr, William, solicitor and notary public, 26 Castle street ; h. Nether- 
gate house, 158 Nethergate 

Kerr, William, of J. & W. Kerr, Elsinore place, 3 HilltoMoi 

Kerr, William, auctioneer, 163 Princes street 

Kerr, Mrs Cecilia, 29 Strawberrybank 

Kerr, Mrs, 10 St Peter street 


verwin, Edward, insurance agent, 19 Caldrum street 

vessock, Mrs Helen, 62 Ure street 

Settles, James, grocer, 18 Bell street ; A. 35 Constitution road 

iettles, James, mechanic, 31 Crescent street 
** vettles, James, warehouseman, Elizabeth place, 129 Hawkhill 

iettles, James, tailor, 3 Lowden's alley 

{^ettleson, Alex. C. , newsagent and stationer, 1 Bl'kscroft; h. 2 Foundry lane 

vey, George, harbour porter, 2 Crescent lane 
it vey, George, spirit merchant, 157 Hawkhill ; h. 26 Peddle street 
, vey, James, butcher, 121 Hilltown ; h. 119^ 
ff. vey, James, insurance agent, 44 Seafield road 
'If vey, William, blacksmith, 109 Lochee road 

Cidd, Agnes, of Chalmers & Kidd, 119 Nethergate 

iidd, Alexander R., baker, 61 King street ; h. 63 

iidd, Alexander, contractor, 9 King's road 

iidd, Alexander, printer, 13 Ann street 
I'rf iidd, Andrew, architect, 62 Commercial street 

Cidd, A. G., & Son, bread and bisctiit bakers, 179 and 181 Princes 
street, and Craigie Bakery, 10 Baffin street 

iidd, Charles, baker, 33 Victoria street 

vidd, David P., engineer. Trades Lane Calender ; h. 3 Baffin street 

Udd, David, sen. , of D. Kidd & Son, Lansdowne place, 1 Constitution rd. 

vidd, David, cabinetmaker, 24 St Mary's place 

iidd, David, joiner, 44 Polepark road 

Cidd, David, clerk of works, 8 Graham place 

Odd, David, jun., clerk of works, Burgh Engineer's Office ; h. Rose 
cottage, Monifieth 

Cidd, David, stockbroker, 1 Royal Exchange buildings ; h. Thymbra 
oad lodge, Newport 

Cidd, David B. , tailor, 90 Seagate 
;list Cidd, D., & Son, builders, 20 Mid street 

Qdd, George M., of William Gellatly & Co., 4 Garland place 
ini add, Helen, 228 Perth road 

iidd, James W., manager, Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Co., 
:'ate I 5 Shore terrace ; h. 3 Craigie terrace 

vidd, James, draper, 18 Princes street ; A. 61 

vidd, James, shipsteward, 14 Thomson street 

add, James J. , cabinetmaker, 1 Annfield street 

Cidd, James A., mechanic, 50 North Ellen street 

iidd, John, of D. Kidd & Son, valuator, Lansdowne pi. , 3 Constitution rd. 

Cidd, John, grocer, 52 North Church street ; A. 54 

add, John, carpenter, 6 Polepark road 

add, John, brassfounder, 17 Graham place 

add, Jonas, wine and spirit merchant, 75 and 77 N. Church st. ; h. 73 

{^idd, Mary Ann, china merchant, 106 Scouringbum ; h. 44 Polepark rd. 

add, Robert, potato merchant, 14 Greenmarket ; h. 3 Dalhousie ter. 

add, Robert, labourer, 5 Wolseley street 

i^idd, Robert, carpenter, 92 Rosebank street 

add, Robert, clerk, 4 Lowden's alley 

add, Thomas, cotton yam merchant, 7 Royal Exchange court ; h. 
Broadhaugh, Newport 



Kidd, Thomas B., of A. G. Kidd & Son, 99 Ferry road 

EIDD, WILLIAM, bookseller, manufacturing stationer, printer, litifij 

grapher, and bookbinder, 11 2 Nethergate ; h. 120. ^ee Adv. 
Kidd, William, 27 Windsor street 
Kidd, William, house proprietor, 171 Victoria road 
Kidd, William, printer, 3 South Ellen street 
Kidd, William, brewer, 16 Annfield street 
Kidd, William, seaman, 62 Ann street \ | 

Kidd, William, mechanic, Livingstone place, Lochee road 
Kidd, Mrs A. G., 4 Lome terrace, Maryiield 
Kidd, Mrs John, 7 South Tay street 
Kidd, Mrs William, 86 Nethergate 

Kidd, Miss Isabella, dressmaker and milliner, 33 Lilybank road 
Kiddie, Andrew, moulder, 4 Isla street 
Kiddie, Hugh, joiner, 29 St Salvador street 
Kiddie, Robert, shoemaker, 44 Charles street 
Kiddie, Mrs John, milliner, 45 William street 
Kiddie, Mrs, midwife, 20 Hilltown 
Kidney, William, sackmaker, Gray's square, 2 Hospital wynd, and Dom 

road ; A. 62 William street 
Kilday, William, fancy-box maker, 42 Mid street 
Kilgour, David, officer, St Andrew's Free Church ; h, 7 Morrison's cou] 
Kilgour, George, plasterer, 10 Blyth place 
Kilgour, James, grocer, 4 Peter street ; h. 18 Wellgate 
Kilgour, John, sergeant-major, 3d F.E.V. ; h. 8 Park terrace 
Kilgour, Peter, ironturner, 63 Dallfield walk 
Kilgour, William, book deliverer, 34 Fleuchar street 
Kilgour, Mrs John, cowf eeder, 99 Rosebank street 
Killacky, James, confectioner, 262 Hilltown ; h. 260 
Killacky, John, confectioner, 84 Caldrum street 

Kilpatrick, Robert, bootmaker, 197 Blackness rd.; h. 28 Annfield rov 
Kimball & Morton, sewing-machine manufacturers, 52 Reform street 
King, Charles, painter, 13 Wolseley street 
King, David, milloverseer, Dens Works ; h. 1 Kemback street 
King, James, coal merchant, 27 Dura street; h. 28 Catherine street 
King, James, vandriver, 143 Blackscroft 

King, John, tea merchant, 185 Overgate ; h. 17 Union place, Perth re 
King, John, joiner, 11 Craigie street 
King, Michael, coaldealer, 27 Polepark road ; h. 35 
KING STREET INSTITUTION for the Education of Young Ladies, 19 K; 

street ; R. N. Kerr, headmaster. See Adv. 
King, William, draper, 88 Strathmartine road { 

King, William, skinner, 16 St Mary street I 

Kinmond, James, milloverseer, 1 North George street \ 

Kinmond, John G., secy., Trades Lane Caldg. Co.; A. Bamhill, B. Feij 
Kinmond, John, ironworker, 11 Craigie street ,' 

Kinmond, Luke, & Co. , jute spinners and manufs. , Pleasance Works; D ij 

dee and Ericht Linen Works, Blairgowrie; office, 10 Victoria chamh j 
Kinmond, Peter, warehouseman, 9 M'Gill street 
Kinmond, William, clerk, 42 North Ellen street 
Kinmond, W. S. G., reporter, 1572 Scouringbum 


airdjWm.jtailor, clothier, and hatter, 23HHilltown; ^.2IKinlochst. 
ear & Co., manufacturers and merchants, 34 Commercial street 
jnnear, George, patternmaker, Camden place, 71 Perth road 
unear, George, patternmaker, 36 Lilybank road 
unear, Henry, of Kinnear & Co., 82 Victoria road 
luiear, Jas., grocer and wine mercht., IN. Church st. ; h. 233Hilltown 
linear, James, clerk, Courier & Argus ; h. Westpark, Carnoustie 
unear, James, butcher, 162 Hawkhill; h. 3 Ure street 
imear, JohiiT., tailor and clothier, SReform St., -A. lWellparkter.,Newp'rt 
innear, John, provision merchant, 14 Westport ; h. 6 New rd. , B. Ferry 
innear, Thomas, sanitary inspector. West Bell street ; h. 4 Park ter. 
innear, Wm. , shipping and insurance agent, 1 Commercial st. ; A . 2 1 Dock st. 
innear, Wm. , grocer and wine merchant, 304 Hawkhill ; h. 273 
innears & Co., of London, merchants, 13 Meadowside 
innell, E. J., Berlin wool warehouse, 59 Nethergate; h.2 Bell street 
innell, John, wine and spirit merchant, 13 Constitution rd. ; h. 2 Bell st. 
iimes, James, property agent, 123 Victoria road 
innes, Robert, shipagent and oil merchant. East Whale lane ; h. Fairley 

place, Clepington road 
mnes, William, plumber and contractor, 69 Murraygate ; /«. 2 Peter st. 
innes, Mrs George, coal merchant, 41 Ryehill lane ; h. 43 
innison, Christopher, porter, 28 Overgate 

INNISON & DIXON, house painters and decorators, 3 Union st. See Adv. 
iffljimnison, James, of Kinnison & Dixon, 43 Constitution road 
iimison, William, newsagent and stationer, 187 Victoria road 
annison, Mrs Robert, 2 Ogilvie's road 

annoch, John, of J. Durham, Son, & Kinnoch, 67 Ure street 
linnoch, William M., clerk, 67 Ure street 
ark, David, mason, 51 William street 
tirk, John, of Kirk & Lawson, 224 Lochee road 
[irk, John, clerk, 193 Perth road 

ark & Lawson, boot and shoe makers, 222 and 226 Lochee road 
'rk, William, joiner, 27 North Ellen street 
irkaldy, Thomas, plumber, 95 Murraygate 
irkaldy, William, gardener, 66 Ann street 
arkland, David R., 41 Magdalen Yard road 
[u'kland, Robert, chinmey sweeper, 24 Arbroath road 
arkpatrick, William, clerk, Chapelshade Works ; h. 3 Rustic place 
Cirkpatrick, Mrs, Park house, 18 Dallfield terrace 
arkpatrick. Misses, teachers. Park hou^se, Dallfield terrace 
arkwood, William, insurance surveyor, 11 Panmure street 
SiLnight, Charles Y., compositor, 36 Lilybank road 
inight, David, superintendent of market and slaughterhouses, East 

Dock street ; h. 1 Market street 
knight, Jas., shipstores mer., 1 and 3 Commercial st. ; h. 4 Garland pi. 
i^night, James, pilot, 1 Morrison's court, Wellgate 
6! inight, James, factoryworker, 34 Wilkie's lane 
inight, Jessie G., teacher, 41 Rosebank street ; h. 4 Kinloch street 
Snight, John, traveller, 11 Mid wynd 
tonight, Mrs, 13 Blackheath place, Hawkhill 
Snuck, Henry, of Tough, Knuck, & Co. , Rose cottage, Fleuchar street 


Kyd, David, manufacturer, 37 RoselDank road ; /*. 40 

Kyd, John P. , of Shield & Kyd, 1 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry 

Kyd, Thomas, secretary of the Northern Assurance Co., llOCommerd 

street ; /;. Westpark road 
Kyd, Wm. , boot factory manager, Annan cottage, 171 Wellington st, 
Kydd & Co., grocers and provision merchants, 127 Ann street 
Kydd, David, joiner, 29 St Salvador street 
Kydd, George, mason, Waverley buildings, Peddie street 
Kydd, James, of Kydd & Co. , Downfield 
Kydd, John, mason, 22 Aimiield row 

Kydd & M'Cauly, joiners and builders, 98 Albert sti'eet mmi 

Kydd, Richard, of Kydd & M'Cauly, 98 Albert street fl^ 

Kyle, Thomas, civil engineer ; works office, Harbour Chambers ; h. 

Derby terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Laburn, George, of Labum & Son, 1 Rattray street 

Labum, James, of Laburn & Son, 22 Dallfield terrace 

Labum, James, slater, 2 Dallfield terrace 

Labum, James, plasterer, 27 Constitution road 

Laburn, Robert W., of Gauld & Laburn, 61a Constitution road 

Lacaille, E., fruit merchant, 92 High street ; h. Goiirdiehill, Errol 

Ladybank Leather Works, 6 Victoria road ; H. Henderson & Son! 

leather merchants 
Ladybank Mill, 34 Mid st. ; Anderson & Glass, spianers and manufacture]] 
Ladywell Calender Works Co. , calenderers, packers, and sacksewers, 

Victoria road 
Lamg, Alexander, woodturner, 18 Blyth street 
Laing, Allan S., tobacconist and stationer, 115 Perth road 
Laing, David C. C, of John Laing & Sons, 3 AVestfield pi., Bro'ty Ferr 
Laing, James, engineer, 2 M 'Vicar's lane / 

Laing, John, & Sons, jutespinners and powerloom linen manufacturers 

Dens Road Factory, and Stobswell Works ; office, 10 Panmure stree 
Laing, John, of John Laing & Sons, Kellyfield, near Dundee j 

Laing, John, printer, 4 Mid street I 

Laing, John, tailor, 8 Bellfield lane 

Laing, Robert, builder, 82 High street ; Ii. 3 Greenfield place 
Laing, Robert, grocer and wine merchant, 89 High st. ; /;. 24 Garland pi 
Laing, Robert, brassfinisher, 28 Balfour street 
Laing, Thomas, potato merchant, 88 Annfield road 
Laing, William R. , of John Laing & Sons, Kellyfield, near Dundee 
Laing, Mrs Alexander, 8 Ferry road 
Laing, Mrs Alexander, grocer, 43 Alexander street 
Laing, Mrs Margaret, 13 Balfour street 
Laing, Mrs, dressmaker and milliner, 94 Nethergate 
Laing, Miss Isabella M., mantle and dress maker, 80 Nethergate 
Laing's Patent Overhead Handstitch Sewing Machine Co., Limited, 5 

Laird & Alexander, indiarubber merchants, 67 Commercial street 
Laird, Alexander, clerk, 8 Panmure street ; h. Lawrence st., B. Ferry 
Laird, Alexander, grocer and spiritdealer, 127 Hilltown ; h. 125 
Laird, Andrew, overseer, 2 Arbroath road 


AIRD, DAVID, jun., joiner, 2 Cherr5rfield lane. See Adv. 

laird, David, mason, 2 Cherryfield lane 

AIRD, GEORGE, graindealer, 22 Cowgate ; h. 39 Rosebank st. See Adv. 

raird, J. M., solicitor, 62 Commercial st.; h. Mylnefieldfarm,Invergowrie 

aird, Robert, mason, 68 Ure street 

laird, Thomas, mechanic, 68 Albert street 

Laird, Wm. C, grocer and wine merchant, 84Hawkhill ; h, 12 Peddie st. 
Laird, W. P., & Sinclair, nurserymen, seedsmen, and florists, 73 Nether- 
gate ; nurseries, Broughty Ferry and Monifieth 
Laird, Mrs John, 125 Hilltown 
Laird, Miss, machinist, 31 Princes street 
Lamb, Alexander C. , of Lamb & Co. , 8 Garland place 
Lamb, Alex., statioimiaster, West Station; A. Station bldgs., S. Union st. 
Lamb, Alexander, clerk, 19 Isles' lane 

Lamb, Alex. , engineer. Sanitary depart. , West Bell st. ; h. 9 King's rd. 
] Lamb & Co., hotelkeepers and confectioners, 64 Reform street 
Lamb, David, detective inspector, Police chambers. West Bell street . 
Lamb, George S., of Lamb & Scott, 1 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Lamb, James A., teacher, 37 Todburn lane 
Lamb, James W., of Lamb & Co., 6 Garland place 
Lamb, John, 37 Todburn lane 
Lamb, John, draughtsman, 5 Melrose terrace 
Lamb, Peter, carter, 32 Long wynd 

Lamb, Robert, of Robert Lamb & Co., Ravenscraig, Ferry road 
Lamb, Robert B., blacksmith, 11 Lilybank road 
iLamb, Robert, coachman, 4 Shepherd's loan 
(Lamb, Robert, & Co., merchants, Victoria chambers, 12 Victoria road 

iLamb, Samuel, mechanic, 4 Kinnaird street 
Lamb & Scott, linen manufacturers, Brechin ; office, 12 Victoria chambers 
(Lamb, William, cloth merchant, 3 Thorter row 

LAMB, Mrs SUSAN, billposter,14 New Inn entry; /i.25Nethergate. See Adv. 
Lamb, Mrs Thomas, Lamb's Hotel, 64 Reform street 
Lamb, Mrs, 168 Hilltown 

Lamb, Miss Eliza, Lamb's Hotel, 64 Reform street 
Lamb's Temperance Hotel, 64 Reform street 

Lambert, John, merchant, Baltic buildings ; h. 5 Somerville place 
Lambert, Mrs, 63 Main street 

Lambie, David, minister. Catholic Apostolic Ch. ; h. 2 Viewforth place 
Lamond, Alexander, clerk. East Station ; h. 17 Arklay street 
Lamond, Alexander, of T. & A. Lamond, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Lamond, Andrew, 11 Forebank road 
Lamond, Charles, carter, 14 St Mary's place 
Lamond, David, enginedriver, 5 Mountpleasant 
Lamond, John, newsagent, 65 Princes street ; k. 1 Middle street 
Lamond, Peter, joiner, 25 Hawkhill 

Lamond, Robert, grocer and wine mer,, 51 and 53 Mains rd. ; h. 2 Hill st. 
Lamond, Thomas, of T. & A. Lamond, 4 TaymouthpL, Broughty Ferry 
Lamond, T. & A. , plasterers and slaters, 6 Trades lane, and Brook st. , 

Broughty Ferry 
Lamond, Mrs Thomas, 143 Nethergate 
Lament, Angus, fireman, 44 Constable street 


Lament, James, patternmaker, 9 South George street I I|L)*i 

Lament, John, harbour porter, 20 Baffin street J Im 

Lamont, William, enginedriver, 1 Lowden's alley, Hawkhill 

Lancett, David, pastrybaker, 41 Hawkhill 

Lancett, Thomas, clothier, 3 Reform street ; h. Rose villa, Downfield 

Land, William, frenchpolisher and furniture dealer, 48 Blackness road 

h. 52 Kincardine street 
Landsman, William, 6 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Lang, Peter, hairdresser, 145 Hawkhill ; h. 5 Mountpleasant 
Lang, Rev. Robert, 1 Tay square 

Langlands, David, of D. & W. Langlands, 6 Hean's lane 
Langlands, David, joiner, 86 Albert street 
Langlands, D. & W., machine-screw makers, 8 Hean's lane 
LANGLANDS, GEORGE, wood merchant and shuttle and picker maker 

161 Hilltown; sawmill, 50 James street; h. 229 Hilltown. See Adv, 
Langlands, James B., ironturner, 18 Peter street 
Langlands, James S., house proprietor, 4 St Mary street 
Langlands, James, house proprietor, 19 Langlands street 
Langlands, James H., architect, 19 Langlands street 
Langlands, James, baker, 8 Hunter street 
Langlands, James, sawyer, 3 Springhill, Ferry road 
Langlands, Peter, hairdresser, 20 Hunter street 
Langlands, Robert, mason, 16 Dallfield terrace 
Langlands, William, of D. & W. Langlands, 6 Hean's lane 
Langlands, William, teacher, 4 St Mary street 
Langlands, Mrs, dressmaker, 38 Elizabeth street 
Langlands, Mrs, 13 Strawberrybank 
Langlands, Mrs, 51 Main street 

Larchfield Works, Walton street; J. Prain & Son, spinners and manufs 
Larg, James, bootfinisher, 9 Kinloch street 

Laskie, Wm. , drysalter and spice mer. , 35 Commercialst. ; h. 132 Hawkhil 
Latto, David, greengrocer, 46 Catherine street 
Latto, George, slater, 8 Strathmai'tine road 
Latto, Robert, shipmaster, 27 Step row 

Latto, Robert, spirit merchant's assistant, 34 Catherine street 
Latto, W. D., editor, People's Journal, 7 Bank street; A. Albyn cottage, 

Shamrock street, Maryfield 
Latto, William S., warehouseman, 28 South Tay street 
Lauder, David, clerk, Nat. Bank of Scot., Hilltown ; /;. 40 Blackscroft 
Lauder, Peter D., art teacher; studio, 1 32a Nethergate; A . 6 Havelock pi. 
Lauder, William T., butler, 41 Rosebank street 

Laurie, Alexander, managing clerk, Alex. Low & Son ; A. 3 S. George st. 
Laurie, Alexander, police constable, 9 Baffin street 
Laurie, James, & Son, landscape gardeners, 2 Blackness orescent 
Laurie, Rev. Robert, James' U.P. Church, Bell street ; h. 7 Beechwood 

terrace, Westpark road 
Laurie, William, canvasser. Mutter, Howey, & Co. , Taybridge Station ; 

h. 33 Arbroath road 
Lavery, Robert, dyer, 14 Ogilvie's road 

Law, Alex., clerk. Commercial Bank ; h. Ogilvy cottage, Auchterhouse 
Law, Alexander, baker, 18 Hunter street 


^aw, Alexander P., slater, 60 Kemback street 
\jXW, Andrew, joiner, 4 Isla street 
^aw, David, slater, 33 Cowgate 
[.Law, Frank, joiner, 40 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
™ jaw, James C., clerk, 19 Cowgate ; h. 7 Viewforth street 
* jaw, James, milloverseer, 1 Hunter street 

jaw, James, ship and house carver, Marine parade ; A. 52 Watson street 
jaw, James, marine engineer, 7 Baffin street 
jaw, Janet, of Law & Murray, 19 Lady well place 

jaw, John, tinsmith. Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; h. 26 Victoria street 
jaw, Mary, dressmaker, 26 Victoria street 
jaw & Murray, confectioners, 19 Lady well place 
jaw, Thomas, currier, 51 Lochee road 
™ jaw, William, of Alexander & Law, 6 Lawrence street 
'* jaw. Miss, 30 King's road 

jawless, Michael, plasterer, 22 Hean's lane ; h, \% Kincardine street 
Lawrence, Alexander, coal merchant, 30 and 32 West wynd ; h. 2 Water- 
loo place, Annfield road 
Lawrence, Charles, fireman, 22 Wolseley street 
Lawrence, David, teacher, 96 Dens road 
Lawrence, George, & Son, coal merchants, 48 Step row 
Lawrence, George, of George Lawrence & Son, 29 St Peter street 
Lawrence, John, dispenser. Royal Infirmary 
Lawrence, John, of George Lawrence & Son, 29 St Peter street 
Lawrence, John P. , 6 Havelock place 
Lawrence, Robert, carter, 7 William street, Forebank 
Lawrie, W. R. , landscape gardener, 35 North Ellen street 
Lawrie, Mrs Annie, 2 Park terrace 
"is Lawrie, Mrs Thomas, confectioner and fruiterer, 238 Overgate ; h. 236 

Lawson, Alexander, butcher, 38 Scouringburn 
liil [.AWSON, ANDREW, chemist and druggist, 65 Perth road ; h.\ 76. See Adv. 
Lawson, Archibald, draper, 21 Union street ; h. 199 Perth road 
Lawson, Charles S., printer, 7 Cowgate 
Lawson, Charles, mason, 23 Catherine street 
Lawson, David S., of William Lawson & Sons, 11 Thomson street 
g8i Lawson, David, 2 Somerville place 

Lawson, David, butcher, 24 Princes street ; h. 12 Erskine street 

Lawson, George, porter, 1 M 'Vicar's lane 

Lawson, James B., wine and spirit merchant, 106 and 108 Overgate 

' and 27 South Lindsay street ; h. 3 Windsor place 

Lawson, James R. D. , housef actor and insurance agent, 87 High street ; 

h. Kinloch place. 111 Hawkhill 
Lawson, .James, clothier and draper, 21 and 25 Union street; h. 20 Kilnbum 

place, Newport 
Lawson, James, porter, 30 Rosebank street 
Lawson, James, flaxdresser, 24 Parker street 
Lawson, Jane C., lodgings, 20 Union street 
Lawson, John S., of William Lawson & Sons, 224 Perth road 
Lawson, John, manager, J. G. Murdoch & Co., Ltd., manufacturers, &c., 
I Arcade buildings, King street ; h. 3 King's road 
Lawson, John, overseer, 63 Main street 


Lawson, Mary J, , teacher, 222 Perth road 

Lawson, Peter, shipsteward, 13 Rosefield street 

Lawson, Robert, of William Lawson & Sons, 18 Union place, Perth rd 

Lawson, Robert, builder, Thorn place, 247 Blackness road 

Lawson, Thomas G., joiner, 118 Ann street 

Lawson, William, & Sons, rope, twine, and sail makers, tarpaulin an« 

waterproof cover manufacturers, Tay Rope Works, 2 Thomson st, 
Lawson, William, of William Lawson & Sons, 224 Perth road 
Lawson, William, jun., of Wm. Lawson & Sons, 33 Stanley pi., Steproy 
Lawson, William, joiner. Gas Works ; h. 19 Ferry road 1 

Lawson, William, ironmoulder, 6 Derby street 
Lawson, Mrs Eliza, 45 Princes street 
Lawson, Mrs Isabella, 19 Constitution road 
Lawson, Mrs James, 14 King .street 
Lawson, Mrs, furniture dealer, 33 Hunter street ; h. 31 
Leaburn, Mich. , fish mer. and auctioneer, Fishm'ket and 50 Hilltown; A. 52 
Leabum, William D., fishdealer, 24 Crichton street 
Leabum, William, slater, 34 Dallfield walk 
Leadbetter Brothers & Co. , linen manufacturers, 53 Meadowside 
Leadbetter, John, of Leadbetter Brothers & Co., Lismore, Bro'ty Ferry 
Leamionth, John, & Son, boot and shoe manufacturers, 89 and 95 Over 

gate, 20 Victoria road, 44 Princes street, and at High street, New 

port ; factory, 9 Lamb's lane 
Learmonth, John, of John Learmonth & Son, High street, Newport 
Learmonth, John, jun., of John Learmonth & Son, 29 Mains loan 
Learmonth, William, bootmaker, 41 Wellgate ; h. 48 Victoria road 
Leask, George, cashier, 47 Yeaman shore 
Leask, Mrs Elizabeth, 3 Dalhousie terrace 
Le Burn, Miss, matron. Royal Infirmary 
Leddy, Mary, confectioner, 8^ Daniel street 
Leddy, Matthew, spiritdealer's assistant, 8 Blackness street 
Lee, CroU, & Co., engineers and machinemkrs., Lawside Foundry, Lochee 
Lee, David R., 2 Buckingham terrace 

Lee, Georgina, Arcade buildings. King street < 

Lee, James, calenderer, 27 Ogilvie's road ■ 

Lee, John, tenter, 118 Ann street 

Lee, John F., of Lee, CroU, & Co., 25 Constitution street 
Lee, Robert A. M., clerk, D. P. & L. Shipping Co. ; h. 6 Shore terrace 
Lee, Robert, carver, 219 Overgate 

Lee, William, house proprietor, 60 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Lee, William, manager, Hillbank Works ; A. 20 Caldrum street 
Lee, Mrs John, 61 Cowgate 
Lee, Mrs Margaret, 17 Dudhope street 
Lee, Mrs William, 25 Constitution street 

Lee, Miss Christina, milliner, 193 Hilltown ; A. 17 Dudhope street 
Lees, James, mechanic, 3 Scott street 
Lees, John, mechanic, 3 Laing street 
Lees, Samuel, wholesale and retail genei'al hardware and fancy goods 

merchant, and importer of French and German goods, 17, 81, 83, and 

85 Overgate, and 35 Panmure st. ; A. Livelybank house,Boimybank rd. 
Legg, George, steamtug owner, 1 Commercial street 


■Lieggatt, Henry, clerk, Forebank terrace 

iLieggatt,Wm. ,millmanager, Manhattan Works; h. Salisbury pi. ,3Baffin st, 

Leggatt, Mrs, fishdealer, 9 Temple lane 

;uegge, Rev. Alexander, St Andrew's Parish Church; h. 17 Albany ter. 

Leighton, Alexander, manager, Old Mill, Tay Works ; h. 132 Hawkhill 

^eighton, David, wine and spirit merchant, 76, 78, and 80 Seagate; 
h. 5 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry 

^eighton, David, labourer, 97 Princes street 

Leighton, James, joiner, Lorimer street 

Leighton, James, carpenter, 12 Alexander street 

leighton, John, brakesman, Waverley buildings, Peddie street 

leighton, William, jun., cashier, Stobsmuir cottage, Pitkerro road 
I jteighton, William, confectioner, 10 Scouringburn 
il/eighton, Mrs, 10 Victoria chambers 

ILeipnik, Miss S., cigar importer, tobacconist, and dealer in fancy goods, 
i'lT 47 Dock street ; h. Arcade buildings, 42 King's road 
Bjeishman, Alexander, labourer, 43 Princes street 

I jeishman, William, yarndresser, 4 Park street 

jeitch, Andrew, of Ireland, Leitch, & Co. , Hillcrest, Newport 

jeitch, Andrew, stationer and tobacconist, 20 Ann street and 4 Alex- 
ander street ; h. 29 North Wellington street 

jeitch, Charles D., butcher, 3 Cochrane street 

jeitch, John, wine and spiritdealer, 47 Castle street ; h. 3 Castle lane 

jeitch, John, labourer, 25 Craigie street 

jeith, Allan, bookseller and stationer, 216 Hawkhill 

jcith Brothers, bootmakers, 37 Hawkhill 

jcith, James, of Leith Brothers, 52 Westport 

jeith, Thomas, of T. & A. Leitli, Temple place 

jeith, T. & A., wholesale and retail drapers, tailors, and clothiers, 18 
and 20 Westport 

jeith, Mrs Ellen, 9 Tay Street lane 

lENG, JOHN, & CO., printers and publishei's, Dundee Advertiser office, 
7 to 25 Bank street. See Adv. 

jeug, John, of John Leng & Co., managing proprietor and editor of 
Dundee Advertiser, Kinbrae, Newport 

jennox, Mrs Agnes, lodgings, 6 Castle court 

jeonard, John, irontumer, 31 Charles street 
eonard, Mrs J., 27 Victoria road 

eslie, Alexander, ship and ornamental carver, 37 Exchange street ; h. 4 
East King street, Broughty Ferry 

icslie & Halley, drapers, 199 Hawkhill 

Leslie, James, ilesher, 7 Ireland's lane 
eslie, John M'Laren, dockgateman, 15 Grove street, Springhill 

teslie, John, 15 Union place, Perth road 

Leslie, J. A., 7 Park terrace 

Leslie, John, confectioner, 88 Constable street 

/eslie, Wm. M. , printer. Courier & Argus ; h. Rosefield pi. , Blackness rd. 

ieslie, William, lorryman, 3 Hilltown 

jeslie, William, shoemaker, 27 Victoria road 
eslie, Mrs James, Hermonhill, 21 Perth road 

ijesslie, Alexander, hairdresser, 23 Wellgate ; A. 24 Forebank road 


Lesslie, Ann, hosier, 18 Castle street ; h. S Garland place 

Lesslie, Charles, clerk, 8 Garland place 

Lesslie, David K. , hairdresser and perfumer, 59 King st. ; A. 1 10 Victoria r( 

Lesslie, James G., mechanic, 12|- Mortimer place, Mortimer street 

Lesslie, Peter, porter, 2 St David's lane 

Lesslie, William, shipping clerk. Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 

Lesslie, Mrs, 8 Garland place 

Lesslie, Mrs, 2 Melrose terrace 

Letters, Patrick, M.B., CM., physician and surgeon, 55a Hawkhi.__. 

134 Victoria road, and 181 Blackness road ; A. 2 Forebank road ^IJ: 
Leuchars, Alexander, carpenter, 24 Crichton street 
Lewer, Charles, clerk, 30 Isles' lane 
Lewis, Alexander, timekeeper, 15 Graham place 
Lewis, Edwin, bricklayer, 38 Lilybank road 
Lewis, John, watchmaker, 76 High street 
Lewis, Robert, collector, 8 Meadowside ; h. 2 Roslin terrace 
Lewis, Thomas M., weighing clerk, 7 Brown Constable street 
Leys, Alexander, mechanic, 4 Melrose terrace 
Liberia, Consul for — D. F. Robertson, 30 Dock street 
Lickely, Robert, builder and joiner, 220 Perth road ; h. 218 
Lickley, Alexander T., housefactor, 10 Rosefield street 
Lickley, Robert, clerk, 2 India buildings ; h. 10 Rosefield street 
Liddle, Grindlay, wholesale pictureframe maker, 32 King's road ; h. 2f 
Liddle, John, joiner, 185 Princes street 

Liddle, William, cattledealer, 142 Strathmartine road ; k. Denny 
Life Association of Scotland, 3 India buildings ; Arch. Smith, secretar 
Lightfoot, Mrs F. H., 51 Meadowside 
Lightfoot, Miss, teacher. Ladies' School, 7 Ward road 
Lilburn, Jessie, dressmaker, 31 Trades lane ; h. 33 
Lilburn, John, grocer, 45 Lochee road ; h. 51 
Lilburn, Robert, hay and straw importer and grain merchant, 156 Sei 

gate ; h. 33 Trades lane 
Lilybank Foundry ; Pearce Brothers, engineers 

Linck, Moeller, & Co. , flax and hemp merchants, 3 Rl. Exchange court' 
Lind, Robert, fine art and furniture dealer, 38 King street 
Lindberg, Otto M., of RoUo & Lindberg, Garland villa, Newport 
Linder, Luke, brickbuilder, 128 Blackness rd.; A. 55 South st., St Andrew; 
Lindsay, Alexander, merchant, 35 Cowgate ; A. 4 James place, B. Ferry 
Lindsay, Alexander C, architect, 19 Annfield street 
Lindsay, Alex., provision mer., 36a vSouth Tay st. ; A. 3 Nelson st., Pert! 
Lindsay, Alexander, mason, 38 North Church street 
Lindsay, Alexander, warehouseman, 93 Cowgate 
Lindsay, Alexander, senior, cabinetmaker, 5 Mountpleasant 
Lindsay, Alex., junior, clerk, 10 St Andrew's st. ; A. 5 Mountpleasant 
Lindsay, James, joiner and contractor, 212 Hilltown ; A. 7 Balfour stree 
Lindsay, Charles B., collector, Gas Office ; A. 10 Roslin terrace 
Lindsay, David, clerk. Constable Works; A. Greenbank, WestNewpon 
Lindsay, Elizabeth, ironer, 56 Blackscroft 
Lindsay, Frederick, tailor, 41 William street 
Lindsay, Graham L., tinsmith, plumber, and gasfitter, 7 Blackness roan 

and 12 Scouringburn 


lindsay, Isabella, cowfeeder, 38 Strathmartine road 

lindsay, James H., of Fleming & Lindsay, 28 South Wellington street 

Lindsay, James, warehouse keeper, 7 Cowgate 

Lindsay, James, 7 Kinloch' place, Hawkhill 

Lindsay, James S., engineer, 36 Milnbank road 

Lindsay, James, joiner and contractor, 212 Hilltown; h. 7 Balfour street 

Lindsay, James, joiner, 1 Leng street 

Lindsay, James, gardener, Hazelhall lodge, Perth road 

Lindsay, Jessie, dressmaker, Hazelhall lodge, Perth road 

lindsay, John, of J. & R. Lindsay, 8 Dudhope terrace 

lindsay, John, slater, 34 Mid street ; h. 13 Dallfield terrace 

lindsay, John, accountant, 5 Bank street ; A. 4 Gowrie place 

lindsay, John, house proprietor, 25 Polepark road ; h. 86 Nethergate 

Lindsay, John, clerk, Royal Bank, Murraygate ; li. 5 Airlie terrace 

Lindsay, John, horse slaughterer, 154 Lochee road 

Lindsay, John T., grocer and wine mer., 16 Union st. ; h.W Panmure st. 

Lindsay, John, manager. Mid Street Mill ; h. 41 Dallfield terrace 

|Lindsay, John, joiner, 21 Stirling street 

Lindsay, John, baker, 45 Arbroath road 

Lindsay, Joseph, of Urquhart, Lindsay, & Co., 4 Somerville place 

iLindsay, J. & R., merchants, 6 Panmure street 

Lindsay & Low, wholesale confectioners, and bread and biscuit manu- 
facturers, Tay Works, Allan street 

Lindsay, Patrick, late H.M. Customs officer, 8 Forfar road 

Lindsay, Peter, traveller, 4 Kinnaird street 

Lindsay, Richard, joiner, 8 Shepherd's loan 

LINDSAY, ROBERT, & CO., fireclay and terracotta manufacturers ; luorks, 
Lilliehill, Dunfermline ; office, Yeaman shore ; Piobert Small & Co. , 
agents. See Adv. 

Lmdsay, Robert, of J. & R. Lindsay, 8 Dudhope terrace 

Lindsay, Robert, grocer, 15 Ann sti-eet ; h. 13 

Lindsay & Scott, glass merchants, glaziers, and zinc and lead wmdow 
makers, 42 and 44 Barrack street 

Lindsay Street Works, Lindsay street; John Henderson & Sons, spinners 
and manufacturers 

Lindsay, Thos. , of Lindsay & Scott, Rose cot. , Maryfield ter. , E. Newport 

Lindsay, Thomas, joiner, 2 Easson's angle 
y Lindsay, William, of Lindsay & Low, Miltonbank, West Ferry 

Lindsay, William, of Butchart, Lindsay, & Co. 8 Dudhope terrace 
j( Lindsay, William L., potato merchant, 31 S. Wellington street ; h. 33 

Lindsay, William R. , draughtsm'an, Lilybank Foundry ; k. Gibson 
terrace. Mains loan 

Lindsay, William R. , hacklemaker, 26 Alexander street 
JLindsay, Wm. H., grocer and spirit merchant, 44 Gellatly street ; h. 50 
."Luidsay, William, grocer, 55 Albert street 

Lindsay, William, packer, 8 Benvie road 
, Lmdsay, William A., factory clerk, 4 Lilybank road 

Lindsay, William, carter, 93 Nethergate 

Lindsay, William, labourer, 27 Craigie street 

Lindsay, Mrs David, manglekeeper, 12 Rosebank street 

Lindsay, Mrs James, 8 Dudhope terrace 



Lindsay, Mrs Jolin, grocer and spirit merchant, 92 Cowgate ; h. 94 

Lindsay, Mrs John, 60 StrathmartLne road 

Lindsay, Mrs Robert, 2 William street. King street 

Lindsay, Mrs Wm., grocer and wine merchant, 134 Hawkhill; h. 132 

Lindsay, Mrs William, lodgings, 5 Reform street 

Lindsay, Mrs, 12 Lawrence street 

Lindsay, Miss Catherine, dressmaker, 5 Reform street 

Lindsay, Miss Jane, professor of music and singing, 5 Airlie terrace 

Lindsay, Miss, grocer, 17 Harriet street 

Linley, Francis, painter, 7 Baxter street 

Linn, John, dairyman, Roslin cottage, Clepington road 

Linton, Alexander, carpenter, 71 Albert street 

Linton, William, calenderer, 118 Ann street 

Lipman & Co. , merchants, Meadowside Calender ; office, 25 Albert squarl 

Lipton, Thomas J., provision merchant, 8 and 10 Murraygate 

Lister, William, carpenter, 68 St Andrew's street 

Lister, Mrs Mary, 28 Long wynd 

Lithgow, Misses, 138 Nethergate 

Little, John, beamer, 21 Jamaica street 

Little, William J. , insurance agent, 69 North Wellington street 

Littlejohn, David Harrower, M.A. (Oxford), 27 Bank street ; h. SFintrj 

place, Broughty Ferry 
Littlejohn, David S., of D. S. & T. Littlejohn, clerk to Police Commis 

sioners and School Board of Bro. Ferry; h. Balgillo cottage, Bro. Ferrj 
Littlejohn, D. S. & T., solicitors and notaries public, 27 Bank street 
Littlejohn, Jas. J. , tchr. , CamperdownL'n. Wks. School ; A. 4 Wilkie's lan( 
Littlejohn, James, warehouseman, 1 Paterson street 
Littlejohn, Thomas, of D. S. & T. Littlejohn, Corona villa, Barnhill 
Littlejohn, Mrs E. , newsagent and bookseller, 14 High st. ; h. 5 Windsor pi 
Littlejohn, Mrs J., confectioner, 83 Lochee road 
Littlejohn, Mrs Margaret, 1 Stanley place, Step row 
Littlejohn, Mrs, 2 Cowrie place 

LIVERPOOL and London and Globe Fire and Life Insurance Co. See Adv 
Livie, Archibald, moulder, 3 Lowden's alley 
Livie, David, boatbuilder, Victoria dock ; h. 31 Exchange street 
Livie, David Brown, jun., boatbuilder, Victoria dock; h. 151 Victoria rd, 
Livie, David, grocer, 17 Alexander street 
Livingston, William, shipmaster, 16 Bell street 

Livingston, William, 2 Airlie terrace '*. 

Livingston, Mrs, 24a Hawkhill 

Livingstone, Alexander, potato merchant, 53 Hospital wynd 
Livingstone, Alexander, fireman and church-officer, 21 Charles street 
Livingstone, George L. , traveller, 68 Dudhope street 
Livingstone, John, millforeman, 10 Cleghorn street 
Livingstone, William B., printer, 108 Hill town 

Lloyd's Agency OSice, 33 Dock street ; W. Buchan Ritchie, agent j '. 
Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping, 54 Commercial street y 

G. P. Cooper and John Sturrock, surveyors 
Loch, John, caretaker. Glebe Lands Public School ; h, 4 Glebe street ; ■ 
Lochhead, Samuel, baker, 57 North Church street : 

Lochhead, Mrs, draper, 8 Blackness road ' 


gaocke, Robert, teacher, Blackscroft Public School ; h. 14 Paton's lane 
QjOckhart, William, draper, 140 Princes street ; h. 142 
Lofley, William, shipmaster, 62 Ferry road 
Logic Calendering Co., Edward street, Scouringburn 
Logic Spinning Co., Logic Works ; office, 1 King street 
Logie, Jas., insurance broker, 67 Reform st. ; A. Kilnburn villas, Newport 
Logic, John, bootmaker, 19 Peddie street 
Loguc, Daniel, bootmaker, 168 and 170 Overgate ; h. 77 
London and Belfast Tea Company, tea merchants, 50 Westport 
Loudon Clothing Company, tailors, clothiers, and drapers, 114 Murray- 
gate ; J. W. Lyall, manager 
LONDON and General Plate Glass Insurance Company. See Adv. 
LONDON and Lancashire Life Assurance Co., 20 Panmure street ; P. C. 

Piggot, local manager. See Adv. 
London and Newcastle Tea Co., 75 Overgate and 13 Wellgate 
Loney, Alison C, clerk, 42 King's road 
Loney, Mrs Ann, laundress, 27 Perry road 
Longair, John P., Lawmill cottage, Coldside 
Longair, William, of James Paterson & Co. , 21 Albany terrace 
Longmuir, W. F., agent for Royal Liver Society and General Fire and 

Life Insurance Co. , 93 Victoria road ; h. 84 Commercial street 
Longmuu", Mrs, confectioner, 129 Blackness road; h. 76 Ure street 
Lonie, John, water inspector, 16 Ktnloch street 
Lonie, George, engineer, 110 Victoria road 
Lord, George H., machinery auctioneer and valuator, and fire assessor, 

68 and 70 Cowgate ; h. Ferry house, Broughty Ferry 
Lordbum, The, Spinning Co., spmners of hemp, flax, and tow yarns, 

twines, &c., 3 Coupar's alley; works, Lordburn, Arbroath 
Lorimer, Adolphus, strawbonnet and millinery warehouseman, 231 

Overgate; h. 253 Blackness road 
Lorimer, Alexander, overseer, 10 Annfield row 

Lorimer, James, strawhatter, 6 Murraygate ; h. Sandridge cot., Moniiieth 
Lorimer, John, strawbonnet, millinery, and fancy goods warehouseman, 

37 Reform street ; h. 1 Taymouth place, Broughty Perry 
Lorimer,Robt. , milliner and strawhat maker, 1 ISMurraygate; h. 7Balgayst. 
Loring, Oliver, electrical engineer, 19 Airlie place 
Lounan, Mrs Anne, 22 Airlie place 
Low, Alexander, & Son, spinners and manufacturers, Hillbank Linen 

Works ; office, 2 India buildings 
Low, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 34 King street ; h. 6 Victoria 

place, West Ferry 
Low, Alexander, messenger. Bank of Scotland ; k. 24 Bank street 
Low, Alexander, blacksmith, 91 Hospital wynd 
Low, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 114 Murraygate 
Low, Alexander, carpenter, 21 Miller's wynd 
Low, Alexander, railway guard, 6 Isla street 
Low, Alexander, joiner, 44 Catherine street 

Low, Andrew B., of Alexander Low & Son, Guthrie Castle, Guthrie 
Low, David, jute and flax spinner, Ann Street Works, and Keath Mill, 

Blairgowrie; office, 1 Royal Exchange pi. ; h. II Clarendon terrace 
Low, Da\'id, millmanager. Upper Dens Works ; h. 15 Nelson street 



Low, David J., manager, The Victoria Road Calendering Co. ; h. Home 
lodge, Broughty Ferry ( 

Low, David, draughtsman, Glebe place, 44 Lilybank road 

Low, David, blacksmith, 10 Rosefield street 

Low, David, mechanic, 22 Blackscroft 

Low, David, joiner, 159 Ann street 

Low & Duff, engineers, brassfounders, coppersmiths, and galvanizers, 
Albert Machine Works, 146 Overgate, and Albert Foundry, Lochee 

Low, George, shoemaker, 24 Todburn lane 

Low, George, milloverseer, 43 Princes street 

Low, George, joiner, 26 Kidd street 

Low, G. & A. , joiners and funeral undertakers, .31 Overgate and 14Bank st. 

Low, H. D., clerk, 32 Cowgate ; h. 1 Gowrie street 

Low, James F. , machbiemaker, Monifieth Foundry ; place of call, 20 
Castle street ; h. Seaview, Monifieth 

Low, James, agent. Town and County Bank, Limited, 5 Albert square ; 
h. Hazel villa, 22 Paton's lane 

Low, .James, of Lindsay & Low, Mountrosa, Broughty Ferry 

Low, James S. , manufact. and merch. , 39 Cowgate ; h. 10 S.Wellington st. 

Low, James, bootmaker, 6 Albert street ; h. 4 

Low, James, blacksmith, 36 Dundonald street 

Low, James H., calenderer, 18 Bell Street lane 

Low, .James, hacklemaker, 32 North Church street 

Low, James, seaman, 6 Bell street 

Low, James, ironturner, 24 Forfar road 

Low, John, & Co., drapers, milliners, and dressmakers, 25 to 31 Wellgate 

Low, John, of John Low & Co., 2 Laurelbank 

Low, John, coal and hay merchant, 13 Bell street ; h. 7 S. Ellen street 

Low, John, greengrocer, 19 Baxter street ; h. 21 

Low, John, clerk, 16 Elizabeth street 

Low, John, blacksmith, 42 William street, Forebank 

Low, John, blacksmith, 36 Constable street 

Low, John, 1 1 Roslin terrace 

Low, John, leathercutter, 16 Fairley place, Clepington road 

Low, Maggie C. , teacher, Dudhope Public School ; h. 91 Hospital wynd 

Low, Peter, greengrocer, 103 Princes street - ' 

Low, Robert, of Low & Duff, Albert house, 37 Nethergate 

Low, Robert, bootmaker, 43 Main street 

Low, Thomas, teacher, West-End Academy ; h. 6 Lamb's lane 

Low, Wm. , &Co. , wholesale grocers and winemerchts. , 1 1 and 13 Hunter st. ; 
branches, 304 Perth road, 87 Ure street, 47 William street, 63 Sea- 
gate, 29 Victoria road, and 56 South road, Lochee 

Low, William, Advertiser office ; h. 11 Reform street 

Low, William, sen., 25 Thomson street 

Low, William, of Willfam Low & Co. , 4 Airlie terrace 

Low, William, tailor, 84 Albert street ; h. 86 

Low, William, cowfeeder, 18 North street ; 7i. 20 

Low, William, warehouseman, 17 Lawson place 

Low, William, dairyman, 20 Nelson street ; /(. 22 ^ 

Low, William, assistant millmanager, 13 Victoria street ^ 

Low, William, coachman, 9 Tay Street lane 



low, Mrs Alexander, Tay Park, Perth road 
ilow, Mrs Charles, 2 Dalhousie terrace 
flow, Mrs Elizabeth, manglekeeper, 14 Tindal's wynd 
;low, Mrs James, Annan terrace, 19 South Wellington street 
, low, Mrs Mary, 46 Dudhope street 
low, Mrs Peter, 111 Rosebank street 
I Low, Mrs Thomas, 10 Airlie terrace 
low, Mrs, 5.3 Walton street 
Low, Misses, 2 Hawkhill place 
JLowden, Lewis, tailor, 4 Kinloch street 
'Lowden, Maurice, laboiirer, 15 Paterson street 
Lowden, Robert, draper, 2 Graham place 

LOWDEN, WILLIAM, photographer, 10 Constitution terrace. See Adv. 
jLowden, William, tailor, ii Lowden's alley 
JLowden, William, cabinetmaker, 2 St David's lane 
Lowden, William, cab proprietor, 142 Hilltown 
Lowden, Mrs Alexander, 2 Cherryfield lane 

Lowden, Mrs David, wine and spirit mer. , 8 Greenmarket; /; . 1 1 S. Union st. 
Lowden, Mrs P. K., 2 Meadow entry 

: Lowden, Mrs Peter, Magdalen place. North Clepington road 
Lowdon, Edward J. B., electrical engineer, 104 Commercial street ; h, 

12 Garland place 
LOWDON, GEORGE, scientific instrument maker, 65 Reform street ; A, 

Downfield. See Adv. 
Lowdon, John W., electrician, 65 Reform street; A. Downfield 
Lowe, David, & Co., sailcloth and linen merchants, 7 Rl. Exchange court 
Lowe, David, of David Lowe & Co., Beach house Broughty Ferry 
Lowe, Edward, draper, 90 Dudhope street 
Lowe, Frederick S., clerk, 8 Daniel street 

Lowe, James, draughtsman, 81 Murraygate ; A. 3 Moimtpleasant 
Lowe, John, cork manufacturer, 41 Strathmartine road ; A. 43 
Lowe, Robert, professor of dancing, 51 Yeaman shore 
Lowe, Robert, inspector of works, 3 Mountpleasant 
Lowe, William S., clerk, 51 Yeaman shore 

Lowe, Mrs T., wine and spirit merchant, 45 Strathmartine road ; A. 43 
Lower Dens Works, St Roque's lane ; Baxter Bros. & Co., flaxspinners 
Lower Pleasance Mill, 22 Milne's West wynd ; Geo. B. Simpson, spinner 

and manufacturer 
Lownie, Jessie, grocer and confectioner, 191|^ Hilltown ; A. 108 
Lownie, William, slater, 209 Hilltown ; A. 211 
Lownie, Mrs William, confectioner, 211 Hilltown 

Lowrie, James S. , hardware and china merchant, 300 and 302 Hawkhill 
Lowrie, William, pipemaker, 20 Blackness road ; A. 9 
Lowson, Agnes, dairykeeper, 21 Elizabeth street 
Lowson, David, bootmaker, 22 Ann street ; A. 89 Hospital wynd 
Lowson, David M., 27 Constitution road 

j Lowson, David, gateman, Camperdown dock ; A. 30 Grove st., Springhill 
Lowson, George, silkmercer, furrier, skin merchant, &c., 36, 38, and 40 

Reform street; A. 2 Raton's lane 
Lowson, George, assistant School Board officer ; A. 4 Rosefield street 
Lowson, Henry, mechanic, 24 North Ellen street 


Lowson, James, joiner, 2 Roslin terrace. Court street 

Lowson, John, & Son, merchants, 107 Murraygate 

Lowson, John,accountant, Commercial Bank ; h. Hawthornbank, Camoust 

Lowson, Peter, tailor and clothier, 17 and 19 Reform street ; h. Esth( 

cottage, Westfield lane 
Lowson, William, of John Lowson & Son, Graybank, 166 Nethergat( 

and Balthayock, near Perth 
Lowson, William, jun. , of Watson & Lowson, Taymount, West Ferry 
Lowson, Mrs George, wine and spirit merchant, 29 Constitution rd. ; A. 2' 
Lowson, Mrs William, 53 Dudhope street 
Lowson, Miss Marion C, 15 Albany terrace 
Lucas, Miss, lodgings, 32 Castle street 

Luckie, Charles, glazier, joiner, and picture framer, 156 Hawkhill 
Luhrs, George, 37 Albert square ; A. 3 Cumberland pi., Broughty Ferry i 
Luhrs, Hermann, of Brandt & Luhrs ; A. 1 Cedar villas, Broughty Ferry ; 
Luis, John Henry, of Jaff6 Brothers & Co., Cidhmore, Perth road 
Luis, John H., jun., clerk, JafFd Brothers & Co. ; A. Cidhmore, Perth rd 
Luke, David, of Young & Luke, 17 North Wellington street 
Luke, James, of Kinmond, Luke, & Co., Craigmount, Harecraig 
Luke, James, draper, 60 Wellgate ; A. Greenlaw place 
Luke, John L., of Kinmond, Luke, & Co., Invercraig, near Dundee 
Luke, John D. , insurance and commission agent, 4 Park terrace 
Luke, J. Alexander, merchant, 10 Panmure st. ; h. 9 James pi., B. Ferry 
Luke, Robert S., clerk, 1 Springhill 
Luke, William, confectioner, 94 North Caldrum street 
Luke, Mrs, lodgings, 7 Parker street 
Lumley, Frank, manager. National Telephone Co. ; A. Tay st. , Newport 
Lumsden, Arthur, labourer, 10 Pitfour street 
Lumsden & Cowley, calenderers, bagmakers, and packers, Bernard! 

Street Calender, 27 Bernard street 
Lumsden, David, of Lumsden & Cowley, Mary cottage, Broughty Ferry 
Lumsden, James, planemaker and edge-tool dealer, 20 South Lindsay 

street; A. 32 Dudhope street ; 

Lumsden, John, blacksmith, 3 Kinnaird street 

Lumsden, John, collector, Scottish Legal Society ; A. 1 Mountpleasant 
Lumsden, John, powerloom tenter, 3 Ann street 

Lumsden, Robert, cabinetmaker, 6 Small's lane i 

Lumsden, Thomas, commercial traveller, 42 King's road 
Lumsden, Thomas C, clerk, Shore Dues office; A. 110 Victoria road 
Lumsden, Wm. , foreman. Harbour Works ; A. South quay, Victoria dock 
Lumsden, William, machine grinder, 1 North William street 
Lumsden, Walter, shoemaker, 3 Kinnaird street 

Lunan, Alexander, dairyman, 65 Albert street ; A. Westmarch, Balmuir 
Lunan, Alexander, calenderer, 21 South Ellen street 
Lunan, Mrs, greengrocer, 294 Perth road 
Lundie, Alexander, broker, 31 Lochee road ; A. 27 
Lundie, R. H. , bookseller and stationer, 27 Reform st. ; A. 7 Westfield lane 
Lundie, Mrs J. , bookseller and stationer, 27 Reform st. ; A. 7 Westfield lane 
Lyall, A. B., & Co., merchants, 1 Royal Exchange place 
Lyall, A. B. , of A. B. Lyall & Co. , 7 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Lyall, David, railway servant, Glebe place, 38 Lilybank road 


yall, James W. , manager, London Clothing Co. ; h, 18 S.Wellington st, 

yall, Margaret, waste merchant, 57 Cotton road 

yall, Robert, powerloom manager. Constable Works ; h. Greenlaw pi. 

yall, Robert, spmtdealer, 110 Blackscroft ; h. 62 

yall, Thomas, fruit and fish merchant, 7 Greenmarket; h. 4 Butcher row 
Lyall, William, lieutenant of police, 2 Easson's angle 
Lyall, William, fish and fruit merchant, 19 Hilltown ; h. 4 Butcher row 
lyall, Mrs J. , 29 Rosebank street 
ilyall, Mrs George, dressmaker, 40 Princes street 
lydou, Peter, gardener, 5 Robertson street 

ILyell, Gilroy, & Co. , jutespinners, Monifieth ; office, 3 Panmure street 
'Lyell, Miss Betsy, dressmaker, 143 Nethergate 
Liynch, James, carter, 26 St Roque's lane 
jynch, Joseph, teadealer, 40 Watson's lane 

ijynch, Owen, spiritdealer, 40 Scouringbum ; h, 220 Blackness road 
^ynch. Miss, dressmaker, 74 Blackness road ; /;. 80 
^ynn, David, drill instructor, H.M.S. Unicorn ; h. 6 Benvie road 

you. Rev. David, teacher of languages, &c., 31 Reform street 

yon, David M., grocer, 49 Hill street; ^.12^ Mortimer place 
Lyon, George, seaman, 123 Princes street 

Lyon, Jas. W. , joiner and funeral undertaker, 12 Jamaica st. ; h, 87 Ann st. 
L.yon, John F., General Post Office ; h. 1 Gowrie place 

lyon, John M., chemist and druggist, 119 Murraygate ; /(. 37 Stanley 
place. Step row 

.yon, William, storekeeper, 5 Ogilvie street 

lyon, Mrs William, 16 Bell street 
, Liyon, Mrs, 25 North Lindsay street 

^'Adam, George, warehouseman, II Middle street 
ML'Ainsh, Duncan & James, joiners, case and box makers, 76 Albert st. 
tf 'Ainsh, Duncan, of D. & J. M'Ainsh, 76 Albert street 
J '^I'Ainsh, James, of D. & J. M'Ainsh, 76 Albert street 
' yi'Allister, John, officer, S. Paul's Episcopal Church ; h. 87 High street 
VI'AUister, Miss Henrietta, dress and mantle maker, 87 High street 
VI'Andi'ew, Alex., police constable, Western Police Stn., 194 Scour'burn 
M 'Andrew, Alexander, warehouseman, 7 Victoria street 
i\I 'Andrew, Mrs, broker, 13 Elizabeth street 
Macansh, James, bootmaker, 76 Ovei'gate ; /;. 3 Thorter row 
VI'Ara, Alexander, coppersmith, plumber, and tinsmith, Victoria dock ; 
/i. 17 Springhill place 
Ara, Andrew, carter, 25 Caldrum street 
^'Ardley, Joseph, waste merchant, 18 Blackness road ; h. 54 
M'Arthur, David, police sergeant, Western Police Stn., 194 Scour'burn 
Si 'Arthur, Jane, baker, 71 Hawkhill ; h. 25 Isles' lane 
M'Arthur, John, city missionary, 25 Isles' lane 

(M'Arthur, John, & Co., billposters and circular deliverers, 7N. Lindsay st. 
M'Arthur, William, coffeehouse keeper, 188 Scouringburn 
■ M'Arthur, Mrs Jane, grocer, 176 Blackness road 
M'Arthur, Mrs Janet, 1 Mountpleasant, Hawkhill 

I^'ARTNEY, J., millfurnisher, general ironmonger, tinsmith, gasfitter, and 
plumber, 51 to 55 Westport ; uiorkshop, 6 Blinshall street. See Adv. 



M'Artney, Mrs James, Hollybank, 7 Panmure terrace 

M'Bain, Donald, street porter, 3 Vault 

M'Bain, George, 94 Commercial street 

M'Bain, Henry, plasterer, 12 Raglan street 

M'Bain, John, engineer, 40 Lilybank road 

M'Bain, William, tailor, 10 Annfield street 

M'Bay, David, sergeant of police, 119 Lochee road 

M'Beath, John, seaman, 15 Tannadice street 

M'Beth, D., & Son, plasterers, 20 Raglan street 

M'Beth, David, of D. M'Beth & Son, 6 Raglan street 

M'BURNEY, WILLIAM, china merchant, 79 Murraygate ; h. Bank bui 

Lngs, King's road. See Adv. 
M'Cabe, Peter, baker. Thorn place, 249 Blackness road 
M'CafFary, Thomas, currier, 34 Rosebank road 
M'Cafferty, Thomas, shoemaker, 1 Horsewater wynd 
M'CafFerty, Elizabeth, grocer, 149 Princes street 
M'Caffray, Bernard, tobacconist, 58 South Tay st. and 45 Scouringbun 

h. 28 Polepark road 
M'Caffray, Thomas, cabinetmaker and house furnisher, 31 Westport 

h. Waverley buildings, Peddle street 
M'Call, Andrew, blacksmith, 88 Rosebank street 
M'Call, Ann, grocer, 24 Small's wynd 
M'Call, Thomas, painter, 7 Blackness street 
M 'Galium, George, mechanic, 98 Albert street 
M'Callum, James H., commercial traveller, 16 North Ellen street 
M'Cann, Peter, grocer, 38 James street; h. 36 
M'Cann, Peter, shoemaker, 4 Urquhart street 
M'Carrie, Wm., bootmaker, 49 Rosebank street; h. 10 Rosebank roac 
M'Cash, Robei't, blacksmith, 35 Strathmartine road; h. 6 Mid road 
M'Cauley, Mrs, confectioner, 274 Hawkhill 
M'Cauly, Thomas, of Kydd & M'Cauly, 98 Albert street 
M'Cheyne, John, clothier, 76Nethergate ; h. Bramblebank, W. Newpoi 
M'Clacherty, John D., porter. Parcels depart., T.B. Station; h. 3 Craig s 
M 'Combe, George, compositor. Courier & Argus office ; h. 68 Peddie st 
M 'Combe, Thomas, fireman, Arch Mill ; h. 168 Blackness road 
M'Combie, Andrew, warehouseman, 10 South George street 
M'Combs, Mrs, 11 Blackheath place, Hawkhill I 

M'Connell, Patrick, wine and spirit merchant, 217 Hilltown ; h. 248 
Maconochie, Lauchlan, draper and clothier, 86 Princes street ; h. 153 ! 
M'CormackjJas. ,eggand buttermerchant, 40 James st. ;/;. 22 Mortimer st| 
M'Cormack, John, grocer and beer mer., 14 Mortimer st. ; h. 21 Glamis st. 
M'Cormack, Peter, glass stainer, artist, and decorator, 94 Hilltown; A. 96 
M'Cormack, Peter, bootmaker, 7 Lawson place 
M'Cormack, Richard, broker, 230 Overgate 
M'Cormack, Samuel, tenter, 8 Main street 

M'Cosh, R. Neaves, M.A., M.D., superintendent, Royal Infirmary 
M'Cosh, Misses, 20 Airlie place 

M'Crae, John, manager, Gas Works ; h. Peep-o'-Day house, 13 Ferry rd. 
M'Crae, William, assistaiit manager. Gas Works; h. Rose cottage. 

West Newport . j 

M'Creery, John, coal merchant, 10 Johnston's lane ; h. \Q Lawrence stj 


M'Crone, John, family baker, 55 Wellgate ; h. 1 Morrison's court 
M'Culloch, Alex., A.M.I.C.E., civil engineer, architect, surveyor, and 

valuator, 22 Euclid crescent 
M'Culloch, John, pianoforte tuner, 142 Perth road 

M'Culloch, John W., baker, 137 Perth road ; /(. 19 Stanley pi.. Step row 
M'Culloch, Peter, blacksmith, 98 Albert street 
M'Culloch, Robert, of Mackay & M'Culloch, 63 Derby street 
M'Culloch, W. J., confectioner, 141 Hawkhill ; h. 6 Annfield row 
M'Culloch, Mrs Catherine, confectioner, 2 Watson street 
M 'Curdy, Bernard, grocer and spiritdealer, 23 Ann st. ; h. 29 Powrie pi. 
M 'Daniel, Peter, grocer and spiritdealer, 4 Scouringburn ; ^. 9 Hawkhill 
M'Dermott, Rev. Augustine, St Mary's R.C. Chttrch ; h. 22 Powrie place 
Macdiai'mid, Finlay, registrar of births, &c. , 16 King st. ; h. 3 S. Tay st. 
Macdonald, Alex. .1., haberdasher, 61 Commercial st. ; h. Rustic place, 

63 Constitution road 
Macdonald, Alex. , merchant and manuf r. , 33 Albert sq. ; h.\5 Springfield 
-Macdonald, Alex. , factory manager, Scott St. Linen Works ; h. 3 Scott st. 
Macdonald, Alexander, milloverseer, 18 Lawrence street 
M'Donald, Alex., manager, Victoria Model Lodging House, 161 Overgate 
M'Donald, Alexander, fireman, 4 Mid street 
M'Donald, Angus, blacksmith, Ellen place, 7 Lyon street 
M'Donald, Chas. H., wine and spirit mer., I Westport ; h. 225 Overgate 
Macdonald, Colin, manager, Institution for the Blind, 59 Magdalen green 
M'Donald, Daniel, late shipmaster, 214 Overgate 

Macdonald, David, coal and coke mer. , 21 Long wynd ; h. 28 Carmichaelst. 
1i Macdonald, David, housef actor, 1 M'Donald street 
M'Donald, David, seaman, 133 Princes street 
M'Donald, David J., mechanic, 13 North Church street 
M'Donald, David, house proprietor, 19 Todburn lane 
M'Donald, David, office porter, Tay Works ; h. 18 Hunter street 
M'Donald, Donald, cashier, Caledon Ship Yard ; h. 14 Forfar road 
Macdonald, Duncan, 24 Thomson street 
Macdonald, D. & D. , grocers and wine merchants, 38 and 40 Dundonald st : 

h. Thomson's place, 3 Charles street 
M'Donald, Frank, mason, 36 Catherine street 
M'Donald, George, lapper, 11 Elizabeth street 
M'Donald, George, tailor, 245 Locliee road 
M'Donald, George, blacksmith, 126 Princes street 
M'Donald, George, grocer, 8 Lawrence street 

Macdonald, Henry, merchant, 2 Bain square ; h. 32 Thomson street 
M'Donald, Hugh, clothier and outfitter, 2 Wellgate and 18 Panmure st. ; 

h. 36 Thomson street 
M'Donald, Hugh, tanner, 50 Dallfield walk 

Macdonald, James, wine and spirit mercht., 77 Rosebankst. ; A. 7 Stirling st. 
M'Donald, James, joiner and undertaker, 26 Powrie pi. ; h. 42 Forebank rd. 
M'Donald, James, messenger-at-arms, 44 High street ; h. 16 Bank street 
M'Donald, James, printer, 194 Blackness road 

M'Donald, James, grocer, 56 Dallfield walk ; h. 63 M'Donald street 
M'Donald, James, mechanic, 33 Stirling street 
M'Donald, James, clerk. Bank Mill Works ; h. 10 Fleuchar street 
M'Donald, James, pastrybaker, 45 Forebank road ; h. 22 S.William st. 


Macdonald, James F., ship draughtsman, Grove place, 185a Perth roa 

M'Donald, James, & Co., rice millers, &c., 68 Cowgate 

Macdonald, John B. , commission merchant, Rankine's court ; A. St John: 

wood terrace, Westpark road 
Macdonald, John C. , merchant, tarpauling manufacturer and waterproc 

cover maker, 7 Cowgate 
Macdonald, John, irontumer, 4 Roslin terrace 

M'Donald, John, wine and spirit mercht., 17 Constable st. ; ^.7Wallaces 
M'Donald, John, coal merchant, 39 Union street, Max. ; h. 8 Caldrum stj 
M'Donald, John, grocer and spiritdealer, 215 Hawkhill ; h. 73 Aimfield rd, 
M'Donald, John, grocer, 36 Fleuchar street 
M'Donald, John, confectioner, 23 Crichton street 
M'Donald, John, police constable, 13 Stirling street 
M'Donald, John, traveller, 22 Willison street 
M'Donald, John, tenter, 32 North Ellen street 
M'Donald, Menzies, general dealer, 3 Vault 
Macdonald & Muir, cabinetmakers, upholsterers, funeral undertakers, 

and removal contractors, 69 and 71 Nethergate 
M'Donald, Murdoch, police sergeant, 13 Baffin street 
M'Donald, M. F., milliner, dressmaker, and draper, 151 Perth road 
M'Donald, Norman, 13 Lyon place 
M'Donald, Peter, shoemaker, 35 Crescent street 
M'Donald, Peter, shoemaker, 69 Constable street 
M'Donald, Robert, grocer, 92 Annfield road ; h. 2 
M'Donald, Roderick, waiter, 32 Ash street 
M'Donald, Thomas, mason, 93 Nethergate 
Macdonald, William, jomer, 7 Balfour street 
M'Donald, William, provision dealer, 3 Rosefield st. ; h. 2 
M'Donald, William, fireman, 3 Wolseley street 
M'Donald, Mrs Alexander, 36 Nethergate 
M'Donald, Mrs Andrew, 100 Dens road 
M'Donald, Mrs George, 6 Arthur street 

M'Donald, Mrs Henry, sicknurse, 2 William street. King street 
M'Donald, Mrs James, 32 South Tay street 
M'Donald, Mrs Mary, fish merchant, 59 Murraygate; h. 61 
M'Donald, Mrs, caretaker, Butterburn School; h. 17 Wellrd.,Butterbum 
M'Donald, Mrs, 55 Walton street 
M'Donald, Mrs, 1 Leng street 
Macdonald, Miss Jane J., teacher, St Andrew's Sess. School, 2 William 

street ; ^. 9 Brown Constable street 
Macdonald, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 138 Scouringburn 
Macdougald, George D., public analyst for county of Perth, and bxirghs 

of Dundee, Forfar, Montrose, and Arbroath, 82 High street ; /;. 

Cadzowcastle, West Newport 
M'Dougall, Daniel, engmeer, 19 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
M'Dougall, Daniel, carpeiater, 3 Langlands street 
M'Dougall, John, clerk of works. Burgh engineer's office ; h. 93 Union 

place, Lochee 
M'Dougall, John, baker, 50 Polepai'k road ; h. 8 Lawrence street 
M'Dougall, John, baker, 11 BaiTack street 
M'Dougall, John, packer, 25 Clepington street 


Dougall, Peter, tailor, 60 Bell street 

M'Dougall, Peter, mechanic, 150 Hilltowii 

iVI' Dougall, William, surfaceman, 12 Dallfield terrace 
' M'Dougall, William, painter, 53 Caldrum street 

M'Dougall, Mrs P., 31 Back street 

M'Dougall, Mrs, stationer and tobacconist, 197 Victoria rd. ; A.26Densbrae 

M'Dougall, Miss Jessie, dressmaker, 2 M'Gill street 
I M'Dowell, Clotworthy, boot and sboe maker, 160 Hawkliill ; h, 158 
jDM'Dowell, Wm., crystal and cbina merchant and broker, 34 Jamaica st. 

Macerlain, John, tailor and clothier, 35 Cowgate 

M'Euan, Robert, tailor, 12 Thomson street 

M'Ewan, Alexander, tinsmith, 224 Lochee road 

M'Ewan, Alexander, superintendent, Boys' Home, W. Bell street 

MacEwan, David, M.D., CM., medical practitioner, 9 Tay square 

M'Ewan, David, painter, 35 Cotton road 

M'Ewan, David, bootmaker, 12 Westport ; h. 27 

M'Ewan, John, boilermaker, 100 Fovmdry lane 

M'Ewan, Patrick, accountant, 13 St Peter street 

M'Ewan, Peter, cowfeeder. East loan, Invergowrie 

M'Ewan, Mrs Alexander, matron, Boys' Home, West Bell street 

M'Ewen, James, calender overseer, 33 Victoria street 

M'Ewen, Mrs, 2 St David's lane 

M'Farland, William, lessee. Theatre Royal and Music Hall ; h. Tay view 
terrace, Newport 

Macfarlane, Alexander, Masonic place, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 

M 'Far lane, Alexander, milloverseer, 61 Strathmartine road 

M'Farlane, Alexander, blacksmith, 4 Annfield street 

Macfarlane, Andrew, overseer, Trades Lane Calender; /;. 2 Graham place. 
Princes street 

M'Farlane,Archibald, janitor,Hawkhill Public School ; h. Schoolbuildings 

M'Farlane & Co., coachbuilders, 19 Magdalen Yard road 

Macfarlane, David H., clerk, Cal. Railway ; h. 113 Brook st., B. Ferry 

M'Farlane, David, boilermaker, 12 Craigie street 

M'Farlane, David, blacksmith, 13 Rosefield street 

M'Farlane, George, joiner, 6 Dallfield terrace 

M'Farlane, Jas., goods superintdt.. East Station; h. 65 Commercial st. 

Macfarlane, James, compositor, 1 1 Annfield row 

Macfarlane, James, stampciitter, 42 St Mary's place 

M'Farlane, James, manager, Dundee Foundry ; h. Beach house, B. Ferry 

M'Farlane, Jas., horsedealer, Ryehill house, 6 Mid wynd 

M'Farlane, James, clubmaster, Western Club, 1 New Inn entry 

M'Farlane, John, architectural and monumental sculptor, stonecarver, 
marblecutter, and granite worker, 3 and 5 E. Dock st. ; ^. 6 Craigie st. 

Macfarlane, John A. G., overseer. Courier office ; //. 2 Kinnaird street 

Macfarlane, John, moulder, 41 North Wellington street 

Macfarlane, John, turner, 9 Tannadice street 

Macfarlane, John, wine and spirit mer., 79 and 81 Scouringburn ; h. 75 

Macfarlane, Lillias, of L. & M. Macfarlane, 12 Ferry road 

Macfarlane, L. & M., milliners and dressmakers, 12 Ferry road 

Macfarlane, Margaret, of L. & M. Macfarlane, 12 Ferry road 

M'Farlane, Peter, engineer, 74 Ferry road 


M'Farlane, Peter, 20 St Clement's lane 

M'Farlane, Robert, engineer, 36 Ferry road 

M'Farlane, Robert, of M'Farlane & Co., 6 Tait's lane 

M'Farlane, Robert, fireman, 32 Ann street 

M'Farlane, Thomas, blacksmith, 30 Ure street 

M'Farlane, Thomas, blacksmith, 34 Fleuchar street 

M'FARLANE, WILLIAM, dyer and sizer of warps and bundle yarns, Hey 

wood, near Manchester. See Adv. 
Macfarlane, Wm. , police sergt. , Western Police Station, 194 Scouringburn' 
Macfarlane, William, spiritdealer, 39 Lochee road ; h. 3 Cochrane street 
Macfarlane, Wm. D., milloverseer, Pleasance Works ; h. 9 West wynd 
Macfarlane, William, officer, Panmure Street Chapel ; /;. 16 Bell street 
Macfarlane, William, mason, 46 North George street 
Macfarlane, Mrs Alexander, lodgings, 65 Commercial street 
Macfarlane, Mrs Ann, 3 Hill street 
Macfarlane, Mrs, 23 Lawrence street 
Macfarlane, Miss Margaret, dressmaker, 22 Temple lane 
M'Faulds, Mrs, midwife, 20 Penny cook lane 
M'Fee, Peter, cabdriver, 120 Overgate 
M'Fee, Robert, mason, 10 Benvie road 
M'Fee, William, cab proprietor, 12 East Henderson's wynd 
M'Garry, Edward, coal merchant, 82 Cowgate 
M 'Garry, James, painter, 21 Kincardine street 
M 'Gavin, Alexander, mechanic, 37 St Salvador street 
M 'Gavin, Alexander, cook, 23 Crescent street 
M 'Gavin, David, baker, 206 Hawkhill ; h. 45 Miller's wynd 
M 'Gavin, Elizabeth, grocer, 62 Ovei-gate 

M 'Gavin, F. H., grocer and wine mercht., 99 Murraygate ; h. 74 Seagate 
M'Gavin, Rev. James R./Tay square U.P. Church ; h. Norwood crescent, 

Blackness road 
M'Gavin, Robert, Tannage court, 7 Cowgate ; h. Ballumbie 
M'Gavin, Robert E., & Co., merchants, 9 Royal Exchange lane 
M'Gavin, Robert E., of R. E. M'Gavin & Co., Tay cliff, Tayport 
M'Gibbons, Alexander, officer, Unitarian Church ; h. 53 Constitution rd. 
M 'Gibbons, Mrs, 7 East Henderson's wynd 
M'Gill, James, overseer, 62 North Church street 
M'Gill, James, di'aper, tailor, clothier, and milliner, 56 and 58 North 

Church street; A. 74 
M'Gill, James, paper- ruler, 22 Carmichael street 
M'Gill, John, boot and shoe maker, 4 Parker street 
M'Gillivray, Alexander, blacksmith, 303 Loons road 
M'Gillivray, Lowson, joiner, 233^ Hilltown ; h. 233 
M'Gillivray, Mrs, manglekeeper, 1 Derby street 
M'Gilvary, Catherine, manglekeeper, 94 Overgate 

M'Gilvary, George, clothier and tailor, 102 Overgate ; h. 19 High street 
M'Giverin, James, minor theatre proprietor, Seagate ; h. 3 Charles st. 
M'Glashan, Alexander, china merchant, 50 Blackscroft 
M'Glashan, David, fish and poultry dealer, 78 Scouringburn ; A. 75 
M'Glashan, James, jun., & Co., merchants, 23 Panmure street 
M'Glashan, James, jun., of Jas. M'Glashan, jun., & Co., 7 Mountpleasant- 
M'Glashan, Jas., manager, South Dudhope Works ; h. 7 Mountpleasant 


[ irGlashan, Lizzie L. , dressmaker, 31 Dallfield walk 

I'Glashan, Peter, mill and factory furnisher & commis. agent, 19 Ward rd. 

I'Glashan, William, plater, 75 Victoria road 

ji'Glashan, William, mechanic, 62 Princes street 
'Glashan, Mrs, milliner, 36 Dudhope Crescent road 
'Glashan, Barbara, dressmaker, 8 Hill street ; h. Pitempton cottage, 

/I'Glashan, Miss E., dressmaker, 19 Ward road 

\ 'Glashan, Miss Isa. , teacher, 7 Mountpleasant 

I'Gonagall, William, poet, 19 Paton's lane 

I 'Govern, Edward, grocer, 26 Small's wynd ; h. 2 Small's lane 

I'Govern, Mrs Bernard, grocer, 14 Union street, Maxwelltown 

I'Gowan, Hugh, tenter, 67 North Wellington street 

i'Grady & Christie, wholesale grocers, 6 to 12 North Lindsay street 

il 'Grady, Henry, of M 'Grady & Christie, Seymour lodge, 235 Perth rd. 

iI'Gregor, Alexander, painter, 133 Princes street 

d'Gregor, Alexander, hammei-man, 24 Hunter street 

kl'Gregor, Alexander, machinist, 80 Constable street 

klacgregor & Bald, linen merchants, British Hotel buildings. High street 

a'GREGOB & BALFOUB, shuttle and picker makers and millfumishers, 

Gowan's court, 21 North Tay street. See Adv. 
y['Gregor, Colin, blacksmith, 74 Constable street 

VI 'Gregor & Co. , fire- engine hose manufs. , Mid St. Works ; oj^ce, 2Indiabdgs. 
VE'Gregor, Daniel, draper's assistant, Courthouse buildings 
Vl'Gregor, David, cofi'eehouse manager, 16 St Clement's lane 
M'Gregor, David, of M'Gregor & Balfour, Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 
M'Gregor, David, builder, 21 Jamaica street 
M'Gregor, David, porter, 6 Derby street 

M'Gregor, David, telephone lineman, 22 Union place, Perth road 
M'Gregor, Donald, boot and shoe maker, 186 Perth road ; h. 184 
M 'Gregor, Duncan, wine and spirit merch. , 57 and 58 Dock st. ; A. 1 7 Airliepl. 
M'Gregor, Duncan, confectioner, 128 Hawkhill; h. 1 Lowden's alley 
M'Gregor, Duncan, fireman, 6 Smellie's lane 
M'Gregor, Francis, sen., gatekeeper, 10 Ogilvie's road 
IM 'Gregor, Francis, jun., manager, Miln Street and Bower Mills ; h. 

Gladstone place, 32 Dudhope Crescent road 
M'Gregor, Geoi'ge, commission merchant, and agent for State Steamship 

Co., 62 Commercial street ; h. 20 Airlie place 
M'Gregor, James, butcher, 117 Hawkhill ; h. 122 
M'Gregor, James, agent for Wheeler & Wilson, 40 Victoria road ; 

h. 3 King's road 
M'Gregor, James, stationer, 139 Hawkhill; /;. 50 Peddie street 
Macgregor, John, waste merchant, 6 James street ; h. 38 Ann street 
Macgregor, John, coal merchant, 4 South Wellington street 
M'Gregor, John, wine and spirit merchant, 58 and 60 James street ; h. 

20 Caldrum street 
M'Gregor, John, traveller, 25 South Lindsay street 
M'Gregor, John, surfaceman, 29 Step row 
M'Gregor, John, bellhanger, 54 King street 

M'Gregor, John, woodturner, 29 Queen street ; /^. 34 North Lindsay st. 
M'Gregor, John, of M'Gregor & Co., West Newport 




M'Gregor, John, pawnbroker, 199Locheerd. ; h. 20 Whorterbank, Locb 

M'Gregor, Peter, Courthouse keeper, and bar-officer, Sheriff Cour 
h. Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 

M'Gregor, Peter, mason, 7 Rosebank road 

Macgregor, Robert C. , of Macgregor & Bald, Alpine cottage, W. Newpo: 

M'Gregor, Robert, stereotyper, 41 William street, Forebank 

M'GREGOR, ROBERT S., hosier and glover, 45 Reform street ; h. 2 Hun- 
place, Broughty Ferry. See Adv. 

M'Gregor, Thomas, furniture dealer, 41a Hawkhill ; h. 38 Hunter stree 

M'Gregor, Walter, superintendent. Public Baths ; A. 3 Craig street 

M'Gregor, William, clerk, S. Dudhope Woi'ks ; h. 10 Rosefield street 

M'Gregor, William, draper, 115 Victoria road 

M'Gregor, William, tobacconist and stationer, 80 Princes street 

Macgregor, Mrs Hector, bookseller and stationer, 86 High street ; h. 8'3 

M'Gregor, Bella A. C, teacher, 13 St Peter street 

M'Gregor, Jessie M. , confectioner, 29 Princes street ; h. 3 Crescent st. 

Macgregor, Mrs, teacher (private classes for ladies of neglected educa- 
tion), 33 Cowgate 

M'Grigor, James, Rustic place, 1 Dudhope street 

Macguckin, John, grocer and wine merchant, 25 Lower pleasance ; 
h. 3 Ramsay street 

Macguckin, Peter, grocer and spiritdealer, 264 Hawkhill ; h. 105 

M'Guire, John, butcher, 74 Scouringbum ; h. 5 Kincardine street 

M'Guire, Patrick, slippermaker, 25 Lochee road 

M'Guire, Mrs Mary, spiritdealer, 70 Dudhope street ; h. 19 James st 

Machan & Co. , shipstore merchants, 53 and 54 Dock street 

Machan, John, shipbroker, King William dock ; //. Bellevue, W. Ferry 

Machan, William N. , ship store merchant, 53 Dock street ; h. 5 Douglas 
terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Machar, William, 26 North George street 

M 'Hardy, Alexander, carter, 42 St Mary's place 

M 'Hardy, Chas. , grocer and spirit mer. , 41 Albert st. ; h. 40 Kemback st. 

M'Hardy, Edward, grocer and wine merchant, 70 Ann street ; h. 68 

M'Hardy, E. & R., grocers and teadealers, 16 Ann street 

M'Hardy, James, clerk, Forebank terrace 

M'Hardy, Robert, grocer and wine merch., 96 Hawkhill; h. 4 Balfour st. 

M'Hugh, Jas., joiner and undertaker, 72 Blackness rd. and 31 Scour'bn. 

M'Hutcheson, Robert, storekeeper. Gas Works ; h. 125 Ferry road 

M'llraith, Margaret, 27 Victoria road 

M'Inally, James, joiner, cabinetmaker, and packingcase maker, 66 
Hilltown ; /;. 29 

M 'Lines, Geo., factory manager, Tay Works ; h. Arcade bldgs., King st. 

M'Inroy, John, mason, 64 Peddie street 

M'Liroy, William, feuar, 72 Hilltown 

M'Intosh, Alexander, confectioner, 4 Gellatly street 

M'Intosh, Andrew, managei-, Wellgate CofFeerooms, 8 Wellgate ; h. 6 

M'Intosh, Andrew, of M'Intosh Brothers, 37 Gellatly street 

M'Intosh, Andrew, grocer and wine mer. , 25 Victoria st. ; h. 1 Lamb's lane 

M'Intosh, Angus, joiner, 4 North Tay street 

M'Intosh, Brothers, china and glass merchants, 32 Greenmarket 

M'Intosh, Charles, mechanic, 4 Shepherd's loan 


M'Intosh, Charles, assurance agent, 68 James street 
M'Intosh, Charles, mechanic, 8 Ben vie road 
M'Intosh, Daniel, mechanic, 93 Lochee road 

M'Intosh, David H., meal merchant, 142 Hawkhill ; h. 1 Mountpleasant 
JM'Intosh, David, butcher, 34 Dundonald street ; h. 12 
M'Intosh, David, ropespinner, 14 Kinnaird street 
M'Intosh, David, insurance agent, 17 Glamis street 
jiM'Intosh, David, fireman, 94 Ferry road 
M'Intosh, Donald, grocer andspiritdlr., 135 Hawkhill ; ^. 11 Kincardine st. 
M'Intosh, Donald, porter, 35 Baxter street 

M'Intosh, Donald, millmanager, Lower Dens Works ; h. 5a William st. 
M'Intosh, Donald, seaman, 24 St Roque's lane 
M'Intosh, Donald, jun., 6 Alexander street 
M'Intosh, Duncan, bottler, 83 Milnbank road 
M'Intosh, Elspeth, teacher, 10 Blackness street 

M'Intosh, George, tobacco manufacturer, 22 Westport ; h. 7 Viewforth st. 
M'Intosh,' George, calenderer, 31 North Wellington street 

" Intosh, George, fireman, 12 Hill street 
M'Intosh, George, 47 Annfield road 
M'Intosh, George D., fireman, 32a Arbroath road 
M'Intosh, Gilbert, insurance agent, 7 Rosefield street 
M'Intosh, Henry G. B., colporteur, 1 Melrose terrace 
M'Intosh, Hugh, baker, 20 Penny cook lane and 221 Hawkhill ; h. Stanley 

place. Step row 
Macintosh,Jas.,pastrybakerandconfec.,9Bellfield lane; ^.4 Temple lane 
M'INTOSH, JAMES, leather merchant and boot manufacturer, 29 King 

street ; h. 34 North Lindsay street. See Adv. 
las M'Intosh, James, tobacco manufacturer, 22 Westport; fi. 18 
M'Intosh, James, cattledealer, 1 Coupar's alley 
M'Intosh, James, millmanager, 28 Isles' lane 

M'Litosh, James, ofiicer, James' U.P. Church ; h. 28 Euclid crescent 
M'Intosh, James G., telegraph lineman, N. B. Railway ; h. 10 W. Dockst. 
M'Intosh, James, road surfaceman, 15 Paterson street 
M'Intosh, James, porter, 114 Murray gate 
M'Intosh, James, jun., leather cutter, 10 North Ellen street 
M'Intosh, James, mechanic, 84 Murraygate 
M'Intosh, James, teadealer, 41 Cowgate ; h. 36 Ferry road 
M'Intosh, James, inspector of police, 66 Union street, Maxwelltown 
M'Intosh, John, engineer, 54 Princes street 
" 'Intosh, John, engineer, 20 Baffin street 
M'Intosh, Margaret, grocer, 20 Craigie street 
M'Intosh, Peter, cloth measurer, 26 Victoria street 
M'Intosh, Peter, warehouseman, 68 James street 
M'Intosh, Peter, coal merchant. West Station ; h. 3 Taylor's lane 
M'Intosh, Peter, draper, 3 Kincardine street 
M'Intosh, Robert W. , vandriver, 2 Roslin terrace 

M'Intosh, Robert, shipmaster, D. P. &L. Ship. Co. ; h. Logic Toll cottage 
M'Intosh, Thomas, sail, rope, twine, tarpaulin, and waterproof cover 

manufacturer, 51 Magdalen green ; h. 9 vSpeed's terrace, Tait's lane 
M'Intosh, Wm., assistant inspr. of weights and measures, 62 Caldrum st. 
M'Intosh, William, shiprigger, 44 Ferry road 


M'Intosh, William F., shiprigger, south side of Victoria Graving dock ; 

h. Daisybank, Maryfield 
M'Intosh, William, foreman. Gas Works ; h. 51 Crescent street 
M'Intosh, William, dairykeeper, 6 N. Church st. ; h. 40 N. George st. 
M'Intosh, Mrs Alex., lodgings, 25 South Lindsay street 
M'Intosh, Mrs G., ladies' nurse, 47 Annfield road 
Macintosh, Mrs John, confectioner, 171 Hawkhill and 24 Westport ; 

A. 6 Bellfield lane 
M'Intosh, Mrs John, 9 Brown Constable street 
M'Intosh, Mrs Naomi, spirit merchant, 27 Blackness road; h. 11 

William street, Scouringburn 
M'Intosh, Mrs Robert, china merchant, 44 Union street, Maxwelltown 
M'Intosh, Miss Betsy, manglekeeper, 33 Lawrence street 
Macintyre, Angus, of Macveigh, Macintyre, & Co., Homebank, W. Ferry 
M'Intyre Brothers, bleachers and yarn merchants ; office, 30 Meadowside; 

works, Baluniefield 
M'Intyre & Co., spinners and manufacturers. Erichtside Works, Blair- 
gowrie ; office, 29 Cowgate 
M'Intyre, Daniel, of M'Intyre & Sievwright, 41 Seafield road 
M'Intyre, David, of M'Intyre Brothers, 8 Duntrune ter., West Ferry 
M'Intyre, Donald, assurance agent, 32 Mains road 
M'Lityre, Jas., of W. A. M'Intyre & Co., Greenfield house, Pitkerrord. 
M'Intyre, James, of J. & J. M'Intyre, 4 Roxburgh ter., Westparkroad 
M'Intyre, James, shoemaker, 21 Dallfield walk 

M'Intyre, John, of J. & J. M'Intyre, 4 Roxburgh ter., Westpark road 
M'Intyre, J. & J., stockbrokers, 1 Royal Exchange court 
M'Intyre, Peter, aiictioneer and live stock salesman, 6 High street ; 

h. Denfind, Monikie 
M'Intyre, Peter, 4 Roxburgh terrace, Westpark road 
M'Intyre & Sievwright, accountants and stockbrokers, 13 Albert square 
M'Intyre, William, vice and deputy consul of the United States of 

Ajnerica, 81 Murray gate ; /?. 130 Seagate 
M'Intyre, William A., of W. A. M'Intyre & Co., Blairgowrie 
M'Intyre, William F., of M'Intyre Brothers, bleacher, Baluniefield 
M'Intyre, William, baker, 18 Caldrum street 

M'Intyre, William, blacksmith, 5 Idvies street ; h. 15 Dallfield walk 
M'Lityre, W. A., & Co., bleachers and yarn merchants, 29 Cowgate; 

works, Douglasfield | 

M'Intyre, Mrs John, 13 Maryfield terrace [ 

M'Intyre, Miss, dressmaker, 28 Long wynd ' 

M'Kaig, William, police constable, 7 Thistle street 

M'Kane, William, powerloom tenter, 20 Dura street ' 

Mackay, Adam, mason, 2 Ness street, Forebank 
M'Kay, Adam, street porter, 7 Tindal's wynd 

Mackay, Alexander, of Mackay & Mess, Rockknowe, Broughty Ferry 
Mackay, Alexander, joiner, 149 Scouringburn 
M'Kay, Alexander, ironfounder, 5 Baffin street 

M'Kay, Alexander, gi-ocer and spiritdealer, 67 Hill street ; h. SLengst. 
Mackay, Charles, contractor, 14 Smellie's lane 

Mackay, David, chemist and druggist, 47 Scouringburn ; fi.2 Union st. 
M'Kay, David, of M'Kay & M'CuUoch, 2 Russell street 


I ; ulackay, Donald, calenderworker, 5 Roslin terrace 

tl'Kay, Donald, draper, 188 and 190 Blackness road ; 7(. 2 Blackness st. 

tl'Kay, Donald, warehouseman, 4 Dock street 

»[ackay, George B. , of G. B. & W. S. Mackay, 49 Castle street, and Lome 
cottage, Tay street, New^Dort 

\[ackay, G. B. & W. S., watclnnakers and jewellers, 11 High street 
; \I'Kay, George, overseer, 11 Stirling street 

.il'Kay, George, fruiterer, 25 Constitution road ; /(. 35 

vI'Kay, George, moulder, Salisbury place, 89 Arbroath road 
il ilackay, James, relief agent, Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway, 65 

Commercial street ; h. 8 Derby place, Broughty Ferry 
a vlackay, James H., of J. Mackay & Son, 2 Union street 

vlackay, James, watchmaker, 2 Union street 
lyiid'Kay, James, grocer, 25 Union street, Maxwelltown ; h. 23 
le; il'Kay, James, coal merchant, 19 Elizabeth street ; /;. 33 Caldruni street 

iI'Kay, James, pedlar, 27 Charles street 
lii' ilackay, James, seaman, 2 Taylor's lane 

tiackay, John, minister. Catholic Apostolic Church ; /i. 20 Union street 

([•KAY, JOHN, butcher and cattledealer, 68 Wellgate ; A. 36 Victoria 
\ road. See Adv. 

►I'Kay, John, police inspector, 18 St Mary's place 
ri iI'Kay, John, quarryman, 82 Hill street 
lad tl'Kay, John, seaman, 25 Hill street 

dackay, J., & Son, painters, paperhangers, and decoratoi's, 42 Castle st. 
id kl'Kay, Kenneth, bookseller, and agent for Cassell & Co. 's publications, 

10 Hawkhill 
et; kl'Kay & M'CuUoch, blacksmiths and cartwrights, 146 Strathmartine rd. 
Mackay, Maggie, provision storekeeper, 153 Scouringburn ; h. 149 
Mackay, Margaret, outfitter, 3 N. Lindsay street ; A. 5 St Andrew's st. 

Mackay & Mess, chartered accountants, 104 Commercial street 
of il'Kay, Michael, carter, 34 Rose street 

^ackay, Neil, manager. Virtue & Co., publishers, 21 Reform st. ; h. 12 
Garland place 

ilackay, Peter, mason, 96 Dens road 

Vlackay, Robert F., agent, 6 High street ; h. 3 Magdalen Yard road 

jVlackay, Robert, bootcloser, 3 Thorter row 

|\Iackay, Robert B., grocer and tea merchant, 68 Ferry rd. ; h. 20 Baffin st. 

ivI'Kay, Thomas B., shipmaster, 4 Gowrie place 

Alackay, William, of J. Mackay & Son, 2 Union street 

Vlackay, William S., of G. B. & W. S. Mackay, 49 Castle street, and 

I Lome cottage, Tay street, Newport 

iVl'Kay, William, grocer, 73 Rosebauk street 

ML 'Kay, William, mason, 7 Harriet street 

vI'Kay, Mrs Catherine, grocer, 7 Milne's East wynd 

Vl'Kay, Mrs Isabella, laundress, 3 Parker's court, William street 

tfackay, Mrs John, 12 Tindal's wynd 

vI'Kay, Mrs Neil, 79 Commercial street 

vlackay, Mrs, manglekeeper, 8 Castle court 

vI'Kay, Mrs, cooking dep6t, 61 Maias street; h. 63 

vlackay, Miss Isabella, 2 Union street 

vI'Kay, Miss, dressmaker, 332 Hawkhill 




M'Kean, Alexander, 7 Victoria street 

Mackechnie, Angus, fireman, 2 Baltic street 

M'Kee, Thomas, overseer, 39 North Church street 

M'Keith, Alexander, labourer, 64 Kemback street 

M'Keith, James, brushmaker, 24 South Lindsay street 

M'Keith, John, stair-railer and cabinetmaker, 105 Hilltown ; h, 1 

North Ellen street 
M'Kelvie, Thomas, dyer, 5 Rosebank road 
M'Kelvie, Wm. R., cemetery architect, landscape gardener, and super 

of cemeteries and pleasure groimds, 13 Ward road ; A. 5 Melville ter 
M'Kendrick, Andrew, cartwright and blacksmith, 11a Bell street; h. 8' 
M'Kendrick, Andrew, joiner, 16 St Mary's place 
M'Kenna, James, spiritdealer, 29 Hawkhill ; h. 24a 
M'Kenna, Matthew, wholesale grocer and wine merchant, and sub 

postmaster, 68 and 70 Blackscroft ; h. 84 Commercial street 
M'Kenna, Peter, slipper manufacturer, 10 Ryehill lane 
M'Kenzie, Alexander, tenter, 23 Wolseley street 
M'Kenzie, Alexander, birdstuffer, 45 Crescent street 
M'Kenzie, Alexander, tenter, 35 Wilkie's lane 
M'Kenzie, Alexander S., clerk, 1 King street ; h. 30 Forfar road 
M'Kenzie, Charles, blacksmith, 22 Blackness road ; h. 1 William street, 

M'Kenzie, Charles, mechanic, 16 Kinloch street 
M'Kenzie, David B., grocer, 35 Wilkie's lane 
M'Kenzie, Donald, provision warehouseman, 63 Gellatly street 
M'Kenzie, Donald, rope and sail maker, 3 Taylor's lane 
Mackenzie, Geo. , manager. Royal Bank, Castle st. ; /;. Craig-lee, Harecrai 
M'Kenzie, George, shoemaker, 39 Princes street 
M'Kenzie, Hugh, mechanic, 9 Thistle street 
M'Kenzie, Hugh, coaldealer, 5 Bellfield lane ; h. 260 Perth road 
M'Kenzie, James, grocer, 52 Mains road ; 

M'Kenzie, James, salesman, Balbirnie terrace, 123 Victoria road 
M'Kenzie, James, stevedore, 40 Union street ; 

Mackenzie, John, msurance agent, 21 Beaconsfield place, 7 William st. 
Mackenzie, John A., stereotyper. Advertiser office ; /;. 21 Airlie place 
Mackenzie, John, gardener, Belmont house ; h. 27 Seafield road 
Mackenzie, John L. , 10 Peddie street 
Mackenzie, Joseph, blacksmith, 46 Kincardine street 
Mackenzie, Marshall, china, drapery, and fancy goods merchant, 150, 

152, and 70 Overgate ; A. 152 
Mackenzie, Murdoch, grocer, Avine and spirit merchant, 105Murraygate j 

h. 3 South Ellen street 
Mackenzie, Peter, clerk, 49 Castle street 
M'Kenzie, Peter, milloverseer, 2 Brown street 

M'Kenzie, Robert, wood carver, 7 Ireland's lane j jj 

Mackenzie, William, stockbroker, 13 Panmure street ; h. 10 Balgillqi- 

crescent, Broughty Ferry 
Mackenzie, William, of Glasgow, publisher and bookseller, 14 Union st. j , 

James Stevenson, agent 
Mackenzie, William, police constable, 53 William street, Forebank 
M'Kenzie, William, engineer, 9 Harriet street 

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I'Kenzie, William, teacher, Wallacetown Parish School ; /(. 13 Albert st. 

['Kenzie, William, grocer, 12 Tamiadice street ; h. 14 Wolseley street 

['Kenzie, William, upholsterer, 104 Nethergate 

['Kenzie, William, shiprigger, 26 Todburn lane 

['Kenzie, Mrs D., china merchant, 101 Perth road ; h. 103 

I'Kenzie, Mrs Jane, lodginghouse-keeper, 26 Union street 

['Kenzie, Mrs Margaret, grocer, 4 Thorter row ; h. 6 

I'Kenzie, Mrs Margaret, grocer, 80 Hilltown 
,j I'Kenzie, Mrs William C., Rustic place, 1 Dudhope street 
',| I'Kenzie, Mrs, 8 Lowden's alley 

lackenzie, Mrs, 20 Airlie place 

I'Keracher, Mrs, lodgings, 1 Westfield avenue 

I'Keran,John,justiceof peace officer, 29 Panmurest. ; h. 19 Blackness st. 
jIj I'Kettrick, John, yarndresser, 20 Ogilvie's road 

lackie, Alexander, assurance agent, 14 New Inn entry ; A. 68 Peddie st. 

lackie, Andrew D. , of Mackie & How, 36 North George street 

lackie, David, of Corrie, Mackie, & Co. , St Katharines, West Ferry 

lackie, David, wine and spirit mex'ch. , 42 Union st. ; h. 9 Westfield lane 

lackie, David, coal merchant, 98 Albert street ; h. 64 Kemback street 

lackie, David F., clerk, Caledon Ship Yard ; h. 45 Arbroath road 

lackie & How, builders and joiners, 11 Caldrum street 

lackie, Jas. , & Co. , Ltd. , wholesale provision merchts, 10 and 12 Charles st. 

lackie, Jas., ironmonger and blacksmith, 136 and 187 Princes st. ; h. 185 

lackie, James, of James Mackie & Co. ,Ltd. .Lewesof Fy vie, Aberdeenshire 

lackie, James, 33 Isles' lane, Hawkhill 

lackie, James, mason, 2 Bell street 

lackie, Peter W., jeweller, 24 Bank street 

lackie, Thomas, water inspector, Lawton reservoir 

lackie, William, 24 Bank street 

lackie, William, Salisbury place, 3 Baffin street 

lackie, William, waiter, Victoria sqiiare, 43 Nethergate 

lackie, Mrs William, professional cook, Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 

'I'Kinlay, James, milloverseer, 10 Benvie road 

'/['Kinlay, John, baker, 73 Lochee road ; h. 71 

I'Kinlay, John, carpenter, 19 Constable street 

/['Kinnes, Arthur, warehoixseman, 14 St Peter street 

iI'Kinnon, Alexander, enginefitter, 13 Graham place 

d'Kinnon, Daniel J., chemist and druggist, 116 Hawkhill ; h. 114 

iI'Kinnon, James, stower, 7 Mains road 

d'Kinnon, Samuel, overseer, Thorn place, 223 Blackness road 

dackison, William, F.R.I.B.A., F.S.A. Scot.,_C.E., &c., burgh siir- 
veyor, 79 Commercial street ; /(. 8 Constitution terrace 

il 'Lagan, George, plumber, 10 Bell street 

d'Lagan, George, mason, 39 Overgate 

d'Lagan, James, spirit merchant's assistant, 177 Victoria road 

d'Lagan, Thomas, coachbuilder, 67 Lochee road 
'Laggan, John, commission merchant, Calcutta buildings ; ^. St 

I Phillan's place, Newport 

vI'Laggan, John, coaldealer, 46 Rosebank st. ; h. Kirk entry, Wellgate 

d'Laggan, John, confectioner, 18 Hilltown ; li. 21 

d'Lagan, John, pilot, 113 Victoria road 



M'Laggan, Robt. , blacksm. andhorseshoer, 20 Kirk entry; h. 13 Graham j 

M'Laggan, William, late shipmaster, 1 Pennycook lane 

M 'Landers, Mrs Alexander, midwife, 88 Princes street 

M'Laren, Alexander, grocer and wine merchant, 288 and 290 Hilltow 

h. 19 William street, Forebank 
M'Laren, Alexander, overseer, 16 East Henderson's wynd 
M'Laren, Charles R., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 101 Albert st 

h. 12 Craigie street 
Maclaren, David, of Ireland & Maclaren, School Board architect, 

St Johnswood terrace 
M'Laren, Donald, grocer and wine merchant, 104 and 106 Albei 

street ; A. 13 Victoria street 
Maclaren, Geo. G., of James Maclaren & Son, 3 Invermark ter., Bamhil 
M'Laren, George A., commission merchant and insurance agent, 

India buildings ; /;. Marchbanks, Broughty Ferry 
Maclaren, James, & Son, architects and surveyors, 24 Bank street 
Maclaren, Jas., valuator, of Jas. Maclaren & Son, Ferrybank, Cupar Fif 
Maclaren, James, merchant, 21 Albert square 
Maclaren, John, bootmaker, 68 Princes street ; h. Kintorepl., 4Glebe stre« 
Maclaren, John, cowfeeder, 29 Dura street ; h. 31 
M'Laren, John, family grocer and wine merchant, 44 and 46 William st 

Forebank ; h. 63 Constitution road 
M'Laren, John, marblecutter, 47 Yeaman shore ; h. 37 Nethergate 
Maclaren, John, commission merchant, 13 Albert square 
Maclaren, John T., draughtsman, 24 Bank st. ; //. Ferrybank, Cupar Fii 
M'Laren, Richard, carter, Albert court, 37 Nethergate 
M'Laren, Robert, spirit merchant's assistant, 22 Lilybank road 
M'Laren, Thomas, blacksmith, 89 Princes street 
M'Laren, William, grocer and spirit merchant, 55 Cotton road ; h. 53 
Maclaren, William S., 13 Albert square 
M'Laren, Mrs James, 8 St Matthew street 
M'Laren, Miss, 25 Union place, Perth road 
M'Laren, Miss, 133 Blackness road 
M'Lauchlan, Alex., milliner and draper. Masonic place, 42 Dudhop 

Crescent road ; h. Salem street, 59 Constitution road 
M'Lauchlan, James, sawyer, 12 Fish street 
M'Lauchlan, Jane, warder, H.M. Prison 
Maclauchlan, John, chief librarian, curator, and secretary. Public Library 

Museum, and Fine Art Exhibition, Albert Institute 
M'Lauchlan, John, carter, 3 Cochrane street 
M'Lauchlan, Walter, late coachbuilder, 56 Blackscroft 
M'Lauchlan, William, contractor, 11 Hop street 
M'Lauchlan, Mrs G. B., lodgings, 24 South Lindsay street 
M'Laughlan. Mrs David, lodgings, 45 Todburn lane 
M'Lay, Mrs John, manglekeeper, 96 Hilltown 
M'Lean, Alexander, grocer, 24 Carmichael street ; h. 88 Rosebank street' 
M'Lean, Alexander, joiner, 9 Balfour street 
M'Lean, Angus, mechanic, 37 Nethergate 
M'Lean, Charles, blacksmith. Union court, 6 Thoi'ter row 
M'Lean, David, engineer, 7 Fairley place, Clepington road 
M'Lean, Ewan, police constable, 61 Hill street 


M'Lean, George, carpenter, 111 Princes street 
M'Lean, George, of George M'Lean & Co., 27 Dallfield terrace 
M'Lean, George, & Co., enamelled showcard makers, 10 Exchange st. 
M'Lean, George, tobacconist, 70 Bell street 

M'Lean, Hugh, contractor, 40 Seagate ; h. 50 Magdalen Yard road 
M'Lean, James A., auctioneer and valuator, 10 and 12 South Lindsay 

« street ; h. Grant place, 42 Westport 

M'Lean, James, labourer, 89 Princes street 
M'Lean, James R., mason, 2 Craigie street 
M'Lean, James, railway checker, 4 Tindal's wynd 
M'LEAN, PETER, cigar and tobacconist goods importer, 16 High street ; 

A. 4 Gowrie street. See Ado, 
M'Lean & Phillip, market gardeners and greengrocers, 12 Albert street 
M'Lean, Richard, general dealer, 25 Crichton street ; /;. 23 
M'Lean, Robert, mechanic, 9 Laing street 
M'Lean, Thomas, merchant, 8 St Andrew's street 
III'LEAN, WILLIAM, engineer and machine merchant, Fairmuir Machine 

Works. See Adv. 
M'Lean, MrsAnnie, grain and potato mer. ,34Greenmarket ; h. SCrichtonst. 
M'Lean, Mrs Helen, 34 Dallfield walk 

M'Lean, Mrs William, of M'Lean & Phillip, Fountainbleau, Pitkerro I'd. 
M'Lean, Miss Agnes, eatinghouse keeper, 107 Princes street 
M'Leish, David, railway porter, 6 Kinloch street 
M'Leish, Helen, 5 Balfour street 

M'Leish, Jessie, dress and mantle maker, 64a Nethergate 
M'Leish, John, blacksmith, 109 Lochee road 
M'Leish, John, engineman, Ellen place, 17 Lyon street 
M'Leish, William R., of Robertson & M'Leish, 16 Westfield place 
M'Lellan, Watson, engineer, 8 Lilybank road 
M'Leman, John, carpenter, 10 Grove street 
M'Leman, Miss Sarah, dressmaker, 10 Grove street 
M'Lennan, John, traveller, 2 Malcolm street 
Maclennan, William, shipmaster, 10 Forfar road 
M'Lennan, Mrs D., dairykeeper, 1 Greenfield place 
M'Lennan, Mrs, manglekeeper, 21 Peter street 
M'Lennan, Miss, ladies' nurse, 181 Victoria road 
M'Leod, Alexander, milloverseer, 43 Princes street 
M'Leod, David, boot and shoe maker, 41 Overgate ; h. 28 
M'Leod, Donald, confectioner, 272 Hawkhill ; h. 12 Peddie street 
M'Leod, Donald, calenderer, 20 Paterson street 
M'Leod, James, grocer, hay, and straw merchant, and dairyman, 

22 Cotton road ; A. 20 
M'Leod, James, milloverseer, 10 King's road 
M'Leod, James, tenter, Waverley buildings, Peddie street 
Macleod, John B., M.D., CM., surgeon, 136 Nethergate 
M'Leod, John, cooper, 24 Watson street 
M'Leod, John, cook, 11 Rosefield street 
M'Leod, Robert, joiner, 10 St Matthew street 
Macleod, Wm., concrete builder, asphalter, and steampipe and boiler 

covering manufacturer, 54 Caldrum street 
M'Letchie, David, plumber, 14 St Mary's place 


M'Lure, Mrs Thomson, coffeehouse keeper, 80 Overgate ; h. 82 

M'Mahon, Mrs, 33 Strathmartiiie road 

M'Manus, Bernard, wine and spirit merchant, 155 Scouringburn ; h 

Kinloch place, 111 Hawkhill 
M'Manus, Chas., wine and spiritdealer, 147 Hawkhill ; h. 25 Wilkie's Ian 
M'Manus, James, shoemaker, 137 Princes street 

Macmaster, Charles, proprietor. Imperial Hotel, 55 Commercial street k i 
M'Master, Daniel, clerk, 63 Cowgate ; h. 26 Victoria sti'eet 
M'Math, William, baker, 6 Blackscroft ; ^. 8 
M'Millan, Alex., manager, Cleptngton Spinning Co. ; /(. Rose cottage, 82 

Strathmartine road 
M'Millan, Alexander, mason, 8 Shepherd's loan 
M'Millan, Bernard, wine and spirit merchant, 6 St Clement's lane ; h 

63 Gellatly street 
M'Millan, George, shipmaster, 2 Graham place 
M'Millan, George, mason, 60 Annfield road 

M'Millan, James, chemist and druggist, 196 Hawkhill; /(. 3 Park terrace 
M'Millan, James, joiner, 13 Alexander street 

Macmillan, John, passenger agent, Taybridge Station; ^.11 Thomson st. 
M'Millan, Robert, commission agent, 20 Airlie place 
Macmillan, Mrs William, 5 Gowrie place 
Macmillan, Mrs, greengrocer, 42 Larch street 
M'Millan, Mrs, wine and spirit dealer, 45 Hilltown ; h. 61 
M'Millan, Mrs, Rustic place, 5 Dudhope street 
M 'Mullen, Michael, stationer, 65 Wilkie's lane 
Macmurchie, Archibald, ship-plater, 8 Ferry road 
M'Nab, Charles, enginefitter, 51 Dallfield walk 
M'Nab, D. S., warehouseman, 1 Mountpleasant, Hawkhill 
M'Nab, George R., bookseller, 57 Hawkhill ; h. 3 Balfour street 
Macnab, John, accountant, Rl. Bank of Scotland, King st. ; h. 8 Park ter, 
M'Nab, John, of M'Nab & M'Rostie, 4 Kinnaird street 
M'Nab, John, corkcutter, 37 King street ; h. 27 Cotton road 
M'Nab & M'Rostie, joiners, 49 Forebank road 

M'Nab, Sherwood, & Co., merchants and manufacturers, l3Pamnurest. 
M'Nab, William S., leather merchant, and shoe furnishing warehouse, 

1 Vault ; h. 7 Park lane 
M'Nab, William, of W. M'Nab & Son, 17 Union street, Charles street 
M'Nab, W., & Son., cork manufacturers, 37 King street 
M'Nab, Mrs, midwife, 7 Cowgate 

M'Nair, John, housef actor, 3 Bai-rack street ; Ii. 7 Exchange street 
Macnamara, Rev. Henry, M. A. , S. Paul's Epis. Church ; k. Castlehill house 
M'Naughton, Alexander, carter, 15 Exchange street 
Macnaughton, Angus, ofSce sergeant, detective department. Central 

Police chambers ; /(. 66 Union street, Maxwelltown 
M'NAUGHTON & BOSWELL, brassfounders, Tay Brass Works, East 

Dock street. See Adv. 
M'Naiigliton, Daniel, coachbuilder, 21 Kincardine street 
M'Naughton, John, stonecutter, Watson ten-ace, 60 Watson street 
M'Naughton, John, fishdealer, 119 Ann street 

Macnaiighton, William, confectioner, 185 Perth road ; k. 30 Union pi. 
M'Naughton, William, of M'Naughton & Boswell, 2 Isles' lane 



M'Naughton, William, joiner, 10 North Ellen street 
M'Naughton, Mrs Euphemia, bootmaker, 58 Overgate ; h. 120 Perth rd. 
M'Nee, John, booking-clerk, West Station ; h. 40 Seafield road 
M'Neil, Neil, corkcutter, 97 Rosebank street 
MacNeil, Mrs John, 68 Bell street 

jMacNeil, Mrs Margaret, grocer and spiritdealer, 167 Hawkhill ; h. 204 
M'NicoU, A., poultry, game, and feather merchant, and Dundee register 

oifice for servants, 91 Nethergate ; h. Elmbank, 2 Miller's wynd 
M'NicoU, A., grocer, 31 Larch street ; h. 33 

M'NicoU, Charles, accotmtant, 27 Bank st. ; h. 32 Dudhope Ores, road 
M'NicoU, David, engineer, Dundee Foundry ; h. 19 St Matthew street 
M'NicoU, D. F., 15a Victoria street 
M'NicoU, James, joiner, 29 Step row 

Macnicoll, Jas. H., bookseller and stationer, 39 Victoria rd. ; ^. 33 Cowgate 
M'NicoU, John, clerk, 6 Panmure street ; h. Elmbank, 2 Miller's wynd 
M'NicoU, John, shoemaker, 8 Perth road ; h. Marine pi., 80 Hawkhill 
M'NicoU, John, canvasser, goods dept., Taybridge Stn.; h, 10 Garland pi. 
M'NicoU, Peter, housepainter, 31 Crescent street 
M'NicoU, Robert, milloverseer, 9 Blyth place 
M'NicoU, Mrs EUen, 15 Well road, Coldside 
M'Nidder, David R., mariae engineer, 46 Watson street 
M'Nidder, Peter, manager, Camperdown Shipyard ; A. Ill Ferry road 
M'Omish, James, sewing-machine agent, 20 Arthur street 
Maconochie, Mrs, 22 Airlie place 

Maconnachie, Misses, dress and mantle makers, 71 Perth road 
Macphail, Christina H.,boot and shoe dealer, 12 Overgate ; A. 178 Perth rd. 
Macphail, Frederick, collector. West Station ; A. 178 Perth road 
Macphail, John P., late teacher, 178 Perth road 
Macpherson, Alexander, jeweller, 19 High street 
M'Pherson, Angus, vandriver, 11 Tay Street lane 
M'Pherson, Colin, potato merchant, 83 Ann street and 11 Jamaica street ; 

A. 78 Bonnybank road 
M'Pherson & Graham, drapers, tailors, and milliners, 134 Murraygate 
M'Pherson, Hugh, bootmaker, 9 Kincardine street 
M'Pherson, James, of M'Pherson & Graham, 51 North Wellington st. 
Macpherson, Rev. John, Hilltown Free Church ; A. 6 Woodville place 
M'Pherson, John D., sawmill er, 20 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
M'Pherson, Wilson, confectioner, 12 South Union street; A. 11 
Macpherson, Mrs Charles, 1 West Bell street 

M'Pherson, Mrs Stewart, grocer and spiritdealer, 31 Craigie street ; A. 29 
I M'Pherson, Mrs, dressmaker, 7 North EUen street 
M'Pherson, Mrs, 49 Elizabeth street 

M'Quattie, Robert, calendering overseer, 10 Morrison's court 
M 'Queen, Andrew, corkcutter, 23 South George street 
M 'QUEEN, DAVID, packingcase maker, 56 St Andrew's street ; A. 7 

Cowgate . ^ee Adv. 
M'Queen, Robert, confectioner, 11 Victoria road ; A. 55 Murraygate 
Macrae, Alexander, plasterer, 11 Annfield row 
M'Rae, Arthur, gardener, Waverley buildings, Peddie street 
M'Rae, Cliarles, railway porter, 144 Perth road 
Macrae, Daniel, engineiitter, Waverley buildings, Peddie street 



Macrae, Rev. David, Tayview house, East Newport 

M'Rae, David, painter, 44 Cowgate ; ^.126 Princes street 

M'Rae, Duncan, boot and shoe maker, 15 Wolseley street 

M'Rae, Duncan, fruiterer, 18 Union street ; A. 51 Yeaman shore 

Macrae, Wm., plumber and gasfitter, 10 Yeaman shore; h. 3 Paradise rd. 

Macrae, Mrs James M. , stoneware dealer, 103 Peddie street 

M'Rae, Mrs, cook, 144 Perth road 

M'Rea, David, sawyer, 3 Fyffe street 

M'EITCHIE, ALEXANDER, modeller and plasterer, 29 Temple lane ; h. 

Edenbank, Monifieth. See Adv. 
M'Ritchie, David, plasterer, 29 Temple lane 
M 'Ritchie, George, Morton's square, 31 Wellgate 
M'Ritchie, Mrs, 27 Victoria road 
M'RITHER, DAVID, tinsmith, gasfitter, and plumber, 112 Scouringburn ; 

h. 110. See Adv. 
M'Rither, John S., 38 Peddie street 
M'Robbie, James, blacksmith, 6 Tannadice street 
M'Rostie, Peter, of M'Nab & M'Rostie, 30 Caldrum street 
M'Rostie, William, of M'Farlane & Co., 20 Hilltown 
M'Taggart, Hugh, general dealer, 30 Hawkhill 
M'Tavish, John, confectioner, 223 Perth road 
Macveigh, Macintyre, & Co., merchants, 104 Commercial street 
Macveigh, Wm. A., of Macveigh, Macintyre, & Co., Dunella, W. Ferry 
M 'Vicar, Rev. Peter, Original Secession Church ; h. Adelaide terrace 
M'Walter, David, joiner, 20 Bafiin street 
M'Walter, James, moulder, 33 North Ellen street 
M'Walter, John, collector. Gas Ofiice ; A. 20 Bafiin street 
M'Walter, Mrs Alexander, 12 Dudhope terrace 
M'Walter, Mrs Ann, dressmaker, 84 King street ; A. 11 Mid wynd 
M,Wattie, James, Justice of Peace Clerk's office, 7 Blackness street 
M'Wattie, Nicol, railway porter, 40 St Mary's place 
M'Wee, James M., clerk, 5 Bank street ; h. 15 Blackness street 
M'Whiney, Samuel, coal merchant, 128 Blackness road ; A. 177 
M'Whiney, Thomas, coaldealer, 128 Blackness road ; A. 9 Rosefield st. 
M 'William, Robert, shop porter, 11 Stanley place, Step row 
M 'Williams, Samuel, weaver, 35 Main street 

Magee, Francis, warehouseman, 116 Overgate ; A. 7 N. Lindsay street 
Maich, John, joiner, 7 Langlands street 
Maiden, Alex., mason, 6 Kinloch street 

Maiden, Charles, butcher, 120 Rosebank street ; A. 25 Kinloch street 
Maiden, James, butcher, 36 Dudhope street ; A. 25 Kinloch street 
Maiden, James, potato merchant, 20 Watson's lane ; A. 114 Hawkhill 
Mailler, Jas., officer, St Mark's E.C., and Presbytery; A. 16 West wynd 
Mainds, Colin, coaldealer, 23 M 'Donald street 
Mainds, David, painter, 44 Blackscroft 
Mainds, James, coal merchant, 14 Wolseley street 
Mains, Richard, joiner, 19 Middle street 
Mair, Alexander D., engineer, 81 Albert street 
Mair, James, tailor and clothier, 9 Victoria street 
Mair, William, joiner, 2 Annfield road 
Mair, Miss, 9 Osborne place 


MaitlancI, Edward F. , of Baxter Brothers & Co. , Hazelhall, Perth road 

Maitland, James, leathercutter, 126 Princes street 

Maitland, Thomas, of Baxter Brothers & Co., Reres cottage, B. Perry 

Malcolm, Alexander, Viewbank house, 7 Dudhope terrace 

Malcolm, Charles, tenter, 50 North Church street 

Malcolm, David R. , manuf. , Constable Works, Netherlaw, 11 Albany ter. 

Malcolm, Geo., of Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co. , Inverlaw, Douglas ter., Dudhope 

Malcolm, George, jun., manuf.. Constable Works, 2Erskineter., Maryfield 

Malcolm, George, brushmaker, 8 Hospital wynd 

Malcolm, George, artist, science and art teacher, 10 Constitution road ; 
h. 2 Ford's lane 

Malcolm, Henry A. , of H. A. Malcolm & Co. , Viewbank, Dudhope ter. 

Malcolm, H. A., & Co., manufacturers, Rashiewell Works 

Malcolm, James, & Sons, jute spinners andmanufactrs.,ChapelshadeWork3 

Malcolm, James, 58 Watson street 

JIalcolm, James R. ship's clerk, 13 West Dock street 

Malcolm James, harbour porter, 8 Graham place 

Malcolm, John, hammerman, 47 Princes street 

Malcolm, Mary J., furniture dealer, 2 Walton street 

Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co. , spmners and manufacturers, Constable Works, 
Dura street ; office. Royal Exchange buildings 

Malcolm, Robert, of James Malcolm & Sons, Forthill house, Bro. Ferry 
l;j Malcolm, Thos. C, of James Malcolm & Sons, 8 Balgillo cres., Bro. Ferry 
!j Malcolm, William F., & Co., merchants, 12 Cowgate 
i Malcolm, William, grocer, 100 Hilltown; h. 36 North Ellen street 

Malcolm, Mrs James, 2 Dtidhope place 
t Malcolm, Mrs James, 5 Panmure terrace 
IJMalloch, Andrew, mechanic, 219 Blackness road 
IJMalloch, John, moulder, 24 Bruce street 
'Malloch, John, joiner, 18 Hunter street 

Malloch, William, warehouseman, 3 South Ellen street 
jMallone, Andrew, assistant druggist, 32 Scouringbum 

Malloy, Christopher, wine and spirit dealer, 78 Hawkhill ; h. 105 

Malloy, Michael, bottler, 2 Blinshall street 

Manchester, The, Aniline Manuf act. Co., 41 Cowgate ; P. B. Steele, agent 

Manhattan Works, Dundonald st. ; F. S. Sandeman, spinner and manuf r. 

Mann, Alexander, porter, 7 North Ellen street 

Mann, Edward, coachtrimmer, 2 Hean's lane 

Mann & Eraser, wholesale and retail grocers and wine and spirit 
merchants, 42 and 48 Wellgate 

Mann, James, shipmaster, 9 Viewforth street 

Mann, James, of the Hillbank Spinning Co. ; h, 2 Albany terrace 

Mann, James, blacksmith, 79 Arbroath road 

Mann, John E., of Robbie & Mann, 28 Annfield row 

Mann, John, insurance agent, 2 Bain square ; A. 67 Lochee road 

Mann, Maria, teacher, 39 Nelson street ; h. 124 Seagate 

Mann, Robert, plasterer, 62 Rosebank street 

Mann, William, of George Burnett & Co. , Cedar road, Broughty Ferry 

Mann, William, boot and shoe maker, 18 Strathmartine road ; k. 16 

Mann, William, labourer, 44 Catherine street 

Mann, Mrs Jane, grocer, 11 Castle lane ; h. 32 Dudhope street 


Mann, Mrs Jolin, 20 St Clement's lane 

Mann, Mrs Robert, 124 Seagate 

Manners, Mrs G. C, boot merchant, 82 Overgate 

Manson, Mrs George, lodgings, 11 South Union street 

Manzie, Mrs, 1 Meadow street 

Marist Brothers, teachers, St Mary's, St Andrew's, and St Stephen'i 

R.C. Schools ; h. Forebank house, Eadie's road 
Maritime Insurance Company, Limited, of Liverpool, 67 Reform street; 

James Logic, agent 
Mamie, Adam, dairyman, 99 Albert street ; h. 97 
Mamie, Alexander, grocer and wine and spirit dealer, 40 Ann street and 

41 Dallfield walk ; h. 12 Malcolm street 
Mamie, David, blacksmith, 7 Lilybank road 

Mamie, Jas. M., boatbuilder, Craigpier, 31 W. Dockst.; h. 5Westfieldpl, 
Mamie, John, painter, 6 Tannadice street 
Mamie, Mrs David, lodgings, 23 Castle street 
Marquis, Cecil J. , of Nicholson & Marquis, 3 Paton's lane 
Marquis, William H., ornamental hair manufacturer, 38 Union street 
Marr, David, engineer, 118 Albert street 
Marr, James, bootmaker, 13 Mains road 
Marr, John, mechanic, 17 Balgay street 
Marr, Thomas P. , clerk, 27 St Andrew's street ; h. Hawthorn cottage, 

top of Provost road 
Marr, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 17 James street 
Marr, Mrs Isabella, lodgings, 40 Perth road 
Marsh, P., & Sons, merchants, 4 India buildings 

Marshall, Andrews, & Brush, maiiufs., Dundee Carpet Wks.,Clepingtonrd. 
Marshall, Andrew, seaman, 93 King street 

Marshall, Archd., coal merchant, 14 Queen street; h. 12 Glebe street 
Marshall, Daniel, egg merchant, 68 Seagate 

Marshall, David, of Jas. S. Marshall & Son, Dry burgh house, Lochee 
Marshall, David, painter, 2 William street, Scouringbum 
Marshall, David, clerk, 6 Baxter street 
Marshall, James Scott, & Son, agricultural auctioneers and commission 

agents, and artificial manure merchants, 14 St Clement's lane 
Marshall, James Scott, of Jas. S. Marshall & Son,Dryburgh house, Lochee 
Marshall, James, spiritdealer's assistant, 15 Ogilvie's road 
Marshall, James, tenter, 124 Albert street 
Marshall, John, tailor, 35 Brown street 

Marshall, Peter, of Bartholomew & Marshall, 24 Garland place 
Marshall, Robert, commission and assurance agent, 10 Dens brae 
Marshall, Walter, of Marshall, Andrews, & Bi'ush, 2 Lome ter., Maryfield 
Marshall, William, coachman, Duncarse, Perth road 
Marshall, William, tenter, 31 Peddie street 
Marshall, Mrs D., artiste, 7 Ward road 

Marshall, Miss A. F., superintendent. Convalescent House, 14Williamst.: 
Marshall, Miss, lodgings, Doig's court, 33 Castle street 
Martie, Maggie, assist, teacher, HunterSt. Public School; h. SPaton'slane 
Martin, Alexander, pastrybaker, 2 Lawrence street 
Martin, Alexander, janitor. University College, 149 Nethergate 
Martin, Alexander, 63 Gellatly street 


Martin, Andrew, waiter, 62 Peddie street 

Martin, David, & Co., merchants, 10 Bain square 

Martin, David, slater and slate mercliant, 73 Victoria road ; h. 10 

Martin, David C, agent, 29 North Wellington street 

Martin, David, milloverseer, 39 Dallfield walk 

Martin, David, mechanic, 38 Pennycook lane 

Martin, David, ship painter and rigger, 42 Lilybank road 

Martin, Edward, mason, 7 Thomson street 

Martin, Geo. , wholesale wine and spirit mer. , 22 to 28 S. Lindsay st. ; h. 24 

Martin, George, of Geo. Martin & Co. , agt. for Queen Lasur. Co. , 7 Roslin ter , 

Martin, George, & Co , drapers, 17 Ogilvie street 

Martin, George, currier, 34 Dallfield walk 

Martin & Gibson, plasterers and cement workers, 22 Bell street 

Martin, Henry, detective officer, 66 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Martin, Hugh, house and coal agent, 5 Larch street ; h. Gladstone place, 
32 Dudhope Crescent road 

Martin, Isabella M., hardware and fancy goods merchant, 177 Hilltown ; 
h. 68 James street 

Martin, James H., of J. M'Artney, 7 Panmure terrace 

Martin, James R., hosier, children's outfitting, ladies' underclothing, 
glover, millinery, Lome house, 126 Nethergate; A. 4 Sea wynd 

Martin, James, of Primerose & Martin, 6 Duntrune terrace. West Ferry 

Martin, James, of Martin & Gibson, 22 Bell street 

Martin, James, insurance agent, B Rl. Exchange bldgs. ; A. 35 Seafield rd. 

Martin, James, shipwright, block and spar maker, east side King William 
dock ; h. Bridge-end cottage, West Ferry 

Martin, James, jun., block and spar maker, 10 Shore terrace 

Martin, James, 138 Perth road 

Martin, James, ship joiner, 3 Arbroath road 

Martin, James S., slater, 10 Victoria road 

Martin, James, late of Military Prison service, 272 Tait's lane 

Martin, James, calenderer, 223 Hilltown 

Martin, Jessie, grocer and wine merchant, 64 Albert st. ; h. 2 Craigie st, 

Martin, John, joiner, 8 Baffin street 

Martin, John, carter, 42 Cotton road 

Martin, John, tenter, 38 Ann street 

Martin, John, joiner, 35 Hawkhill 

MARTIN & MELDRUM, tobacco and snufi' manufacturers, 67 High street. 
See Adv. 

Martin, Peter, shoemaker. 111 Victoria road ; A. 3 Eadie's road 

Martin, Thomas, foreman ironturner, Wallace Foundry ; A. 12 Forfar rd. 

Martin, W. Y. Blyth, b Rl. Exchange bldgs. ; A. Blyth house, Newport 

Martin, William, solicitor and notary public, 10 Reform street ; A. 
- Hillside, Newport 

Martin, W. H. Blyth, of Gray & Martin, 35 Seafield road 

Martin, William M.,mercht., 49 Meadowside; A. Northwood, Adelaide pi. 

Martin, William, mason, 72 North Church street 

Martin, William B. , glazier and glass merchant, 23 Kincardine st. ; A. 25 

Martin, William A., propei-ty and insur. agent and valuator, 22 Bell st. 

Martin, William C. , electric light engineer and contractor, 62 Commer- 
cial street ; A. 68 Gellatly street 


Martin, William John, agent, 1 Wolseley street 

Martin, William, factory overseer, 25 Langlands street 

Martin, Mrs John, 4 Church street. Princes street 

Martin, Mrs Thomas, manglekeeper, 16 James street 

Martin, Mrs Thomas, grocer, 125 Princes street 

Martin, Mrs, apartments, 7 Lamb's lane 

Mason, Alexander, patater, 24 Grove street, Springhill 

Mason, Andrew, powerloom tenter, 20 St Mary's place I 

Mason, George, porter, 44 Ure street 

Mason, James B., chemist and druggist, 161 Scouringburn; h. SParkterJ 

Mason, James L. , clerk. South Anchor Works, 253 Blackness road 

Masson, Alexander, shipmaster, 13 West Dock street 

Masson, Rev. John (late of Russell Congregational Church), 324 Perth rd. 

Masson, Thomas, mechanic, 75 Ure street 

Masson, Misses, teachers, 324 Perth road 

Masterton, David, tenter, 36 Dallfield walk 

Masterton, David, broker, 43 Nelson street 

Masterton, Robert, draper, 3 Mountpleasant 

Masterton, William R., broker, 64 James street ; h. 68 

Masterton, Mrs J., 5 Buckingham terrace, Maryfield 

Matador, The, Land and Cattle Co., Limited; A. Mackay, secretary, 

104 Commercial street 
Matchet, Richard, calenderer, 13 Seafield lane 
Mather, David, engineer, 23 Grove street, Springhill 
Mathers, Alexander C., temperance hotelkeeper, 7 Crichton street 
Mathers, David, temperance hotelkeeper, 7 Crichton st. ; h. 28| High st. 
Mathers, David, cowfeeder, 144 Strathmartine road 
Mathers, James, clerk, 86 Albert street 

Mathers, Robert, of Mathers & TurnbuU, Olivebank, 2 S.Wellington st. 
Mathers, Robert M., baker, 61 Albert st., 37 Cowgate, and 67 Victoria 

road ; h. 63 Albert street 
Mathers, Robert, clerk, 8 Arbroath road 
Mathers, Robert, solicitor, 82 High street 

Mathers' Temperance Hotel, 7 Crichton st. ; David Mathers, manager 
Mathers & TurnbiiU, oil and commission merchants, 9 Bain square 
Mathers, William, potato salesman, 38 Lochee road ; h. 51 
Mathers, William, joiner, 58 Hill street 
Mathers, Mrs S. R., 19 Springfield 
Mathers, Mrs, Olivebank, 2 South Wellington street 
Matheson, Alex., file manufacturer, 21 North Tay street; h. Waverley 

buildings, Peddie street 
Matheson, Alexander, late draper, Hilltown house, 33 Hilltown 
Matheson, Alexander, jun., of Matheson Brothers, 33 Hilltown 
Matheson, Bros., drapers, milliners, hosiers, glovers, tailors, outfitters, 

and fancy goods warehousemen, Wellgate Warehouse, 28-36 Wellgate 
Matheson, Daniel, manager, R. A. Mudie & Sons, 26 East Dock sti-eet 
Matheson, Rev. Dugald, Albert Square Free Church, 22 Springfield 
Matheson, George A. , of Matheson Brothers, 33 Hilltown 
Matheson, Mrs Charles, 362 Perth road 

Mathew, Alexander, grocer, Viewbank, Mains road ; h. 61 Cowgate 
Mathew, James P., of James P. Mathew & Co., 18 Airlie place 



MATHEW, JAMES P., & CO., letterpress and lithographic printers, 

publishers, commercial stationers, paper-rulers, bookbinders, and 

account-book manufacturers, 17 and 19 Cowgate. See Adv. 
Mathew, John D., of James P. Mathew & Co., 18 Airlie place 
Mathew, Thomas, baker and confectioner, 48 Bell street ; k. 46 
Mathew, Mrs George, restaurateur, 2 East Dock street ; h. Caenlochan 

villa, 37 Constitution street 
Mathew, Miss, teacher, Hawkhill Public School ; h. 18 Airlie place 
Mathewson, Allan, of Mathewson & Son, Terrace house, 2 Union terrace 
Mathewson, Alex., of Mathewson & Son, Terrace house, 2 Union terrace 
Mathewson, Arthur P., of A. P. Mathewson & Co., Terrace house, 2 

Union terrace 
Mathewson, A. P., & Co., spinners, manufacturers, and merchants, 

Grove Mill ; office, 140 Lochee road 
Mathewson, George, 2 Gowrie place 
Mathewson, Johann, grocer and wine merchant, 28 Dudhope Crescent 

road ; h. 2 Gowrie place 
Mathewson, John, of Mathewson & Son, Terrace house, 2 Union terrace 
Mathewson & Son, tea merchants, 26 and 28 Seagate 
Mathieson, James, boot and shoe maker, 22, 24 Overgate, and 37 

Wellgate ; k. Garfield place, 53 Hawkhill 
Mathieson, John, broker, 1 Hawkhill ; h. 52 Westport 
Mathieson, Murdoch, boot and shoe maker, 200 Hawkhill ; h. 186 
Mathieson, William D. , ironturner, 6 Roslin terrace 
Mathieson, Miss B., lodgings, 14 Garland place 
Matthew, Alexander, cashier. Falcon place, 2 Wilkie's lane 
Matthew, Andrew, baker, 12 Hospital wynd 
MATTHEW, CHARLES, general draper, 161 Hilltown ; h. 14 S.Wellington 

street. See Adv. 
Matthew, David, grocer and tea merchant, 49 Overgate ; h. 9 Kilnbum 

place, Newport 
Matthew, David, & Son, bed and table linen manufs., 123 Perth road 
Matthew, David, clerk. Grove Mill ; h. 51 Victoria street 
Matthew, George, blacksmith, 51 Victoria street 
Matthew, George, slater, 15 Hunter street 
Matthew, James, treasurer. Gas Commission, 16 Meadowside ; k, 28 

Magdalen Yard road 
Matthew, James R., compositor, 1 St Peter street 
Matthew, James, blacksmith, 3 Glebe street 
Matthew, James B., traveller, 25 Dallfield terrace 
Matthew, James, marine engineer, 62 Ferry road 
Matthew, James S., printer, 1 Leng street 
Matthew, James, clerk, 6 Cleghorn street 
Matthew, Jessie, milliner, 170 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Wilkie's lane 
Matthew, John, manager. Grove Mill ; h. 2 Lawrence street 
Matthew, John M., joiner, 9 Roslin terrace 
Matthew, John M., 1 St Peter street 
Matthew, Marjory, dressmaker, 14 Nelson street 
Matthew, Patrick K., accountant, Clydesdale Bank; h, 28 Magdalen 

Yard road 
Matthew, Peter, merchant, 12 Panmure street ; h. Elmgrove, W, Feriry 


Matthew, Robert, clerk, 5 Shore terrace ; h. 28 Magdalen Yard road 

Matthew, Seth, joiner, 12 Annfield street 

Matthew, Thomas, 35 Constitution road 

Matthew, William, mechanic, 5 Pitfour street 

Matthew, Mrs Alice J., 27 Constitution street 

Matthew, Mrs Janet, Beaconsfield place, 120 Victoria road 

Matthew, Mrs Mary, 30 Mid street 

Matthew, Mrs, 58 Mains road 

Matthew, Mrs, manglekeeper, 54 Hill street 

Matthew, Miss, Waverley buildings, Peddie street 

Matthews, Geo. D., sharebroker, 31 Reform st. j li. 1 Louise ter,. W.Ferry 

Matthews, Peter, clerk. West Station ; A. 25 South Lindsay street 

Maule, David, clothier, 24 South Lindsay street 

Maule, Peter, joiner, 3 Kincardine street 

Maver, Mrs, apartments, 48 Union street 

Mawer, Mrs Jas., confectioner, 165 Scouringburn; h. 1 Milne's East wynd 

Maxwell, Alexander, 9 Viewforth street 

Maxwell, Alexander, carter, 16 Eliza street 

Maxwell, Charles C, 11 Windsor street 

MAXWELL, JAMES, rope and twine manufr., 30 Hill st. ; A. 12. See Adv. 

Maxwell, Jas. , cashier, Dundee Foundry, patentee of the self-acting safety 
lock for railway and other carriages ; A. 57 Ferry road 

Maxwell, John, printer, 5 Temple lane 

Maxwell, John, baker, 2J Small's lane 

Maxwell, William, baker, 17 Hean's lane. Small's wynd ; A. 15 

Maxwell & Wynd, merchants, 84 Commercial street 

Maxwelltown Works, 46 Elizabeth st. ; J. & A. D. Grimond, manufrs. 

May, John, ham, butter, and egg merchant, 197 Overgate 

May, William W. , woodturner, 29 St Salvador street 

Meadows, James, clerk, Victoria crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 

Mealmaker, William, slater, Lowden's alley ; A. 16 Wilkie's lane 

Meams, Charles, clerk. West Station ; A. 40 Perth road 

Meams, James, fishdealer, 85 Ann street ; A. 15 Paterson street 

Mearns, William, fireman, Annan terrace, 19 South Wellington street 

Mechan, Alexander R., dental surgeon, 9 Hawkhill 

Mechan, Arthur, coal mer., 22 Commercial st. , Maxwelltown; A.3Clarkst. 

Mechan, James, carpenter, 40 Blackscrof t 

Mechan, John, cloth inspector, 174 Blackness road 

Mechan, Margaret, grocer, 64 Blackscroft 

Mechan, Mrs Elizabeth, wine and spirit merchant, 7 Hawkhill ; A. 9 

Mechan, Mrs James, grocer and wine merchant, 60 Blackscroft ; A. 62 

Mechan, Mrs William, grocer, 89 Blackscroft 

Mechesney, Andrew, tinsmith, plumber, gasfitter, mill and factory iron- 
monger, 11 and 13 West Henderson's wynd; A. 5 Balfour street 

Meek, David, draper and clothier, 113 Perth road ; A. 16 Step row 

Meek, David, merchant, 12 South Wellington street 

Meek, George, land measurer, 31 Dura street 

Meek, George, officer, Butterbum U.P. Church ; A. 22 Russell street 

Meek, Marshall, sculptor, 43 Annfield road 

Meek, Thomas, messenger, British Linen Co. Bank ; A. 6 Horse wynd 

Meek, Mrs Robert, grocer, 91 Lochee road ; h. 95 



ileiklem, Mrs Mary, midwife, 7 Overgate 

]\leinnolff, A. H., & Co., merchants and agents, 35 Cowgate, and 31 

Gr. Reichen strasse, Hamburg 
Meldrum, Alexander, starcher, 28 Watson's lane 

Meldrum, Andrew M. , of Young & Meldrum, Canisbay lodge, E. Newport 
Meldrum, Andrew, moulder, 68j Blackness road 
Meldrum, Donald, coal merchant, 37 Union street ; h. 28 King street 
MELDRUM, D. M., & CO., umbrella manufacturers, and indiarubber and 

waterproof goods merchants, 13 and 15 Reform street. See Adv. 
Meldrum, John R. , shipsteward, 107 Albert street 
Meldrum. John, office porter, 145 Seagate 
Meldrum, Joseph, gardener, North lodge. Blackness 
iMeldrum, Simpson, 16 Airlie place 

Meldrum, William, boot and shoe maker, 26 Arbroath road ; h. 30 
Meldrum, William, 12 St Peter street 

Meldrum, Mrs D. M., of D. M. Meldrum & Co., The Terrace, W. Newport 
Mellis, John, mason, 8 Kinloch street 

Melville, Alexander, manager, Bowbridge Works ; h. Viewbank terrace 
Melville, Alexander, watchman, 4 Roslin terrace. Court street 
Melville, David, jun., bookkeeper, 65 Commercial st. ; h. 18 Arbroath rd. 
Melville, David, late shipbuilder, 18 Arbroath road 
Melville, David, spirit merchant, 2 Polepark road ; h. 6 
Melville & Halley, merchants, commis. and shipping agts. , 2 Coupar's alley 
Melville, James W. , retired shipmaster. Arcade buildings, King street 
Melville, James, milloverseer, 36 Constable street 

Melville, James, officer, Dudhope Cres. Road U.P. Ch. ; h. 19 West wynd 
Melville, James, dairyman, 159 Victoria road ; h. Barns of Wedderbum 
Melville, James G., teacher, 69 North Wellmgton street 
Melville, John, foreman turner, 5 Robertson street 
Melville, John, late H.M. Customs, Forebank terrace 
Melville, John, jun., com. traveller, 167 Seagate ; h. Forebank terrace 
Melville, Robert, cabinetmaker and joiner, 14 Small's wynd and 216 

Overgate ; A. 19 Peddie street 
Melville, Robert, baker, 1 Elizabeth street ; h. 41 Rosebank street 
Melville, Robert, clerk, 15 Graham place 
Melville, Walker S., of Melville & Halley, 7 Airlie terrace 
Melville, Wm. H. , draper, clothier, milliner, &c. ,29 High st. ; ^ . 11 Netherg'te 
Melville, William, patternmaker, 15 Graham place 
Melville, Mrs George, stationer, 1 Constitution street 
Melville, Mrs Robert, 6 Magdalen Yard road 
Melville, Mrs William, 33 Tait's lane 
Melville, Mrs, grocer, 18 Malcolm street 
Melvin, Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 3 Balfour street 
Melvin, James, sorting-clerk. Post Office ; h. 13 Blackness street 
Melvin, Mary Ann, missionary, Tay Square Church ; h. 3 Balfour st. 
Menmuir, Robert B. , rag and waste merchant, 59 South Tay street and 228 

Overgate ; h. 60 Bell street 
Menmuir, Mrs Margaret, 60 Bell street 

Menzies, Alexander, draper's assistant, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
Menzies, Daniel, grocer, Waverley bldgs., Peddie st. ; /*. 7 Annfieldrow 
Menzies, David, foreman, Gas Works ; A. 21 Ferry road 


Menzies, David, 3 Scott street 

Menzies, Duncan, gardener, 69 Peddie street 

Menzies, George, & Co. , coal and coke merchants, 49 St Andrew's stre< 

de'pdt. East Mineral Station 
Menzies, George, of Geo. Menzies & Co., 106 Annfield road 
Menzies, James, saddler and hamessmaker, 54 Strathmartine road ; 

2 Russell street 

Menzies, James, stationer and confectioner, 19 Albert street ; A. 7 Lyon s 
Menzies, James, shipmaster, 19 Peddie street 
Menzies, James, harbour porter, 92 Strathmartine road 
Menzies, John, water inspector, Stobbsmuir reservoir 
Menzies, Margaret, dressmaker, 17 North Tay street 
Menzies, Peter, of Menzies & Robertson, 106 Annfield road 
Menzies & Robertson, grocers and wine merchants, 164 Blackness roa- 
Menzies, Thomas, milloverseer, 65 Arbroath road 
Menzies, William, draper, 43 Peddie street 
Menzies, Mrs Elizabeth, 14 South George street 
Menzies, Mrs George, 106 Annfield road 
Menzies, Miss H., confectioner, 64 Strathmartine road 
Mercantile Marine Ofiice, 63 Dock street ; George Jack, superintenden 
Merry, George Ross, M. A. , rector. High School ; /i. 27 Magdalen Yard rd 
Merson, George, musicseller, 24 Bank street 
Mess, James, 132a Nethergate 
Mess, John, of Mackay & Mess, 132a Nethergate 
Messer, James, timekeeper, Lilybank Foundry ; A. 15 Lilybank road 
Methven, Alexander, 2 Mid street 

Methven, Andrew, grocer, 148 Miirraygate ; A. 2 Mid street 
Methven, Hyslop, & Co. , cabinetmakers, upholsterers, undertakers, anj 

houseagents, 124 Nethergate 
Methven, John, superintendent, Tay Ferries ; h. 3 Craig street 
Methven, John, merchant, Baltic buildings ; h. 13 Dudhope terrace 
METHVEN, SIMPSON, & CO., musicsellers to the Queen, 122 Nethergate 

See Adv. 
Methven, T. Erskine, coal mer. , 32 Commercial st. ; h. Camphill, B. Ferr 
Methven, W. E., of Methven, Hyslop & Co., 13 Dudhope terrace 
Methven, Mrs W., 13 Dudhope terrace \ 

Metz, Otto, 11 South Tay street 

Michie, W. Gordon, accountant, 9a Ward road ; h, 142 Perth road 
Michie, Mrs, 142 Perth road 

Mid Street Mill, 50 Mid street ; Fleming & Lindsay, spinners 
Mid Wynd Works, 25 Mid wynd ; James Scott & Sons, manufacturers 
Middleton, Alexander, of Jas. Mackie & Co., Ld., 113 King st., B. Ferr; 
Middleton, Charles, factory overseer. 111 Pi-inces street 
Middleton, George S., clerk, Seagate Saw Mills ; h. 9 King's road 
Middleton, James, baker, 6 Greenmarket 
MIDDLETON, Miss ANNE, bookseller and stationer. The Pillars, 12 Hig: 

street ; h. 61 Reform street. See Adv. 
Midland Railway Co. , general carriers, 57 Meadowside, and S. Union st 
Milen, Robert, cabinetmaker, 5 Hunter street 
Mill, Alexander, carpenter, 9 Middle street 
Mill, George, dockgateman, 3 Glebe street 


(Mill, James, grocer, 30 Charles street 
IMill, James, blacksmith, 56 Dura street 
!]Mill, John, collector, 37 Catherine street 

']\Iill, John, chimneysweeper, 7 Mid wynd ; h. 20 Annfield street 
Mill, Thomas, confectioner, 43 Wilkie's lane 
Mill, William, fishdealer, 100 Dura street ; h. 34 Catherine street 
' Mill, Mrs Ann, fruiterer, 1 1 Hawkhill 
.Mill, Mrs, 10 Session street 
Millan, David, carpenter, 52 Constable street 
Millan, Peter, pawnbroker, 165 Overgate ; h. 198 

iMillar, Alex. H. , journalist. Advertiser office ; h. 2 Norman ter. , Downfield 
Millar, Alexander, landscape gardener, 4 Well road, Hawkhill 
Millar, Alexander, moulder, 5 Pennycook lane 
Millar, Alexander, boilermaker, 56 Blackscroft 
Millar, Andrew, milloverseer, 7 Langlands street 
Millar, Catherine, fruiterer, 166 Hawkhill ; h. 4 Well road 
Millar, Charles, teacher. King Street School, 13 King's road ; h. 46 
Millar, Charles, millmanager, Wellfield Works ; h, S5 Albert street 
Millar, David, grocer, 58 Dura street ; h. 56 
j Millar, David, porter, 2 Hillbank road 
Millar, David, mason, 224 Lochee road 
Millar, George, grocer, and sub-postmaster, 28 Dundonald street ; h. 1 

Wolseley street 
Millar, George, butcher, 73 Overgate ; k. 63 

Millar, James, ship, insurance, and forwarding agent, Clydesdale Bank 
chambers, 54 Commercial street ; A. Tayview villa. West Newport 
Millar, Jas., grocer, wine and spirit 'mer., 112Victoria rd.; k. 9Ellen st. 
Millar, James, wholesale hat and cap manufacturer, Steampower Hat 

Works, 121 Hawkhill; A. 11 Speed's terrace 
Millar, James, grocer and spiritdealer, 45 Constitution road ; h. 43 
Millar, James, inspector of works, 3 Parker street 
Millar, James, gardener, 15 Lawson place 
Millar, James, gardener, 27 Forebank road 
, Millar, James, 166 Scouringburn 
' Millar, Jane, dressmaker, 872 Blackscroft 
Millar, John F., cashier, 1 King street ; h. HoUybank, West Newport; 
Millar, Margaret, meal store and greengrocer, 35 Lochee road 
Millar, Mungo, carpenter, 105 Albert street 
aiLLAIl, PATRICK B., oil and leather merchant and general commission 

agent, 82 Bell street ; h. 2 Blackness crescent. See Adv. 
Millar, Robert, musician, 11 Balfour street 
Millar, Robert, moulder, 9 Harriet street 
Millar, Thomas, grocer, 100 Rosebank street ; h. 98 
ilillar, Thomas, shipmaster, 9 Airlie terrace 
ilillar, Thomas, gatekeeper, 6 Isla street 
„, ilillar, T. M., of Westwood, Sons, & Millar, 87 Ann street 

tlillar, William, wine merchant and produce importer, 66 and 68 Com- 
mercial street ; h. 1 Seafield terrace. West Ferry 
Millar, Wm., armourer, Drill hall, Parker square ; h. 143 Victoria road 
ilillar, Wm., auctioneer and valuator, 5 to 9 Victoria rd. ; k. 26 Seafield rd. 
lillar, William, clerk, 3 Royal Exchange place ; k. 31 Seafield road 


Millar, William, foreman. Gas Works ; ^. 8 Ferry road 

Millar, Mrs, 6 Melville terrace 

Millar, Mrs David, 31 Seafield road 

Millar, Mrs James, manglekeeper, 115 Rosebank street 

Millar, Mrs John, Annan terrace, 19 Wellington street 

Miller, Alexander, retired supervisor of In. revenue, 4 Havelock place 

Miller, Alexander, of Miller & Smith, St Mary's terrace 

Miller, Alexander, clerk, 7 Dallfield terrace 

Miller, Andrew, M.A., teacher. High School ; h. 8 Hunter pi., B. Ferr 

Miller, Andrew, boot and shoe maker, 50 Wellgate ; h. 7 Morrison's cour 

Miller, David, porter, 67 Constable street 

Miller, David, mason, 6 Peddie street 

Miller, David, harbour porter, 51 Arbroath road 

Miller, Elizabeth, dress and mantle maker, 94 Nethergate 

Miller, George, overseer, 99 Peddie street 

Miller, Isabella, teacher, 6 Bain square ; h. Forebank terrace 

Miller, James W., M.D., L.R.C.S.E., 23 South Tay street 

Miller, James, M.B., CM., medical practitioner, 9 King street 

Miller, James, woodcarver, 188 Overgate 

Miller, James, collector, Gas Office ; h. 1 Roslin terrace 

Miller, James, carting contractor, 24 Back street ; h. 26 

Miller, James, grocer, 106 Blackness road 

Miller, James, millmanager, Hop Street Works ; h. 2 Hill street 

Miller, James, coachbuilder, 1 Johnston's lane, Westport 

Miller, John, clerk of works and housef actor, 13 Albert square 

Miller, John, clerk, 5 Shore terrace ; h. 18 Airlie place 

Miller, John B. , mechanic, 2 Corso street 

Miller, K. & C. , fancy repository, 85 High street 

Miller, Lewis F. , musician, 82 Dudhope street 

Miller, 0. G., & Son, flaxspinners. Meadow house, 49 Meadowside 

Miller, Oliver G. , of 0. G. Miller & Son, Park Place house, 145 Nethergal 

Miller, Peter, mechanic, 2 Ness street 

Miller, Richard A., stockbroker, 31 Panmure st. ; h. 6 Westfield place 

Miller, Robert, mechanic, Ellen place, 17 Lyon street 

Miller & Smith, bootmakers, 48 Reform street 

Miller, Stephen, F.E.I.S., schoolmaster, S. Salvador's Boys School; ) 

5a William street, Forebank 
Miller, Thos. L. , hemp manufacturer, Ann St. Factory ; h. 25 Janefield p 
Miller, Thos. Y., reporter, Courier & Argus ; h. 3 Melville ter. , Westparkro 
Miller, William, cloth packer, 9 Rosefield street 
Miller, William, warehouseman, 260 Hilltown 
Miller, William, accountant, 32 Milnbank road 
Miller, William, joiner, 347 Loons road 
Miller, William, clerk, Havelock place, 249 Hawkhill 
Miller, William B., of 0. G. Miller & Son, Idabank, Broughty Ferry 
Miller, Mrs Alexander, Floralbank, 25 Janefield place 
Miller, Mrs Isabella, dressmaker, 12 Kinloch street 
Miller, Mrs James, babylinen and underclothing warehouse, 103 Murra;^) 

gate ; h. 21 Jamaica street 
Miller, Mrs John, 17 Princes street 
Miller, Mrs Mary Ann, lodgings, 3 South Ellen street 



Miller, Mrs, 2 Gowrie place 
f Miller, Mrs, 30 Dundonald street 
Miller, Misses Blair, 4 Springfield 
Miller, Miss, house proprietor, 26 Back street 
Miller, Miss, dressmaker, 225 Overgate 

Milligan, Rev. Robert, Chalmers Free Church ; h. 10 Airlie terrace 
Milligan, William, frenchpolisher and furniture dealer, 168 Hawkhill ; 

A. 2 St Peter street 
Milligan, William, blacksmith, 38 Alexander street 
Milligan, William, overseer, Magdalen place, Clepiagton road 
iMills, Benjamin H., 99 Locliee road 

Mills, Charles, agent, 23 St Andrew's street ; h. 10 Airlie terrace 
Mills, David, manufacturer, 26 Rosebank street ; h. 24 
Mills, Elizabeth, confectioner, 43 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Mills, George, tailor, 48 Overgate 
Mills, James S., notary public and messenger-at-arms, 10 High street; 

h.\Q Paton's lane 
Mills, James, late shipmaster, 12 Marjrfield terrace 
Mills, James, patternmaker, 32 Kincardine street 
Mills, Rev. John, M.A., St Matthew's Estab. Ch.; A. 10 Somerville pi. 
Mills, John, house proprietor, 151 Victoria road 
Mills, Wm. R. , produce mercht. , commis. agent, and insur. agent for the 

London Assurance Corp., 66 Bell st. ; h. Seaview cottage, Monifieth 
Mills, William, grocer, 1 Janefield place 

Mills, William, stationer and newsagent, 124 Princes street ; A. 126 
Mills, William, mechanic, 95 Peddle street 
MUls, Mrs Ann, 14 Annfield road 
Mills, Mrs David, 12 Nelson street 
Mills, Mrs John T., 143 Nethergate 
Miln, Alex. M., of Thomas Miln, 39 Constitution street 
Miln, Alexander A., & Co., merchants, spinners, and manufacturers, 

Pitalpin Works, Lochee ; office, 2 Royal Exchange place 
Miln, Alexander K., plumber, 42 Seafield road 
Miln, David G., 16 Seafield road 
Miln, John, accountant and cashier, Dundee Savings Bank, 2 Euclid 

street ; and session-clerk, 56 Bell st.; h. Tayviewter., E. Newport 
Miln Street and Bower Mills, Blinshall street ; John Sharp, manufacturer 
Miln, Thomas, reed and camb maker, 12 Baltic street 
Miln, William, grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 30 Watson street ; 

h. Clematis cottage, Madeira street 
Miln, Misses, teachers, HoUybank Institution, 21 Janefield place 
Milne, Alexander, clerk, 4 Dallfield terrace 
MiLae, Alexander, carter, 62 Caldrum street 
Milne, Alexander H. , clerk, 23 Clepington street 
Milne, Alexander B. , traveller, 9 Lady well place 
Milne, Alfred, shipcarpenter, Watson terrace, 10 Glebe street 
Milne, Andrew, Inland revenue ofiicer, 29 Bank st. ; h. 2 Morgan ter. 
Milne, Andrew, leathercutter, 13 Dudhope street 

Milne, Charles, china and waste merchant, 198 Seagate ; A. 48 Crescentlane 
Milne, Charles W., grocer, 14 and 15 Springhill place. Ferry road 
Milne, Colin, dockgateman, 18 Dens brae 



Milne, David, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Albert street and 2 Arbroat! 

road ; k. 82 Victoria road 
Milne, David, pawnbroker, 4 and 6 Westport ; k. 3 Mountpleasant 
Milne, David H., clerk, 7 King street ; h. 9 Viewforth street 
Milne, David, & Son, houseagents, 164 Overgate 

Milne, David, sen. , of David Milne & Son, Cliff cottage, 127 Ferry roac [a 
Milne, David, jun., of David Milne & Son, Cliff cottage, 127 Ferry roac ^ 
Milne, David, butcher, 92 Scouringburn and 147 Annst.; k. 1474 Ann st, 
Milne, David, jun., butcher, 40 Overgate ; k. 147^ Ann street 
Milne, David, seaman, 14 Rosebank street 
Milne, David, tailor, 35 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Milne, David, joiner, 33 Victoria street 
Milne, David, seaman, 7 Ireland's lane 
Milne, George, storekeeper, 14 North Erskine street 
Milne, George, grocer, 5 Erskine street ; h. 3 
Milne, George, mechanic, 16 Dudhope Crescent road 
Milne, George, mechanic, 40 Kemback street 
Milne, George, mason, 89 Peddle street 
Milne, Helen, milliner, 5 Coupar's alley 

Milne, Isabella, milliner and dressmaker, 49 Albert street ; h. il 
Milne, James, wine and spirit merchant, 192 Hawkhill ; grocer, 202 

Hawkhill ; h. 32 Tait's lane 
Milne, Jas. , printer and stationer, 15a Meadow street ; h. 8 Parker street 
Milne, James, clerk, 1 Gowrie street 

Milne, James, grocer, 9 and 10 Springhill place ; k. 74 Ferry road 
Milne, James, printer. Evening Telegraph office ; h. 33 S.Wellington st. 
Milne, James M. , clerk. West Station ; h. Abbotsford place. Peddle st. 
Milne, James, 23 Victoria street 
Milne, James, waiter, 12 Dallfield terrace 
Milne, James, joiner, 70 North Church street 
Milne, James H., tobacco manufacturer, 121 Murraygate; factory, 7 

Cowgate ; h. Caenlochan, West Ferry 
Milne, John, & Son, grain, flour, and provision merchants, 11 Shore ter. 
Milne, John, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, and house proprietor, 

46 and 48 Polepark road ; h. 16 Springfield 
Milne, John, corn merchant, 33 St Andrew's street ; h. Mill of Mains 
Milne, John, of John Milne & Son, 15 Strawberrybank 
Milne, John, boot and shoe maker, 19 Victoria street ; k, 30 
Milne, John M., solicitor, 41 Reform street ; h. 127 Ferry road 
Milne, John H., jobbing gardener, 4 Kinloch street 
Milne, John, fireman. Thorn place, 237 Blackness road 
Milne, John, twinespinner, 96 Hilltown ; h. 142 
Milne, Peter, blacksmith, 81 Victoria road 
Milne, Robert, milloverseer, 198 Overgate 
Milne, Roderick, cooper, 26 Alexander street 
Milne, Thomas, 20 Airlie place 

Milne, Thomas C, commercial traveller, Glencarse ter., 4 Wilkie's lane 
Milne, Thomas, railway servant, 56 Lilybank road 
Milne, William, ironmonger, 18 Overgate ; h, 30 North Lindsay street 
Milne, William, accountant, 10 Panmure street ; A. Inverpark cottage, 

Chalmers street, Maryfield 


nine, William B., solicitor, 10 Reform street ; h. 15 Union pi., Perth rd. 
Mine, William F., shipmaster, s.s. Esquimaux; h. 61 Watson street 
lilne, Mrs Alexander, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 107 Lochee rd. 
lilne, Mrs David, wine and spirit mercht. ,116 Cowgate ; h. 82 Victoria rd. 
lilne, Mrs David, 9 Lady well place, Victoria road 
lilne, Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 54 King street 

lilne, Mrs M. , berlin wool and fancy goods warehouse, 67 Perth rd. ; A. 71 
lilne, Mrs Robert, Abbotsford cottage, Forfar road 
lilne, Mrs Sarah, dressmaker, 1 Crescent lane 
lilne, Mrs William, Thorn place, 245 Blackness road 
nine, Miss J. E., dressmaker, 194 Blackness road 
lilne. Miss M., 15 South Tay street 
lilne. Misses, teachers, 32 Bank street 
lilroy, James, flaxdresser, 13 Shepherd's loan 

linto, John D., spiritdealer, 39 Union street ; h. 22 Dundonald street 
) linto, William, brush manufacturer, 30 Barrack street ; h. 32 
linto, Mrs Helen, boardinghouse keeper, 39 Exchange street 
litchell, Alexander, boot and shoe merchant, 28 Ann st. ; h.W Baffin st. 
litchell, Alexander, manager, Craigie Shipyard ; h. 62 Commercial st. 
litchell, Alexander, milloverseer, 59 Hill street 
litchell, Alexander L., grocer, 44 Polepark road 
litchell, Alexander C, coachbuilder, 22 St Mary's place 
litchell, Alexander, fish merchant, 15 Bellfield lane 
litchell, Andrew, & Co., merchants, Baltic chambers, 9 Bell street 
litchell, Andrew, clerk, 40 Union street 
litchell, Andrew, cowfeeder, Fairmuir toll 
litchell, Charles D., solicitor and notary public, 61 Reform street; h. 

160 Liff road, Lochee 
litchell, Charles, ironturner, 8 William street, King street 
litchell, Charles, upholsterer, Gladstone place, 32 Dudhope Cres. road 
litchell, David, of Mitchell & Wighton, Parkview ter., 12 Forfar road 
Mitchell, David R. , of Mitchell & Jones, 1 Panmure terrace 
Mitchell, David, grain merchant, 159 vScouringburn ; h. 8 Park terrace 
/litchell, David, late fruit merchant, 14 Union street 
ilitchell, David, grocer and spirit mercht., 208 Hawkhill ; h. 67 Ure st. 
ilitchell, David, shipmaster, 2 Kirk entry 
(litchell, David, gardener, 16 Queen street 
vlitchell, Faraday, grocer's assistant, 8 Dens brae 
Vlitchell, George, family grocer and wine merchant, 26 High street ; 

h. Wellgate house, Newport 
ilitchell, George, sailmaker, 3 Lowden's alley 
vlitchell, George J. , printer, Livingstone place, Lochee road 
jditchell, George, messenger, Baxter Brothers & Co. ; h. 13 S. Ellen street 
klitchell, George, carpenter, 47 Princes street 
Ilitchell, George, carpenter, 5 M'Gill street 
Ilitchell, Georgina, fruiterer, 115 Cowgate 
ilitchell, Helen, grocer, 49 Arbroath road 
Mitchell, Henry B., of Mitchell & Morrison, manufacturers, Coupar- 

Angus Jute Works ; h. 1 Park place 
ilitchell, James, & Co. , seedcrushers and cotton oil refiners, Calcutta 

buildings, 20 Commercial street ; works, Monikie 


Mitchell, James, sliipbroker and shipowner, 59 Dock st. ; h. Charlemon 

West Ferry 
Mitchell, James, of James Mitchell & Co., 3 Douglas terrace, Bro. Ferr 
Mitchell, James, examiner for masters and mates. Local Marine Board 

A. Catherine's cottage, Carnoustie 
Mitchell, James G., calenderer, 133 Princes street 
Mitchell, James, corn merchant, 27 Dock street ; h. 2 Maryfield terrad 
Mitchell, James, engineering department. Post Office ; A. 7 St Peter s' 
Mitchell, James, coal merchant, 185a Perth road 
Mitchell, James, millmanager, Dundee Linen Works ; h. 38 N. George st 
Mitchell, James T., surfaceman, 8 Wallace street 
Mitchell, James, joiner, 44 Peddie street 
Mitchell, James, engineer, 1 North William street 
Mitchell, James, flourmiller, 45 Watson street 
Mitchell, James, moulder, 5 Roslin terrace 
Mitchell, James, mason, 342 Loons road 
Mitchell, James, seaman, 49 Foundry lane 
Mitchell, John D., of J. D. Adams & Co., 29 Tait's lane 
Mitchell, John R. , wine merchant and Italian warehouseman, 92 Nether 

gate ; h. 29 Windsor street 
Mitchell, John, blacksmith, 234 Hilltown ; h. 92 Dens road 
Mitchell, John A., ship's clerk, 58 Watson street 
Mitchell, John, 5 Ritchie's lane 
Mitchell, John, mason, 48 Princes street 
Mitchell, John, tenter, 16 Lawson place 
Mitchell, John, mason, 36 North street 

Mitchell, John, late butcher, Rosslyn cottage, top of Provost road 
Mitchell & Jones, merchants, wholesale warehousemen, carpet, matting, 

and bedding manufacturers, 8 Meadow street 
Mitchell, P. D., oil merchant and millfurnisher, 108 Commercial street 

h. Peninnah, Monifieth 
Mitchell, Peter, coffeehouse-keeper, 29 Trades lane 
Mitchell, Peter, blacksmith, 25 Catherine street 
Mitchell, Robert H. , house proprietor, 147^ Ann street 
Mitchell, Robert, Clifton villa, Perth road 
Mitchell, Robert, fireman, 9 Cochrane street 
Mitchell, Robert, shipwright, 4 St Matthew street 
Mitchell, Robert, coppersmith, 10 Middle street 

Mitchell, Stewart, houseagent, 51 Reform street; h. 25 Lilybank road 
Mitchell, Thomas, grocer and wine merchant, agent for W. & A. Gilbey, 

11 Union street ; h. 2\ Airlie place 
Mitchell, Thomas, blacksmith, 6 Lamb's lane 

Mitchell & Wighton, brassfounders and plumbers, 90 to 94 Seagate 
Mitchell, William, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Cherryfield, and aerated 

water manufacturer, 125 Blackness road ; h. 49 Larch street f 

Mitchell, Wm., fireclay agent, mineral yard, E. Dockst. ; h. 18 Baffin sti, 
Mitchell, Wm. A., teller, Rl. Bank, Westport ; h. 1 Balgay st., Lochee 
Mitchell, William, plumber and brassfounder, 69 Cowgate ; h. 61 
Mitchell, William, late farmer. Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 
Mitchell, William, harbour porter, 1 Langlands street 
Mitchell, William P., house proprietor, 5 Roslin terrace, Clepington 


'j Mitchell, William, clerk, 9 M'Gill street 

Mitchell, William, enginefitter, N.B. Railway ; h. 17 Annfield row 

Mitchell, William, street porter, 6 Castle court 

Mitchell, William, mason, 51 Watson street 

Mitchell, William, mechanic, 131 Ann street 

Mitchell, William, 3 Craig street 
j Mitchell, William, shoemaker, 20 Dundonald street 
j Mitchell, Mrs Alexander, 50 North Ellen street 

Mitchell, Mrs David, 22 Windsor street 

Mitchell, Mrs D., confectioner, 13 Well road, Butterbum 

Mitchell, Mrs E. , grocer and confectioner, 66 Blackness road 

Mitchell, Mrs Janies, grocer, 78 Blackscroft 

Mitchell, Mrs Margaret, 18 Hawkhill place 

Mitchell, Mrs Wm., greengrocer, 24 Blackscroft; h. 18 Baffin street 

Mitchell, Mrs W., confectioner, 6 Strathmartine road 

Mitchell, Mrs, fruiterer, 179 Scouringbum 

Mitchell, Mrs, midwife, 15 Hill street 

Mitchell, Mrs, 1 Park place 

Mitchell, Mrs, 87 Hospital wynd 

Mitchell, Mrs, 18 Hawkhill place 

Mitchell, Miss E. , smallware merchant, 33 Constitution road 

Mitchell, Miss Mary, milliner, 15 Hill street 

Mitchell, Miss, dressmaker. Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 

Mitchell, Misses, dressmakers, 1 Lowden's alley 

Mitchelson, Alexander, overseer, 31 Hunter street 

Moffat, George, moulder, 27 Wolseley street 

Moffat, James, stereotyper, 38 Ure street 

Moffat, John, porter, 70 Caldrum street 

Moffat, J. C. , clerk, Garfield place, 53 Hawkhill 

Moffat, Walter, jeweller, 10 Glebe street 

Moffat, William, bootmaker, 90 Caldrum street 

Moffat, Miss Mary, milliner, 77 Ann street; h. 1 Middle street 

Moir, Albert, engineer, 18 Albert street 

Moir, David, carpenter, 173 Victoria road 

Moir, David, milloverseer, Reid street 

Moir, Edward, of John Moir & Son, Craighead villa, East Newport 

Moir, Edward W., wine and spirit merchant, 173 Hilltown ; h. 171 
jlMoir, Frederick B. , spiritdealer, 8 Bell street ; h. 13 Arbroath road 
JJMoir, James, manager. Cottage Factory, East Dock st. ; h. 10 Albert st. 
,1 Moir, John, & Son, linen manufacturers, 31 Albert square 
' Moir, John C, marine engineer, 40 Kemback street 

Moir, J. W., grocer and provision merchant, 175 Hilltown ; h. 171 

Moir, Philip, cement and commission agent, 5 Bain sq. ; cement stores, 
1 Gellatly street ; h. 166 Perth road 

Moir, Wm. , agent. Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform st. , and N. British and Mer- 
cantile Insurance Co., 11 Panmure st. ; h. Bank house. Reform st. 

Moir, William, brassfounder, 16 Lawrence street 

Moir, William, blacksmith, 4 Raglan street 

Moir, Mrs John, confectioner and fruiterer, 143 Princes street ; h. 145 

Moir, Misses, teachers, 79 Albert street 

Molison, Wm., joiner and cabinetmaker, 1 Small's wynd ; h. 80 Hawkhill 



MoUison, Graham, joiner, 15 Rosefield street 

Mollison, James, of the Tay Shipbuilding Company, Marine parade ; h. 

1 Westfield place, Broughty Ferry 
Mollison, James, jun., & Co., spinners and manufacturers, 48 RosebankI 

street ; office, 9 Panmure street 
Mollison, Jas. , jun. , of Jas. Mollison, jvm. , & Co. , 1 Westfield pi. , B. Ferry 
Mollison, James, baker, 41 Union street ; ^. 43 
Mollison, John, milloverseer, Dens works ; h. 8 Arbroath road 
Mollison, John, carter, 40 Watson street 
Mollison, Mrs, 42 Tait's lane 

Monarch Line Steam Ship. Co. ; Melville & Halley, 2Coupar'salley, agents 
Monce, John, carting contractor, 23 Brown street ; h. 21 
Moncrieff, David, fireman, 1 Peep-o'-Day lane 
Moncrieff, Henry, U.P. town missionary, Dallfield Walk Mission ; h. 

2 Crescent lane 
Moncrieff, James, baker, 1 and 2 Springhill place. Ferry road ; h. 4 
Moncrieff, Robert W., of R. & W. Moncrieff, Mansionbank, Methven 
Moncrieff, R. & W., linen and jute manufacturers and merchants, 

4 India buildings ; works, Methven, Perthshire 
Moncrieff, William W. , of R. & W. Moncrieff, 2 Viewforth place 
Moncrieff, Mrs Charlotte, 4 Dens brae 
Moncrieff, Mrs William, 2 Viewforth place 
Moncrieff, Miss Jemima M., 125 Nethergate 

Moncur, Alexander Hay, of Alex. Moncur & Son, Rockfield, 283 Perth rd, 
Moncur, Alexander, & Son, manufacturers, Victoria Works, Ure street 
Moncur, Alexander, grocer and spirit merchant, 14 North Wellington 

street ; h. 33 North Church street 
Moncur, David, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 87 and 89 Milnbank 

road ; h. 1 Balgay street 
Moncur, David, mechanic, 30 North street 
Moncur, David, joiner, 35 St Peter street 

Moncur, Geo. B., fruit and potato mercht., 35 Union st. ; h. 124 Seagate 
Moncur, James, confectioner, 226 Overgate ; A. 222 
Moncur, Jane, basket and fancy goods warehouse, 36 Union street ; h. 

Moncur, Jane, manglekeeper, 9 Cochrane street 
Moncur, William, clerk. Post Office ; h. 24a Hawkhill 
Moncur, William, police constable, 28^ North street 
Moncur, William, collecting agent, 3 Parker's court, William street 
Moncur, Wm. , china and hardware mer. , 143 Hawkhill ; A. 2 Wilkie's lane 
Moncur, William B., mason, 18 Todbum lane 
Moncur, Mrs, manglekeeper, Ellen place, 3 Lyon street 
Moncur, Mrs, manglekeeper, 13 Temple lane 
Monfries, Alexander, Alexandra terrace, 330 Perth road 
Monie, Rev. James, Morison E.U. Church; h, 91 Arbroath road 
Monro, Jessie, 69 Nethergate 
Montague, Francis, pointsman, 37 Gellatly street 

Monteith, James D., stationmaster, Magdalen green ; h. 6 Havelock pi, 
Montgomery, George, manufacturing stationer, and bookseller, agent for 

Milner's safes, 64 High street ; h. 52 Seafield road 
Montgomery, James, boot and shoe maker, 125 Blackscroft 


Montgomery, John R., ironturner, 34 Catherine street 
Montgomery Joseph, warehouseman, 21 Ogilvie's road 
Montgomery, William, powerloom tenter, 38 Ann street 
Montgomery, Mrs, 2 Ashton place, Hawkhill 

Montgomery, Miss Amy, matron. Deaf and Dumb Inst., Dudhopebank 
Moodie, David, merchant and manufacturer, 5 Bain square and 59 

Cowgate ; /t. 12 Annfield road 
Moodie, D., & Co., bleachers and merchants, Meadow house, 49 

Meadowside ; works, Balmuir Bleachfield 
Moodie, David, of D. Moodie & Co. , Balmuirfield 
Moodie, William, 4 Morrison's court, Wellgate 

Moon, Charles, M.B., CM., Edinr. , medical practitioner, 33 S. Tay street 
Moon, David Steele, medical practitioner, 15 King street 
Moon, Langlands, & Co. , warehousemen, Albion house, 40 and 42N'rgate 
Mooney, Richard, fireman, 70 Constable street 
Moore, John (Brother Alphonse), evangelist, 14 Garland place 
Moore, John, railway guard, 1 Thomson street 
Moore, Michael, broker, 34 Caldrum street 
Moore & Weinberg, linen and yam merchants, Spanish vice-consulate, 

13 Panmure street 
Moore, William, milloverseer, 22 Ogilvie's road 
Moram, George, blacksmith, 58 Crescent lane 
Moran, John, foreman, 38 Blackness road 
Moran, Martin, lapper, 35 Larch street 
More, Thomas, baker, 33 Todburn lane 
Morgan, James, house proprietor, 64 Dura street 
('Morgan, William, carpenter, 64 Dura street 

(Morison, Anderson, & Butchart, spinners, manufacturers, and merchants, 
Wallace Works, Dens road, and St Roque's Works, Constable street 
Morison, W. R. , of Morison, Anderson, & Butchart, Balgillo house,B.Ferry 
MORRIS, ALEXANDER, basket manufacturer and cooper, 82 Nethergate; 
k. 80. See Adv. 
.Morris, Bernard, bootfitter, 24 Dallfield walk 
' Morris, Charles, clerk, 69 Reform street 
I Morris, Charles, grocer, 16 Hunter street 

Morris, Geo. , bookseller and stationer, 72 High st. ; 7i. 6 Somerville pi. 
I Morris, I., draper and hosier, 137 Hawkhill 
Morris, James, cab proprietor, 48 Strathmartine road ; h. 46 

I Morris, James, cooper, 88 Overgate 
JMorris, John, inspector of poor and registrar, Mains and Strathmartine, 
I h. Ivy cottage, Clepington road 
.Morris, John, basket manufacturer, 15 Long wynd ; A. 2 St David's lane 
Morris, Peter, confectioner, 63 Miliabank road 

Morris, William, manager, P. Nucator, Bell street ; h. 78 Bell street 
Morris, Mrs William, 69 Reform street 

Morris, Mrs, mantle and dress maker. Grant's place, 42 Westport 
Morris, Mrs William, cowfeeder, 46 Strathmartiae road 
Morris, Mrs, 11 Isles' lane 

Morrison, Annie, fruiterer, 76 Victoria road ; h. 53 Dudhope street 
Morrison, David, grocer and spiritdealer, 179 Victoria rd. ; 7d. 1 Lamb's lane 
Morrison, David S., factory manager, Mid Wynd Works ; h. 57 Ure st. 


Morrison, David, tailor, 8 Dura street 

Morrison, David, painter, 15 Annfield row 

Morrison, David, clerk, 57 North Wellington street 

Morrison, Jas. T. , manager, Hillside Wks. ; ^. Victoria cres. , 1 Lamb's land 

Morrison, James, joiner, 19 Kinloch street 

Morrison, James, agent, 13 North Wellington street 

Morrison, James, joiner, 14 Temple lane 

Morrison, John, factory overseer, Baxter Brothers & Co.; h. 7 Roslinter. 

Morrison, John, clothier, draper and milliner, 4 Strathmartine road ; h. 14 
Hospital wynd 

Morrison, John,travellerfor Berry, Barclay,& Co., Glasgow, 53 Dudhope st, 

Morrison, John, lamplighter, 11 Constitution street 

Morrison, John, lamplighter, 46 Commercial street, Maxwelltpwn 

Morrison, John, confectioner, 187 Blackness road 

Morrison, Matthew, sen., butcher, 87 Murraygate; ^.Bellfieldcot.,N'port 

Morrison, Neil, signalman, 21 Raton's lane 

Morrison, Rebecca, draper, 284 Hilltown ; h. 13 N.Wellington street 

Morrison, Richard, bookseller, 11 Reform street 

Morrison, Ronald, late grocer, 26 Bruce street 

Morrison, William B. , merchant, 30 Cowgate ; h. Duntrune villa, Kiln- 
burn place, Newport 

Morrison, Wm.G., fruit mer. andcomm.agt.,5Exchangest.; A.15Baxterst. 

Morrison, William, tanner, 1 Littlejohn street 

Morrison, William, clerk, 15 Baxter street 

Morrison, Mrs Elizabeth, confectioner, 22 Hill street 

Morrison, Mrs William, butcher, 90 Hawkhill ; h. 88 

Morrison, Mrs, dressmaker, 204 Lochee road 

Morrison, Mrs, 11 Forebank road 

Morrison, Miss Margaret, 98 Blackscroft 

Mortimer, Robt., packingbox maker, 14 King's rd. ; A. 110 Victoria rd. 

Mortimer, Robert, jun., packingbox maker, 7 William street, Forebank 

Mortimer, William, fireman, 14 Lawrence street 

Mortimer, Mrs, profes. cook, and register office, 29 Yeaman shore; h. 27 

Morton, Alexander, ropespinner, 10 Hill street 

Morton, Alexander, clerk, West Station ; h. Inchcoonans, Errol 

Morton, Andrew, manager, Stobswell Works ; /(. 5 Stobswell road 

Morton, David, 78 Commercial street ; li. 12 Renny place. West Ferry 

Morton, Geo., wine mer., 26 and 28 N.Lindsay st. ; h. 25 Strawberrybank 

Morton, James, tailor and clothier, 78 Commercial street ; h. Maryfield 
terrace. East Newport 

Morton, Jessie, dressmaker, 98 Albert street 

Morton, John, porter, 94 Commercial street 

Morton, Jonathan' A., bricklayer and contractor, 24 Stanley pi. , Step row 

Morton, Lawrence, vanman, 2 Small's lane 

Morton, Robert, tailor and clothier, 125a Nethergate ; h. 5 Park terrace- 
Morton, Thomas, stevedore, 12 Craigie street 

Morton, William J. , clerk. Shore Dues office ; h. 2 Dalhousie terrace 

Morton, William K. , factory worker, 48 Rosebank street 

Moss, James, brassfounder, 10 Anntield street 

Moss, Samuel, brassfounder, 9 Hean's lane ; h. 7 

Mossman, William, blacksmith, 92 Albert street 


Moutrie, Robert, Customs officer, 15 Annfield street 

Mowat, David, blacksmith, 2 Lawrence street 

Mowat, Mrs, 31 Step row 

Mowbray, John, tailor, 2 St Clement's lane 

Mowbray, Margaret, fruiterer, 104 Hilltown; h. American muir 

Moyes, James, fitter, 15 Annfield street 

Moyes, John, patternmaker, 9 St Salvador street 

Moyes, Lawrence, fish salesman and auctioneer, Fishmarket ; h. 28 
Couttie's wynd 

Moyes, Thomas, joiner, 4 Temple lane 

Moyes, William, blacksmith, 1 1 Glebe street 

Muat, Mrs, 21 Strawberrybank 

Muckersie, David, schoolmaster, Wallacetown Public School ; h. Palma 
cottage, M'Gill street 

Muckersie, Jas., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 212 Lochee rd.; h. 214 

Mudie, David, milloverseer, 50 Mains road 
David, broker, 58 Dudhope street 

E. M. , insurance agent, 2 Rl. Exchange court ; /i.Roselea, E. N'port 
George, seaman, 7i Blackscroft 
George, spiritdealer's assistant, 38 Jamaica street 
George G. , warehouseman, 28 Lawson place 
Grace, greengrocer, 32a Arbroath road 

Jas. R. , stockbroker, 2 Rl. Exchange court ; h. Roselea, E. Newport 
James, of R. A. Mudie & Sons, Craig-gowan, Broughty Ferry 
Jas., general dealer, 36Hawkhill; A. Wallace's Pend, 24Hawkhill 
James, milloverseer, 3 Cochrane street 
James, shoemaker, 282 Hilltown ; h. 353 Loons road 
John, schoolmaster, Glebe Lands Public School ; h. 1 Morgan ter. 
John, hairdresser, 98 Dudhope street ; ^. 96 
John E., clerk. Mid Wynd Works ; A, 13 Mid wynd 
John, mechanic, 13 Mid wynd 
John, blacksmith, 1 Wilkie's lane 

P. Spence, jutespinner and manufacturer, Bank Mill Works; 
Seabourne, Broughty Ferry 

Robert A., of R. A. Mudie & Sons, Seabourne, Broughty Ferry 
Robert, of R. A. Mudie & Sons, Corona, West Ferry 
R. A. , & Sons, steamship owners, 26 and 28 East Dock street 
William, spiritdealer, 96 Ann street ; h. 1 N. Wellington street 
William, teacher, Clepington Public School ; h. 3 Athole terrace, 




IMudie, William G., chainnaker, 1 Springhill, Ferry rd. ; h. 32 Ferry rd, 
Mudie, Mrs Robert, poultry and game dealer, 127 Nethergate 
Mudie, Miss, grocer, 307 Loons road 
Mudie, Miss Ann, grocer, 11^ Mid wynd 
Muir, David, brassfinisher, 15 North street 
Muir, David, lapper, 38 Kincardine street 
Muir, John, shoemaker and grocer, 27 Peddie street ; h. 33 
Muir, John D., teller. Commercial Bank ; h. 1 Gowrie place 
Muir, Robert, coal merchant, 18 Baxter street 
Muir, Samuel, carrier, 6 Shepherd's loan 
Muir, Robert, 69 Nethergate 


MUIR, THOMAS, SON, & PATTON, coal merchants and colliery agents,! 
63 Yeaman shore, Dundee ; Lochee and Broughty Ferry. See Adv. 
Muir, William, of Macdonald & Muir, 69 Nethergate 
Mnir, William, baker, 13 Alexander street 
Muligan, Peter, carter, 17 Paterson street 
Mullen, Miss Mary Ann, dress and mantle maker, 9 Airlie terrace 
Mulligan, Mary Ajin, grocer, 148 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Well road 
Mulrooney, William, grocer's assistant, S Graham place 
Munro, Alexander, traveller, 20 Pitfour street 
Munro, Charles, fiaxdresser, 1 North William street 
Munro, David, grocer, 77 Lochee road ; h. 79 

Munro, David, ironmonger, 12 Crichton street ; h. 27 Strawberrybank 
Munro, Donald, wine and spirit merchant, 70 St Andrew's street and 

118 Seagate ; h. Viewfield, Carlogie road, Carnoustie 
Munro, Donald, cooper, 10 Cotton road 
Munro, Donald, tenter, 3 Penny cook lane 
Munro, John, blacksmith, 16 Scouringbum ; h. 34 
Munro, John, carter, 25 Langlands street 
Munro, John, mechanic, 2 Malcolm street 
Munro, John, & Co., furniture dealers, 90 Hilltown 
Munro, Mrs E. , wholesale provision merchant. Ward road ; h. Sunny- 
law, 10 Albany terrace 
Munro, Mrs James, 17 Park place 

Munro, Mrs Peter, lodgings, St Andrew's place, 18 Cowgate 
Murchie, Alex., blacksmith, hameand chain maker, 9 Jamaica st. ; h, 28 
MURDOCH, ALEX, sen., joiner and funeral undertaker, 13 Crescent street 
and 6 Crescent lane ; h. 51 Crescent street. See Adv. 

Murdoch, Alexander, jun., joiner, 31 Princes street 

Murdoch, A. J. , insurance and commission agent, 79 Commercial street ; 
h. Hillbank cottage, 1 Thistle street 

Murdoch, David, joiner, 55 Crescent street 

Murdoch, George, fiaxdresser, 1 1 Lower pleasance 

Murdoch, James, stationer and printer, 77 Commercial street ; h. Rosslyn 
house, Provost road 

Murdoch, James, porter, 50 Lilybank road 

Murdoch, John, flax merchant, 8 StRoque's lane ; h. 107 Ann street 

Murdoch, John G., & Co., Limited, manufacturers, publishers, and im- 
porters. Arcade buildings. King street ; J. Lawson, manager 

Murdoch, John, harbour porter, 36 Victoria road 

Murdoch, John, clerk, 25 Dock street ; h. 51 Foundry lane 

Murdoch, John, grocer, 67 Watson street 

Murdoch, Robert, agent, National Bank, 71 Reform st.; h. 1 Albert sq. 

Murdoch, Thomas, of Wm. L. Boase & Co., consul for the Argentine 
Republic, 62 St Andrew's street ; A. Douglasbank, 4 Douglas ter. 

Murdoch, Mrs Margaret, 4 Mid street 

Murie, Robert, currier, 37 Ann street 

Murison, James, merchant, 5 Panmure street ; h. 6 Windsor place 

Murison, Patrick, of Thomson, Shepherd, & Co., Seafield lodge, 75 
Magdalen green 

Murison, William T., merchant, 3R1. Exchange pi. ; h. 10 Clarendon ter. 

Murphy, John, stationer and tobacconist, 84 Dudhope street : 


Murphy, William, agent, Prudential Insurance, 20 Blyth street 

Murphy, William F., Customs officer, 23 St Andrew's street 

Murphy, Mrs, greengrocer, 243 Lochee road ; A. 1 Albert square, Lochee 

Murray, Agnes, grocer, 86 Ferry road 

Murray, Alex., carver and gilder, 106 Nethergate; A. 42 Magdalen Yard rd. 

Murray, Alexander, housepainter, 1 Watt street 

Murray, Alfred, confectioner, 3 Vault 

Murray, Andrew, lodgings, 17 Crighton street 

Murray, Cecilia, 40 Perth road 

Murray, Charles, foreman moulder, 29 North Wellington street 

Murray, David, mason, 14 Ogilvie's road 

Murray, David, dyer, 81 Hospital wynd 

Murray, Donald, calenderworker, 5 Paton's lane 

Murray, George, Customhouse officer ; h. Customhouse buildings 

Murray, George A., compositor, 12 Kincardine street 

Murray, George, platelayer, 10 West Dock street 

Murray, Georgina, of Law & Murray, 19 Lady well place, Victoria road 

Murray, Islay B., joiner and glazier, 63a Perth road ; h. 184 

Murray, James, reporter, Courier & Argus ; li. 6 Rosefield street 

Murray, James, housepainter, 6 Bellfield lane 

Murray, James, overseer, 93 Peddie street 

Murray, James, blacksmith, 168 Blackness road 

Murray, James, shoemaker, 4 Erskine street 

MuiTay, James, calenderworker, 46 Step row 

Murray, John, seaman, 12 William street, Forebank 

Murray, John, stevedore, 117 Ann street 

Murray, Matthew, engineer, 27 Step row 

Murray, M. & E., grocers and drapers, 157 Scouringbum ; h. 40 Perth rd. 

Murray, Peter, powerloom manager. Dens Works ; h. 1 Nelson street 

Murray, Peter, joiner, 177^ Scouringbum 

Murray, Richard G., assistant architect, 6 Perth road 

Murray, Robert B., compositor, 22 King's road 

Murray, Samuel, engineer, Salisbury place, 89 Arbroath road 

MURRAY, THOMAS, carver, gilder, and printseller, 104 and 106 Nether- 
! gate ; h. 6 Perth road. See Adv. 

Murray, Thomas, & Co., booksellers, Bookstall, Taybridge Station 
I Murray, Thomas, baker, 11 Fleuchar street 

Murray, William, factory porter, 8 Dura street 

Murray, William, joiner, Abbotsford place, Peddie street 

Murray, Mrs Isabella, manglekeeper, 30 Lilybank road 

Murray, Miss Isabella, Rustic place, 1 Dudhope street 

Murray, Miss Margaret, teacher, West-End Academy ; h. 1 Graham pi. 

Murray, Mrs Mary, lodginghouse keeper, 87 Overgate ; A. 93 

Murray, Mrs R., 22 Airlie place 

Murray, Mrs Jessie, grocer, 15 Mains road ; A. 21 

Murray, Miss Annie, milliner, 10 St Roque's lane 

Murray, Miss, of Misses Schultzen and Murray, 24 South Tay street 

Mustard, Robert, fireman, 23 Langlands street 

Mustard, William, draper, 49 Watson street ; A. 35 Lilybank road 

Mustard, William, joiner, 22 Barrack street 

Mustard, William, fireman, 106 Princes sti-eet 


Mustard, Mrs, 8 Paton's lane 

Mustard, Miss, teacher of music, 6 Park terrace 

Mutrie, Mrs Janet, 35 Constitution road 

MUTTER, HOWEY, & CO., contractors, carriers to H.M. Government, 

agents for N.B. Ely. Co., D. & A. Joint Rly. Co., and East Coast 

Railways ; offices, 24 Cowgate, East Station, and Taybridge Station ; 

James Slidders, manager. See Adv. 
MUTUAL Accident Association, Limited, Victoria chambers, 12 Victoria 

road ; Geo. Schleselman, district agent. See Adv. 
MUTUAL Fire Insurance Corporation, Limited, Victoria chambers, 12 

Victoria road ; Geo. Schleselman, district agent. See Adv. 
Myles, Alexander, joiner, 18 Todburn lane 
Myles, Andrew, Napier place, 9 Nelson street 

Myles, A. B. , accountant, 2 India buildings ; h. Bramblebank, B. Ferry 
Myles, David, accountant, 1 1 Reform street ; h. 67 Magdalen green 
Myles, David, manufacturer and merchant, Forebank and Cotton Road 

Factories ; office, 25 Forebank road ; h. Broughty Ferry 
Myles, George, carter, 50 Ure street 

Myles, Jas., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 41 Peddie st. ; h. 7 Park ter. 
Myles, John, carter, 19 Tait's lane 

Myles, Robert, confectioner, 195 Overgate; h. Campbeltonpl., Hawkhill 
Myles, Thomas M'Ewan, dairyman, 179 Blackness road 
Myles, William, salesman, Arcade buildings. King street 
Myles, William, shipriveter, 24 Todburn lane 
Myles, Mrs James, 22 Peddie street 
Myles, Mrs James, 38 Kemback street 
Myles, Mrs Richard, I Ford's lane 

Nagel, Henry, teacher, 21 South Tay street ; k. 10 Tay square 

Nairn, B. L., clerk, 33 Dock street ; h. 34 Thomson street 

Nairn, John M. , millmanager, Ann Street Works ; h. 27 Janefield place 

Nairn, William, merchant, Baltic buildings ; h. 15 Nelson street 

Nairn, William, collector, 50 Barrack street 

Nairn, Mrs Charles, Norwood terrace, 34 Thomson street 

Nairn, Mrs, 27 Janefield place 

Napier, Andrew, clerk and storekeeper, East Poorhouse 

Napier, George, clerk, 70 Seagate ; h. 12 Forfar road, Maryfield 

Naysmith, Robert, clerk-at-law, 10 Reform street ; h. 10 Rosefield street 

NATIONAL Bank of Scotland, Limited, 71 Reform street; Robt. Murdoch, 

agent ; John Colville, assistant agent; branch, 115Hilltown; Richd. 

C. Reid, agent. See Adv. 
National Steamship Co., Limited, 54 Commercial st. ; Jas. Miller, agent 
National Telephone Co. , Ld . , 1 3 Panmure st. ; Frank Lumley , dist. manager 
NATIONAL Guarantee and Suretyship Association, Limited. See Adv. 
Naulty, Michael, grocer, 68 Blackness road 
Neave, James M., draper's assistant, 13 Dudhope street 
Neave, John, brewery manager, 53 Dudhope street 
Neave, Mrs David, wine and spirit merchant, 119 Victoria road ; h. 101 
Neaves, James, packer, 18 South Ellen street 
Neil, Alexander, painter, 32 Charles street 
Neill, Alexander M., grocer, 11 Hill st. ; h. Willowpark villa, Downfield 


Neill, Thomas, provision merchant, 99 Overgate ; h. 103 
Neilson, Andrew, carpenter, 66 Constable street 
Neilson, George, ironmoulder, 28 North George stx'eet 
Neilson, John, shoemaker, 15 Hawkhill 
Neilson, Thomas, seaman, 2 Ness street, Forebank 
Neilson, Mrs George, 41 Reform street 
Neilson, Mrs, apartments, 79 Coimnercial street 

Neish, Alex., houseagent, 51 Reform street ; h. Gladstone place, Lochee 
Neish, James L., draper and clothier, 21 and 23 James street ; h. Union 

cottage. Shamrock street 
Neish, James S., reporter, Coiirier & Argus ; A. 29 Isles' lane 
Neish, James, gardener, 9 Blackheath place, Hawkhill 
Neish, Mary Ann, 36 Ferry road 
Neish, Mrs, 35 Stanley place. Step row 
Neish, Miss E., 13 Magdalen Yard road 

[Nelson, John, clerk, 7 King street ; h. 6 South Wellington street 
Nelson, Wm., bootmaker, 310 Hawkhill; /t. Mylnefieldfues, Invergowrie 
Nelson, William, ostler, 25 Seafield road 
Ness, Alexander, confectioner, 32 Dundonald street ; A. 36 
Ness, Andrew, slater, 44 Annfield row 
Ness, John, blacksmith, 60 Kemback street 
Ness, Richard, factory worker, 12 Wolseley street 
Ness, William, clerk. Advertiser office ; A. 40 Dallfield terrace 
Ness, Mi's Catherine, grocer, 1 Glebe street ; A. 4 Craigiebank place 
Netherlands, Vice-consul for — T. W. Thoms, 18 Cowgate 
Neville, Henry, warehouseman, 53 North Church street 
Newbigging, James, venetian-bluid maker, 112 Rosebank street 
Newcastle Chemical Works Company, Limited ; agent for Scotland, 

James Rankin, 13 Albert square 
Newton, William, clerk, Dudhope Works ; A. 15 Balfour street 
NEW PUBLIC WASHING-HOUSES, Bleaching Green, Constitution road ; 
j James Davie, manager. See Adv. 

(Nicholson, James H., brush manufacturer, 40 Castle street ; workshop, 
20 Exchange street ; A. Noblestown cottage, Forfar road 
icholson, John, boot and shoe maker, 47 Watson street 
icholson & Marquis, accountants and insurance agents, 32 Castle street 
icholson, Robert D., engineer, 61 Crescent street 
icholson, Mrs, china merchant, 10 Strathmartine road 
icol, Alexander, deputy superintendent. Mercantile Marine office, 63 

Dock street ; A. 1 Mid street 
icol, David, of D. & W. Nicol, 8 Eliza street 

icol, David & William, butchers, 100 Ann st. , and 21 Gray st. , Bro. Ferry 
icol, George, carpenter, 22 Watson street 

icol, James, tailor and clothier, 71 High street ; A. 2 Park terrace 
"'^icol, James, manager, Garden Works ; A. Waterloo place, 75 Annfield rd, 
I'ficol, John, spirit merchant, 48 and 50 Charles street ; A. 46 
Ticol, John F., clerk, 24 Cowgate ; A. 6 Balfour street 
vficol, Peter, sawmiller, 30 Isles' lane 
f icol, Samuel P. , draper and clothier, 97 Peddie street 
iTicol, William, of D. & W. Nicol, 8 Eliza street 
Ticol, William, shipsteward, 7 Castle lane 



Nicoll, Alexander, of A. & J. NicoU, Riverleigh, Perth road 

Nicoll, Alexander, builder, 10 Cleghorn street 

Nicoll, Alexander, painter, 35 Wilkie's lane 

Nicoll, Alexander, foreman cooper, Kintore place, 61 Watson street 

Nicoll, Alexander, clerk, 4 Springhill place. Ferry road 

Nicoll, Alexander 0. , mechanic, 62 Ferry road 

Nicoll, A. & J., spinners, and manufacturers, Ward Works, S. Wardrd. 

Nicoll, Charles, basket manufacturer, 16 Overgate ; h. 14 

Nicoll, Christopher, mason, 10 Cleghom street 

NICOLL, DAVID, aerated water manufacturer, Fleuchar Craig Works, 2 

Balgay street ; h. Bridgefoot, Baldragon. See Adv. 
Nicoll, David, grocer, 162 Scouringburn ; h. 44 Polepark road 
Nicoll, David, calenderer, 17 Rosebank road 
NicoU, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 11 Dallfield terrace 
Nicoll, E., grocer, 26 Caldrum street 

Nicoll, George H., of G. H. Nicoll & Co., Taybeach cottage, W. Ferry 
Nicoll, George, ironmoulder, 49 Blackscroft 
Nicoll, George, shipmaster, II Dallfield terrace 
Nicoll, George, warehouseman, 19 Nelson street 
Nicoll, George, mechanic, 34 North Wellington street 
NICOLL, G. H., & CO., ironmongers, 18 and 20 Bank street, and Gray 

street, Broughty Ferry. See Adv. 
Nicoll & Jack, shipsmiths. West Graving dock 
NicoU, James B., wine merchant, 9 and 13 Nethergate ; h. 3 Park place 
NicoU, James, grocer and wine merchant, 39 Nethergate ; h. 125 
Nicoll, James, of W. & S. Strong, 12 Windsor street 
Nicoll, James, of A. & J. Nicoll, Magdalen place 
Nicoll, James, manager. Dura Works ; h. 4 Albert street 
Nicoll, James, of J. & W. Nicoll, 29 Step row 
Nicoll, James, broker, 20 St Mary street 
Nicoll, James, grocer, 5 Yeaman shore ; A. 4 Dock street 
Nicoll, James P., messenger. Commercial Bank ; h. 87 Commercial st, 
Nicoll, James, 4 Cleghom street 
NicoU, James, railway servant, 13 Bonnybank road 
Nicoll, James, clerk, 3 Royal Exchange place ; h. 9 King's road 
Nicoll, Jane, 62 Blackscroft 

Nicoll, Janet, pawnbroker, 2 Milne's East wynd ; h. 6 Fleuchar street 
Nicoll, John, of Dalgaims & Co. , Primrosebank, West Newport 
Nicoll, John, merchant, 27 St Andrew's street ; h. The Birks, B. Ferry 
Nicoll, John M., stationer, Albion cottage, Coldside 
Nicoll, John, wine and spirit merchant, 202 Lochee road ; h. 204 
Nicoll, John, grocer and wine merchant, 121 Perth road ; h. 1 St Peter st; 
Nicoll, John, shipmaster, 32 Castle street 
Nicoll, John S. , house proprietor, 23 Victoria street 
Nicoll, John, mason, 18 North Church street 
Nicoll, John, mechanic, 32 Hilltown 

NicoU, J. & W., blacksmiths, 103 Perth road - 

Nicoll, Martha R., grocer, 153 Victoria road ^ 

NicoU, Peter H., of Nicoll & Son, 1 Craigie terrace 
NicoU, Peter, draper, 81 Hilltown ; h. 108 
Nicoll, P. S., clerk, Dundee GemLineS.S.Co.;A.164E.Brookst.,Bro.Feriy 


NicoU, Robert, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, Bell Street hall, Constitu- 
tion road ; h. 2 Victoria place. West Ferry 

^icoU, Robert, fruiterer, 70 Hawkhill ; h. 27 Park wynd 

JTicoU, Robert, mason, 150 Hilltown 

NicoU & Son, iron merchants, 1 to 5 Ward road 

NicoU, Thomas, of NicoU & Son, 1 Craigie terrace 

NicoU, Thomas, jun., inspector of weights and measures, 29 N. Lindsay 
street ; h. 20 Peddie street 

NicoU, Thomas, railway porter, 131 Ann street 

NicoU, Thomas, hacklemaker, 92 Rosebank street 

NicoU, Thomas, shipmaster, 7 William street, Forebank 

NicoU, William, blacksmith, 26 Castle lane ; h. 4 Westfield place 

NicoU, William, lime merchant and shipowner, 24 E. Dockst. ; h. 33 Dock st.. 

NicoU, William, warehouseman, 33 Watson street 

NicoU, William, timekeeper, 5 Mountpleasant 

NicoU, William, painter, 36 Step row 

NicoU, William, grocer, 26 Rosebank road ; h. 24 

NiCoU, William, late coal merchant, 16 Dudhope street 

NicoU, William, engineer, 15 Graham place. Princes street 

NicoU, William G., bootmaker, 149 Victoria road 

NicoU, William T., spinning overseer, W. Dudhope Wks. ; h. 2Rosefieldst. 

NicoU, William, ironturner, 72 Albert street 

jNicoU, William, jomer, 32 Hospital wynd 

NicoU, William, mechanic, 80 Ure street 

'NicoU, William K., draper, 19 James street 

[NicoU, William, grocer and spirit merchant, 150 Scouringburn ; h. 148 

NicoU, William Steel, grocer and spirit merchant, 118 Hawkhill; grocer, 19 ' 

i Alexander street ; h. Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

JNicoU, Mrs D., basketmaker, 79 HUltown ; h. 108 

(NicoU, Mrs David, house proprietor, 45 Victoria street 

NicoU, Mrs Helen, grocer, 35 Peddie street 

NicoU, Mrs Margaret, spiritdealer, 17 Vault ; h. 15 

1 NicoU, Mrs Peter, draper, 170 Scouringburn ; h. 11 Crichton street 

i NicoU, Mrs Robert, 2 Gowrie place 

NicoU, Mrs Wm., grocer and spirit merchant, 150 Scouringburn ; h. 148 

NicoU, Miss Bella, stationer, 21 Victoria street ; h. 23 

NicoU, Miss, dressmaker, 11 Dallfield terrace 

Nicolson, Geo., assistant editor. Courier & Argus ; h. 34 N. Liadsay st, 

iNicolson, Very Rev. James, M.A., Dean of Brechin, incumbent of St 

I Salvador's Church ; h. 9a William street, Forebank 
jNicolson, James, officer. Catholic Apostolic Church ; A. 14 Garland place 
Niddrie, William D., ironturner, 75 Victoria road 
Niven, David, senr., of Niven & Sons, Tay terrace. East Newport 
iNiven, D., & Sons, butchers, 19 Crichton street 
■)!^iven, John C, of D. Niven & Sons, Alma house. West Newport 
Niven, Robert J. , resident secretary, Caledonian Insurance Co. , 37 
I Albert square ; h. Rosebank house, 16 Rose street 
Niven, Thomas, boilermaker, 10 Exchange street 
:N^iven, William, police constable, 62 Caldrum street 
Niven, William, fireman, 16 Annfield row 
Niven, Mrs Robert, lodgings, 71 High street 


Niven, Miss, teacher, 19 Seafield road 

Nixon, Thomas, confectioner, 77 Scouringbum ; h. 54 Blackness road 

Nixon, W. L., pianoforte & musicseller, 14 S. Lindsay st. ; h. 44 Seafield rd. 

NOBLE, DAVID, grocer, wine merchant, and commission agent, 81 Lochee 

road ; and grocer, 10 Dudhope Crescent road ; h. 2 Logiebank, 

Gardner street. See Adv. 
Noble, Hugh, of Williamson & Noble, 92 Rosebank street 
Noble, Rev. John P., Princes St. Congregational Ch. ; h. 10 Victoria road 
Noble, John M., clerk, 28 East Dock street ; h. 87 Commercial street 
Noble, John, painter, 25 Annfield row 

Noddle, R. , ironmonger & general dealer, 28 Dudhope st. ; A. 40 Dallfield wk, 
Nolan, Hugh, broker, 11 Alexander street 
Noonan, John, greengrocer, 164 Hilltown ; h. 160 
Norrie, Alexander, collector, 2 Hillbank road 
Norrie, Charles, & Sons, merchants, 31 Albert square 
Norrie, David H. , of Charles Norrie & Sons, Somervillebank, B. Ferry 
Norrie, David, engraver, 63 Overgate 

Norrie, David, foreman, carting dept., Cal. Rail. ; h. 16 Seafield road 
Norrie, James 0., of Gillan & Norrie, 72 Hilltown 

Norrie, Jas. A. , upholsterer, 82 Commercial st. ; h. 4 Rugby ter. , B. Ferry 
Norrie, William C, & Co., upholsterers and cabinetmakers, SO to 84 

Commercial street 
Norrie, William C. , of Wm. C. Norrie & Co. , Brooklea, Broughty Ferry 
Norrie, William H., of C. Norrie & Sons, Camphill house, Bro'ty Ferry 
Norrie, William, sub-editor. Courier & Argus ; h. 22 Rosebank street 
Norrie, William, harbour weigher, 68 St Andrew's street 
North British Railway, Tay Bridge Station, South Union street 
NORTH BRITISH and Mercantile Insurance Co., 11 Panmure street; 

William Kirkwood, surveyor. See Adv. 
NORTH British Rubtoer Co., Limited, Castle Mills, Edinburgh. See Adv. 
North Dudhope Works, 56 West Henderson's wynd ; D. W. Wybrants, 

jute spinner and manufacturer 
North of Scotland Bank, Limited, 24 High street 
North and East Mills ; 0. G. Miller & Son, fiaxspimiers. Session street 
NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO., Northern Assurance buildings, 110 Com- 
mercial street ; Thomas Kyd, secretary. See Adv. 
Northern District Police Station, 64 Union street, Maxwelltown 
NORTHERN MARINE Insurance Co., Limited, 67 Reform street ; James 

Logic, secretary and underwriter. See Adv. 
Norval, W. A., joiner, 31 Annfield road 
Norway, Vice-consul for — Bernt Pettersen, 46 Castle street 
Norwell, Joseph, shoemaker, 162 Overgate ; A. 164 
NORWELL, WILLIAM, housepainter and decorator, 96 Commercial street ; 

h. 40 Union street. See Adv. 
NORWICH UNION Fire and Life Offices, 62 Commercial street ; John R. 

Wilson, surveyor and agency inspector. See Adv. 
Nucator, Peter, brassfounder, plumber, and gasfitter, 78 and 80 Bell 

street ; h. 8 Greenfield place 
Nunn, William, leatherfinisher, 67 Seagate 

O'Brian, Bernard, confectioner, 2 Derby street 


Ocean, Railway, and General Accident and Guarantee Assurance Co. 's, 

Limited, 33 Dock street ; W. Buchan Ritchie, agent 
O'Connell, Daniel, broker, 18 Temple lane 
O'Connor, John, agent for Dryburgh & Co., brewers, and Wright & Greigi 

wine merchants, 48 South Tay street 
O'Connor, Rev. Patrick, St Mary's R.C. Church ; h. 22 Powrie place 
O'Dwyer, Rev. Jeremiah, St Joseph's R.C. Church, Wilkie's lane 
OTarrell, Elizabeth, pawnbroker, 14 N. Tay street ; /t. 7 N. Lindsay st. 
Officer, John, 20 Annfield road 
Ogg, Alexander, clerk, 28 Raglan street 
Ogg, William, carpenter, 3 St Matthew street 

Ogg, James, sergt.-instructor,lstF.R.V., Drill hall; ^. Dudhope barracks 
Ogilvie, Alexander, porter, 61 Murraygate 










h. Viewpark, West Ferry 



' )gilvie 

Alexander, plasterer, Salem street, 59 Constitution road 

Alexander, grocer, 25 Mains road 

Andrew, stock and share broker, 1 Royal Exchange buildings, 

David, miller, 54 King street 

David, mechanic, Springhill place. Ferry road 

David, lettercarrier, 6 Dallfield terrace 

David, gasfitter, 16 Strathmartine road 

David, tailor, 51 Perth road 

George, M.A., of J. & J. Ogilvie, Westlands, Harecraig 

George, patternmaker, Abbotsford place. Peddle street 

James, tea and coffee dealer, 80 High st. ; A. 11 Strawberrybank 

James, clerk to J. & W. Smith, Calcutta buildmgs ; Ti. Newtyle 

James, foreman moulder, 2 Lawrence street 

James, market keeper, 3 Market street 

James, blacksmith, 3 Derby street 

Jane, fruiterer, 10 Crighton street ; h. 5 Long W3md 

John, mechanic, 2 Mid street 

John, calenderer, 8 Hunter street ' 

John, ironturner, 15 Hunter street ' 

John, clerk, 30 Hilltown 

John, bootmaker, 6 St Roque's lane 

J. & J., solicitors and notaries public, 12 Meadowside 

J. S., of Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., 2 Douglas terrace, B. Ferry 

Robert, tailor, 28 Rosebank street 

Robert, blacksmith, 68 St Andrew's street 

William, milloverseer, 62 Rosebank street 

William, agent for J. & A. Stewart, timber merchants, 39 

Small's wynd ; h. 2 Viewbank terrace, Provost road 

William, wholesale confectioner, 50 Blackness road ; h. 44 

William, clerk, 62 Rosebank street 

Mrs Charles, 1 Ogilvie's road 

Mrs George, 2 Havelock place 

Mrs Joan, 6 Annfield street 

Mrs John, 25 Nethergate 

Mrs John, dressmaker, 15 Hunter street 

Mrs Mary, grocer, 26 Charles street 

Mrs, 79 Cowgate 


Ogilvy, Alex., & Sons, merchants and commission agents, 20 Panmureet. . 

Ogilvy, Alexander, of A. Ogilvy & Sons, 7 Greenfield place 

Ogilvy, James, joiner, 8 Raton's lane 

Ogilvy, Sir John, Bart., Baldovan house 

Ogilvy, John, factor to the Earl of Home, Harecraig house, Ferry road 

Ogilvy, John, grocer and spiritdealer, 67 Hilltown ; h. 30 Balfour street -, 

Ogilvy, Stewart, butcher, 53 Victoria road and 60 Dura street ; h, 

ElsLnore place, 3 Hilltown 
Ogilvy, William, dairyman, 12 Balfour street ; h, 10 
Ogilvy, William, joiner, 21 Charles street 
Ogilvy, Mrs, grocer, 25 Step row ; h. 27 
Ogilvy, Mrs, machinist, 144 Perth road 
O'Hara, William, fireman, 2 Ashton place, Hawkhill 
O'KANE & GIBSON, joiners & funeral undertakers, 6 Middle st. See Adv. \ 
O'Kane, James, of O'Kane & Gibson, 9 Middle street 
Oliver, David, upholsterer, 2 Annfield row 

O'Mahony, James, pawnbroker, 51 Hawkhill ; h, 1 Viewf orth place 
Oman, Mrs Mary, 1 Crescent lane 
O'Neil, Francis, confectioner, 37 Watson street 
O'Neil, James, confectioner, 61^ Hospital wynd 

Operative Masons' Assoc, of Scotland, Tally St. Hall ; Dav. Carnegie, secy, 
Oram, Alexander, milloverseer, 31 Back street 
Oram, William, wine and spirit merchant, 52 Lilybank road ; h. 50 
Orchar, James G. , of Robertson & Orchar, Angus lodge. West Ferry 
Orderly Room, 1st and 3d Forfar Rifle Volunteers, Drill hall, WestBellst. 
Orderly Room, 1st Forfarshire Artillery Volunteers, 26 Commercial st. 
Oregonian Railway Co. , Limited ; William Lowson, managing director ; 

David Ferguson, secretary, 107 Murraygate 
OBIENTAL RESTAURANT, Calcutta buildings, Commercial st. See Adv. 
Ormond, George, waiter, 46 Hilltown 

Ormond, Robert, wholesale confectioner, 45 Wellgate ; h 49 
Ormsby, Michael, collector, 3 Annfield street 
Orr, Mrs, midwife, 14 Lawrence street 

Orrock, David, minister. Catholic Apostolic Church ; h. 5 Constitution st. 
Osier, Geo., ironmonger, 20 and 21 High st.;h. 3StPhillan's pi. , E. Newport 
Osier, Wm., wholesale grocer and tea merch., lllj Hawkhill; grocer and 

provision merch. , 77 Perth road ; and grocer and spiritdealer, 1 and 

158 Scouringburn ; h. Waterloo place, 73 Annfield road 
Osier, William, lathsplitter, 31 Trades lane ; h. 45 Foundry lane 
Osier, Mrs Isabella, confectioner, 30 Ogilvie's road 
Osier, Mrs, 6 Shore terrace 

Ostrowski, Lewis, picture framer, 14 Charles street 
Oswald, Mrs Jane, 35 Constitution road 
Oudney, John, carpenter, 22 Wolsley street 

Ovenstone, Charles B., clerk, 10 Panmure st. ; k. 10 Craigie terrace 
Ovenstone, John,plasterer & cementworker, 12Ward rd. ; A. 46 Dud. Cres.rd. 
Ovenstone, William, shipmaster, 10 Craigie terrace 
Owens, John, grocer, 8 Johnstone's lane 
Owen, Mrs Mary, 31 Rosebank street 
Ower, C. & L., C.E. and architects, 104 Commercial street 
Ower, Charles, A. M. I. C. E. , of C. & L. Ower, Langlands, Bamhill, B. Ferry 


Ower, Leslie, of C. & L. Ower, 11 Craigie terrace 

|Ower, Stephen, accountant, and stock and share broker, 51 Meadowside ; 
A. 11 Craigie terrace 

Owler, Peter, boot and shoe manufacturer, 27, 29, and 31 Commercial 
street ; -retail shop, 91 Murraygate, 71 Murray gate, 48 High street, 
2 and 4 Overgate, and 29 Westport ; A. 10 Union place, Perth road 

Owler, Peter, confectioner, 132 and 148 Hilltown ; h. 150 

Oxley, William, & Co., Manchester ; P. M. Duff, 3 Coupar's alley, agent 

Packham, Wm. , shipmaster, D. P. & L. Shipping Co. ; h. 2Blackness Cres. 

Packman, Elizabeth, tobacconist and stationer, 10 Arbroath road 

paddock, Joseph W., Customs examining officer, 1 Gowrie street 

[Page, Alex. , printing machinist. Advertiser office ; A. 31 Dallfield terrace 

~ je, David, engineer, Magdalen place, Clepington 

Page, John, mason, 32 Barrack street 

Page, Robert, engineer, 76 Strathmartine road 

Paisley & Robertson , French & English boot & shoe warehouse , 7 Union st. 

Paisley, William, of Paisley & Robertson, 7 St Phillan's place, Newport 

Palmer, George, clerk, 18 Lawrence street 

Palmer, James, police constable. Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 

Pahner, John, confectioner, 104 Murraygate and 233 Overgate ; works, 

Gowan's court ; h. 102 Murraygate 
Palmer, Mrs, 100 Annfield road 
Panton, George, mechanic, 49 Annfield road 
Panton, John, manager, Rashiewell Works ; h. 14 Garland place 
Panton, Rose, manager. Loan office, 6 Bain square ; h. 101 Victoria road 
Panton, Mrs Thomas, dressmaker, 30 Todburn lane 
Pargiter, William, stampcutter, 28 King street 
Paris, George, late shipmaster. Rustic place, 5 Dudhope street 
Paris, William, commission agent, 16 Kinloch street 
Park and Pleasance Breweries ; Ballingall & Son, brewers. Hop street 
Parker, Alexander, of A. & S. Parker, 36 Small's wynd 
Parker, A. & S., waste merchants, 36 Small's wynd 
Parker, Chas., Sons, & Co., engineers, machinemakers, and ironf ounders, 

Victoria Foundry ; office, 94 Commercial street 
Parker, Robert 0. , of Chas. Parker, Sons, & Co. , 9 Duntrune ter. , B. Ferry 
Parker, Robert, coaldealer, 8 Cherryfield lane 
Parker, Samuel C, of A. & S. Parker, 17 Air lie place 
Parker, William W. , belting and hosepipe maker, leather merchant and 

currier, 38 South Tay street ; h. Rosemount, Newport 
Parker, Wm. , wineand spirit merch. , 9 Crichton st. ; h. 46 Kincardine st. 
arkin, John, coachbuilder, 3 Crescent street 
Pamell, James, factoryworker, 42 North Ellen street 
Patents, Designs, and Trades Marks OfHces, 84 Commercial street ; R, 

F. Anderson, C.E., consulting engineer 
'arr, James, lieutenant of police, 35 Kincardine street 
'arr, John, police inspector, 194 Scouringburn 
Paterson, Alexander, hairdresser, 45 Castle street 
Paterson, Andrew, late farmer, 4 Forfar road 
f*aterson, David H., agent, 166 Perth road 
'aterson, D. L., clerk, Wallace Works; /(. Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 


Paterson, George, clerk, 7 South George street 

Paterson, Rev. Gilbert, St James' E.U. Church; h. 17 Au-lie place 

Paterson, James, & Co., merchants, spinners, dyers, and manufacturers, 

Heathfield and Lawside Works 
Paterson, James C, clothier, 6§ Castle street; h. 21 Airlie place 
Paterson, John, tailor and clothier, 16 Aunfield road 
Paterson, John, feuar, 12 Main street 
Paterson, M. & E. B., dress and mantle makers and milliners, Elsinore 

place, 3 Hilltown 
Paterson, Peter, merchant, Baltic buildings ; h. Brown st., Bro. Ferry 
Paterson, Robert, tailor, 88 Annfield road 
Paterson, Robert, hairdresser, 28 Hawkhill ; h. 7 Park lane 
PATERSON, SONS, & CO., pianoforte and music sellers, 130 N'gate. ^eeAdv. 
Paterson, William, draper, 25 and 27 Scouringburn ; h. 5 Park terrace 
Paterson, William, grocer, 5 Kincardine street 
Paterson, William, factoryworker, 34 Wilkie's lane 
Paterson, Mrs Hugh, lodgings, 3 Tay Street lane 
Paterson, Mrs John, teacher, 8 Roslin terrace, Clepington 
Paterson, Mrs, private school, 2 Thomley terrace, Maryfield 
Paterson, Mrs, dress and mantle maker, 11 Brown Constable street 
Paterson, Mrs, 55 Murraygate 
Paterson, Miss Mary, 40 Union street 
Paterson, Miss, teacher, 2 Thornley terrace, Maryfield 
Paton, David D. , merchant, 11 Panmure st. ; h. Rustic pi., 3 Dudhope st. 
Paton, David, fruiterer, 32 Westport ; h. 7 Morrison's court, Wellgate 
Paton, David, fruiterer and gardener, 30 Ann street; h. Baldovan 
Paton, David, printer's reader, Advertiser Office ; /*. 2 Dalhousie terrace 
Paton, George, seedsman, 16 Reform street ; h. 53 Dudhope street 
Paton, George, clerk, Taybridge Station ; h. 42 William st., Forebank 
Paton, James, & Co., paper-rulers and bookbinders, 62 Commercial st. : 
Paton, James, baker, 11 Royal Exchange lane 
Paton, James, of James Paton & Co., 138 Murraygate 
Paton, John & George, flaxspinners, 10 St Andrew's street 
Paton, John G., of John & George Paton, The Wild, Broughty Ferry 
Paton, John, jun., of John & George Paton, The Wild, Broughty Ferry 
Paton, Robert, milloverseer, 5 Annfield row 
Paton, Robert P. , shipmaster, 59 Dock street 
Paton, Thomas, mechanic, 41a Hawkhill 
Paton, William, housepainter, 6 Cochrane street 
Patrick, David, iron-ship plater, 45 Watson street 
Patrick, John, china merchant, 60 King street ; h. 63 
Patrick, Matilda, dressmaker, 7 Victoria street 
Patrick, Robert, tailor, 23 Crichton street 
Patrick, William, clerk, 47 Victoria street 
Patrick, William R., joiner, 10 Kinloch street 
Patrick, Mrs James, 30 Hilltown 
Patrick, Mrs William, grocer, 18 Watson street 
Patrick, Mi-s William, 44 High street 
Patrick, Miss Grace, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Patterson, Alex., & Co., merchants, and agents Equitable Fire Insurance 

Co., 8 Panmure street 


Patterson, Alexander R. C. , of Alex. Patterson & Co. , Viewfirth, Monifieth 

Patterson, Alexander, clothier, 28 Castle street ; A. Maybank, E. Newport 

Patterson, Alexander, shipmaster, 28 Polepark road 

Patterson, David, mason, 20 Hill street 

Patterson, Fai-quhar, police constable, 76 Strathmartine road 

Patterson, Hugh, detective constable, 14 Lawrence street 

PATTERSON, JAMES, ironmonger, 7 Albert square. See Adv. 

Patterson, James, mason, 4 Graham place 

Patterson, James, police constable 13 Derby street 

Patterson, Samuel, traveller, 8 Cricliton street 

Patterson, Thos., u-onmonger, 7 Albert square; h. 7 Renny pi., W. Ferry 

Patterson, William, wine and spirit merchant, 1 and 3 Mains road; h. 7 

Patterson, William, boot and shoe maker, 113 Ann street ; A. 117 

Patterson, Mrs James, 202 Perth road 

Pattison, Andrew, superintendent of Baxter Park, South lodge, 

Arbroath road 
Patton, James, 31 Long wynd 

Patton, Robert, of T. Muir, Son, & Patton, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
PattuUo, Henry A., solicitor, 1 Bank street ; h. 20 Springfield 
PattuUo, James, of Ashmore and Persey, solicitor and notary, 1 Bank 

street ; A. 20 Windsor street; and Ashmore, Blairgowrie 
PattuUo, J. & H., solicitors, 1 Bank street 
PattuUo, Thomas S., jute salesman, 1 Royal Exchange place 
PattuUo, Wm., grain, manure, and feeding stuffs merch., 18 St Andrew's 

street ; A. 12 Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferry 
PattuUo, William, manglekeeper, 17 Yeaman shore 
PattuUo, Mrs Geo. A. , Westfield house, 25 Magdalen Yard road 
Paul, Andrew A., bookseller and stationer. Arcade buildings, King 

Paul, Archibald, of Paul, Dickie, & Paul, 29 Springfield 

Paul, Dickie, & Paul, solicitors and notaries public, and insurance agents, 

22 Euclid crescent 
Paul, George, weigher, 7 Mid street 
Paul, G. Brodie, of Paul, Dickie, & Paul, 32 Springfield 
Paul, John, mechanic, 6 Roslin terrace 
Paul, John, clei-k, 8 Meadowside ; A. 144 Princes street 
Paul, Peter, mechanic, 45 Annfield road 

Paxton, James, & Son, grocers and spiritdealers, 17 and 19 Westport 
Paxton, James, of James Paxton & Son, 23 Thomson street 
Paxton, John, of James Paxton & Son, 23 Thomson street 
Payne, Hamilton, grocer, 15 Shepherd's loan 
Peacock, Andrew L. , brassfinisher, 47 Crescent street 
Peacock, James, moulder, 47 Crescent street 
Peacock, William L. , picturedealer. Lamb's hotel, Reform street 
Pearce, Alfred W. , of Pearce Bros. , Balgillo crescent, Broughty Ferry ■ 
Pearce Brothers, engineers and shipbuilders, Lilybank Foundry, 3 Kem- 

back street, and Craigie Shipbuilding Yard 
Pearce, Henry Jones, of Pearce Brothers, 13 Springhill 
Pearce, Richard A. , of Pearce Brothers, Craigiemount, Maryfield 
Pearcy, James, bookbinder, 88 Rosebank street 
Pearson, Charles M., clerk, Bowbridge Works ; A. 4 North Ellen street 



Pearson, David, joiner and funeral undertaker, 27 Ryehill lane ; h. 3 

Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 
Pearson, Elizabeth, manglekeeper, 10 Watt street 
Pearson, George, ploughman, 8 Blackseroft 
Pearson, James, provision and game dealer, 82 Princes street ; h. 12 

Janefield place, Maryfield 
Pearson, Robert, fireman, 31 Main street 

Pearson, Wm., commis. agent, 10 Shore ter. ; h. 2 Church st.. Princes st. 
Pearston, David L., Inland rev. officer, 16 Renny place, West Ferry 
Peat, James, of J. & J. Peat, Balcaiskie villa, Westpark road 
Peat, John, of J. & J. Peat, 1 Viewforth place 
Peat, J. & J. , woollen drapers, 52 High street 

Peat, Peter Y. , millmanager, Seafield Works ; h, 75 Annfield road 
Peat, Mrs John, 91 Peddie street 
Peat, Mrs John, 7 St Peter street 

Peattie, David, coal merchant, 9Erskine street j h. 4 Lyon pi., Lyon st. 
Peattie, James, railway guard, 9 M'Gill street 
Peddie, Daniel, grocer, wine merchant, and sub-postmaster, 199 Princes 

street ; h. 30 Raglan street 
Peddie, James, coaldealer, 42 Lochee road ; h. 27 Ash lane 
Peddie, William S., teacher and house governor, Dundee Orphan Insti- 
tution, 133 Ferry road 
Peebles, Allen, com. agent, 10 Shore ter. ; h. Gowriebank, Bamhill, Perth 
Peebles, Charles, baker, 36 Cotton road 
Peebles, David S., coachman, 21 Ryehill lane 

Peebles, Georgina, pawnbroker, 6 Walton street ; h. 19 Airlie place 
Peebles, James H., grocer, 70 Peddie street 

Peebles, John, joiner and funeral undert. , 29 Ryehill lane ; h. 330Hawkhill 
PEEBLES, PETER, coach proprietor, 55 Perth road, and Queen's Hotel 

stables ; h. 55 Perth road. See Adv. 
Peebles, Roljert, stableman, 57 Perth road 
Peebles, Thomas, watchman, 20 Union place, Perth road 
Peebles, William, blacksmith, 65 Watson street 

Peebles, Wm. , horsehirer, Queen's Hotel stables ; h. 5 Magdalen Yard rd. 
Peebles, Mrs J. , 14 North Ellen street 
Peffers, Andrew, packer, 2 Middle street 
Pellow, John, letterpress printer, manufacturing stationer, and publisher 

of Fellow's Almanac, 76 High street ; A. 114 Hawklull 
Pender, John, of Wood & Pender, 94 Hawkhill 
Penman, David, watchman, 3 Ogilvie street 
Penman, James, & Co. , publishers and booksellers, 35 Cowgate 
Penman, Jas. , cooper and genrl. dealer, 32 Constable st. ; h. 51 Crescent st. 
Penman, William, engineer, Marion place, 185 Princes street 
Penman, William, carter, 93 Lochee road 
Penny, Alexander, ropespinner, 20 Hill street 
Penny, Andrew, watchman, 118 Ann street 
Penny, David, gardener, 14 North Ellen street 
Penny, Peter, saddler, harness and collar maker, 30 Victoria road ; h. 

44 Caldrum street 
Penny, Mrs James, 50 Peddie street 
Pennycook, David, carter, 21 Todbum lane 


PEOPLE'S FRIEND ; John Leng, managing proprietor and editor, 7 to 25 

Bank street. See Adv. 
PEOPLE'S JOURNAL ; John Leng, managing proprietor and editor, 7 to 

25 Bank street. See Adv. 
Pert, Mrs, 74 Dudhope street 

Perth Dye Works ; P. & P. Campbell, dyers and cleaners, 33 Nethergate 
Peter, Alexander, joiner, 1 Springhill, Ferry road 
Peter, Charles, accountant, 197 Princes street 
Peter, David, clerk of works, 7 Park lane 
Peter, David, tenter, 14 Wolseley street 
Peter, David, mason, 5 Paton's lane 

Peter, David W., grocer's assistant, 5 Garfield place, 53Hawkhill 
Peter, Robert, blacksmith, 17 Dallfield walk 
Peter, Robert, powerloom tenter, 7 Lyon street 

Peters, Alex. W. , compositor and shorthand teacher, 95 Hospital wynd 
Peters, James, cab proprietor and mail contractor, 12 Park lane 
Peters, James, marine engineer, 141 Ann street 
Peters, James, mechanic, 26 Blyth street 
Peters, Robert, mason, 166 Scouringbum 
Peters, Thomas L., of W. Strong & Co., 27 Springfield 
Peters, Thomas M., ironmonger, mill and factory furnisher, 69 and 71 
Wellgate ; and manager, Wallace Works, Hilltown; y^. 266 Hilltown 
Peters, Tobias, watchmaker, 12 Ann street ; h. 2 Hill street 

Peterson, Magnus, music teacher, 15 South Tay street 

Peterson, William, principal of University College ; h. 5 Airlie place 

Petrie, Alexander, shuttlemaker, 6 Derby street 

Petrie, Alexander, railway servant, 2 Small's lane 

Petrie, Alexander, porkcurer, 28 Long wynd 

Petrie, Charles, seaman, 146 Murraygate 

Petrie, David, merchant, 4 Royal Exchange place ; h. Wellington house, 
7 Wellington street, Forebank 

Petrie, David, foreman carter, Wordie & Co. ; h. 59 Arbroath road 

Petrie, David, engineer, Magdalen place, Clepington road 

Petrie, David, late teacher, Greenfield, 43 Park wynd 

Petrie, George, & Co., drapers and clothiers, 22 Princes street 

'etrie, George, antiquarian and general bookseller, 52 Nethergate ; h. 
Arcade buildings, King street 

Petrie, George, saddler, 30 Castle st. ; h. Salisbury pi., 89 Arbroath rd. 

Petrie, James, L.R.C.S.E., medical practitioner, 3 Park terrace 

Petrie, James M., carpenter, 7 Cowgate 

'etrie, James, baker, 152 Ann street; k. 8 North Ellen street 

i'etrie, Jane, confectioner, 12 Mortimer street 

'etrie, John, collector, 47 Annfield road 

:>etrie, John, of J. & R. Petrie, 278 Hilltown 

'etrie, J. & R., brokers, 270 Hilltown 

*etrie, Keay, 1 Meadow street 

'etrie, M. & J., millinery and fancy goods, 144 Hawkhill ; h. 121 

'etrie, Robert, mealdealer, 201 Hawkhill; h. 1 Blackheath place 

'etrie, Robert, of J. & R. Petrie, 160 Scouringbum 

'etrie, Samuel, tailor, 15 Balfour street 

^etrie, Thomas, mechanic, 10 Garland place 


Petrie, William, manager, South Mill, Tay Works ; h. 2 Rosefield stree 

Petrie, William, painter, 56 Ferry road 

Petrie, Mrs James, spirit merchant, 144 Murraygate; A. 1 Meadow st. 

Petrie, Mrs John, spiritdealer, 60 Princes st. ; h.2 Maryfield ter. , Newpor 

Petrie, Mrs John, lodginghouse, 49 Victoria road 

Petrie, Mrs Hannah, 51 Alexander street 

Pettersen, Bemt, of Quosbarth & Pettersen, vice-consul for Portugal, Nor 

way, and Sweden, 46 Castle street ; h. 10 Castle ter., Bro'ty Ferry 
Philip, Alexander, tinsmith, 6 Kinnaird street 
Philip, Alexander, calenderer, 110 Princes street 
Philip, Charles, calenderer, Cowgate Calendering Co. ; h. 1 Blackness cres 
Philip, David, of David Philip & Son, Salisbury cottage, Forfar road 
Philip, David, jun., clerk, 3 Craig street 

Philip, David, & Son, tea and coffee merchants, Sugarhouse wynd 
Philip, George B., clerk, 9 Viewforth street 
Philip, Helen, dressmaker, 53 Strathmartine road 
Philip, James B., of David Philip & Son, 93 Arbroath road 
Philip, James, pastrybaker and confectioner, 15 Crichton street and 

Thorter row; h. 37 Nethergate 
Philip, John B., calenderer, Cowgate Calendering Co.; h. 14 Forfar roa- 
Philip, Joseph, of Watson & Philip, 1 Osborne place 
Philip, Peter, mason, 25 Balgay street 

Philip, Robert, grocer, 81 Peddie street ; h. 13 Dudhope street 
Philip, Thomas, joiner, 72 Ure street 

Philip, William, jun., joiner and builder, 163 Seagate ; h. 6 Garland p^l 
Philip, Mrs James, 70 Ure street 
Philip, Miss, dressmaker, 70 Ure street 
Phillip, Charles, of Whyte & Phillip, 56 Dura street 
Phillip, John, of M'Lean & Phillip, Fountainbleau, Pitkerro road 
Phillips, Charles, gilt-letter artist, 23 Union street 
Phillips, James, gardener, 31 Annfield road 
Phillips, James, insurance superintendent, 23 Panmure street ; h, Vie'w | 

bank villa, Philip street, Carnoustie 
Phillips, James, millforeman, 21 Lawrence street 
Phillips, Jeffery, shipmaster, 4 Springhill place, Ferry road 
Phillips, Stewart, spiritdealer, 123 Ann street ; A. 27 South Ellen stree 
Phillips, Thomas, spiritdealer's assistant, 68^ Blackness road 
Phillips, William, insurance agent, 3 Barrack street ; h. 21 Washingto; 

buildings, Peddie street 
Phillips, William, manager, 35 North Wellington street 
Phillips, Mrs Peter, pawnbroker, 12 Daniel street 
Philp, David, accountant, D. & A. Joint Railway, 65 Commercial street 

h. Brook villa, 219 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Philp, Thomas B. , merchant, 41 St Andrew's street ; h. 4 Airlie place 
Phimster, William, tailor, 12 Shepherd's loan 
Phin, Alfred, mechanic, 155 Ann street 
Phin, James, grocer and wine merch., 189 Perth rd. ; h. 2 Ritchie's lar, 
Phin James A., plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 31 Ann street ; won 

shop, 11 Powrie place; h. 159 Hilltown 
Phin Lawrence, grocer and spiritdealer, 96 and 98 Scouringburn ; JiA 
Phin', Michael, broker, 147 Hilltown ; h. 139 


Phin, Owen, spirit merchant, 166 Overgate ; h. 103 
'* llPhin, Peter, tenter, 3 Baxter street 

Phin, Peter, confectioner, 39 Polepark road 

Phin, William H., upholsterer, 159 Ann street 

Phin, Mrs James, 159 Ann street 

Phinn, Jane, dressmaker, 3 Parker street 

Phinn, Thomas, superintendent, Curr Night Refuge,. 3 West Bell street 

Phinn, Thomas, mechanic, 8 Mortimer street 

Phinn, Thomas, nightwatchman, 26 Bell Street lane 

Phinn, William, clerk, 2 Gowrie place 

Pickard, John, milloverseer, Dens Works ; h. 21 Cotton road 

Piggot, Adam, blacksmith, 4 North Ellen street 

Piggot, Adam, Clepington cottage, 24 North George street 

Piggott, Hamilton, teacher, Clepington cottage, 24 North George street 

Piggot, P. C. , local manager Fire Insurance Association, and London and 
Lancashire Life Assurance Co., 20 Panmure street ; Ji. Downfield 

Pink, James, grocer, 43 Rose street 

Piper, Mrs Charles A., 3 Gowrie place 

Pirie & Croom, patentees and makers of machines for trimming paper- 
hangings, 23 Crichton street 

Pirie, David, of Pirie & Croom, painter, oil and colour merchant, 21 
Crichton street ; A. 6 Windsor terrace 

Pirie, David, mason, 7 Bruce street 

Pirie, Mrs, 16 Strawberrybank 

Pirie, Isabella, dressmaker, 10 Hawkhill 

Pimie, George, of Pirnie & Son, 871^ Blackscroft 

Pirnie, Michael, of Pirnie & Son, 87^ Blackscroft 

Pirnie, Peter, lorrydriver, Cal. Railway ; h. 16 South Lindsay street 

Pimie & Son, rivet manufrs. , Dundee Rivet Works, Camperdown dock 

Pirrie, George, warehouseman, 2 William street, Scouringbum 

Pirrie, William, traveller, Reid street 

Pirrie, Mrs, 20 Airlie place 

Pitendreigh, James, blacksmith, 92 Ferry road 

Pitkeathly, Mrs, lodgings, 61 Murraygate 

Pitkethly, Mrs Jane, sicknurse, 6 Thorter row 

Pittillo, Walter, tailor, 51 Victoria street 

Pleasance Brewery, 6 Hop street ; Ballingall & Son, brewers 

Pleasance Works, 128Lochee rd.; Kinmond, Luke, & Co., manufacturers 

Plenderleath, Henry, shipping agt. , 1 Commercial st. ; h. Barnhill, B. Ferry 

Polack & Co., merchants, 13 Albert square 

Polack, Rudolph, of Polack & Co., 8 Clarendon terrace, Perth road 

Polepark Works, Polepark road ; Henry Smith & Co. , manufacturers 
' Police Office (Central), West Bell street 

Police and Water Commissioners' Office, 8 Meadowside; Jas. Smith, treas. 

Pollock, James, of Hendry & Pollock, 1 Hawkhill place 

Pollock, John, joiner, 9 Ogilvie's road ; h. 2 

Pont, Henry, scenic artist, 8 Crichton street 

Pont, Mrs Isabella, manglekeeper, 42 Rosebank street 

Ponton, Edward, sergeant-major R.A., drill instructor 1st F.A.V., 
Drill hall ; h. Dudhope barracks 

Pope, Arthur G., of W. & A. Pope, 13 Victoria street 


Pope, James, grocer, 52 Foundry lane 

Pope, William S., of W. & A. Pope, 87 Albert street 

Pope, W. & A., clothiers and provision merchants, 83 and 85 BlackscrofI 

Pope, Mrs James, sen. , house proprietrix, 87 Albert street 

Porter, James, & Son, slaters and masons, 41 Lower pleasance 

Porter, James, of James Porter & Son, 37 Lower pleasance 

Porter, James, jun., of James Porter & Son, 37 Lower pleasance 

Porter, James, tinsmith, 10 Middle street 

Porter, Mary C. , dressmaker, 39 Lower pleasance ; h. 37 

Porter, Thomas L., coaldealer, 41 Lower pleasance; h. 37 

Porter, Mrs Alexander, broker, 97 Lochee road 

Portugal, Vice-consul for— Bernt Pettersen, 46 Castle street 

Potter, Alex., bootmaker, 76 Murraygate ; h. Long lane, Bro'ty Ferry 

Potter, Bruce, railway porter, 18 North Church street 

Potter, Mrs William, 6 North Ellen street 

Potts, David, seaman, 65 Constable street 

Pow, James, poultry, game, and fish merchant, 20 and 22 Crichtor 

street ; h. 60 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Powell, Charles, carpetweaver, 11 Stirling street 
Powell, John S., photographer, 240 Perth road 
Powell, Robert, waiter, 3 Blyth place 
Powrie, Alex. , grocer and broker, 2 and 6 Dallfield walk ; A. 6 Dallfield ter.; 
Powrie, Andrew, shipcarpenter. Glebe place, 40 Lilybank road 
Powrie, Archibald, Grove place, 185a Perth road 
Powrie, David, spirit merchant, 15 Dock street ; A. 21 
Powrie, George, teacher, Meadowside Academy, 53 Constitution road; h: 

22 Airlie place 
Powrie, James, builder, 26 Wilkie's lane ; h. 64 Peddie street 
Powrie, John, tenter, 8 Tannadice street 
Powrie, William, spiritdealer, 206 Overgate ; h. 52 Westport 
Prain, George, sawmiller, 25 St Peter street 
Praia, James, & Sons, spinners and manufacturers, Larchfield Works, 

Walton street ; office, 24 Cowgate 
Prain, James, of James Praiu & Sons, 5 Dudhope terrace 
Prain, James, jun. , of James Prain & Sons, 5 Dudhope terrace 
Prain, Jas. K., commis. agent, 20 Castle st. ; h. Camperdown st., B. Ferry 
Prain, James, church-officer, 177 Victoria road 
Prain, John S., sortiag-clerk. Post Office ; h. 58 Nethergate 
Prain, John E., of James Prain & Sons, 13 Albany terrace 
Prain, Mrs A., draper, 9 Wellgate; A. 11 Panmure street 
Prain, Mrs R., 7 Hawkhill place 
Prain, Miss Helen, dressmaker, 43 Nethergate 
Prescott, Thomas, carpet printer, 12 St Mary's place 
Preston, Alexander, tenter, 18 North Church street 
Preston, David Y., draper, 2 Meadow entry, 80 Murraygate 
Preston, James, house proprietor, 18 North Church street 
Preston, James, birddealer, 9 Lindsay street 
Preston, John, fiaxporter, 18 North Church street 

Preston, Mrs H., draper and milliner, 190 Hilltown ; h. 19 James street? 
Price, Jas. , caretaker, S. Salvador's Church and Schools, 9 St Salvador st. 
Primerose, Alfred G., of Primerose & Martin, Elmbank, Broughty Ferry 



Primerose & Martin, manure and feeding stuffs merchants, 33 Dock street 
Pringle, James, grocer, 53 King street 

Pringle, John, draper, 217 Perth road ; A. 3 St Johnswood terrace 
Pringle, Mary, manglekeeper, 10 Shepherd's loan 
Pringle, Robert, physician and surgeon, 17 William street, Forebank 
Pringle, Thomas, bootmaker, 136 Perth road 

Pringle, William, joiner, 43 Foundry lane; h. 8. Brown street, B. Ferry 
Pringle, William, cashier, Northern Assurance Co., 110 Commercial 

street ; h. Broughty Ferry 
Pringle, William, painter, 7 Mid street 
Proctor, Andrew L., powerloom overseer, 8 Graham place 
Proctor, David P., off). Proctor & Sons, 1 Taymouth terrace, Bro. Ferry 
Proctor, David, & Sons, flaxspinners, Ashgrove, Blairgowrie 
Proctor, David, photographer, 28 North Church street 
Proctor, Isabella, confectioner, 12a Constitution st. ; h. 28 N. Church st. 
Proctor, James, cambmaker, 21 North Tay street ; h. 25 Hawkhill 
Pioctor, James, fireman, 214 Perth road 
Proctor, James, housefactor, 14 New Inn entry 

Proctor, John, overseer, Baxter Brothers & Co. ; h. 28 N. Church street 
Pioctor, John, compositor, 23 Victoria street 
Proctor, John, vanman, 60 Annfield road 
Pioctor, William, harbour porter, 56 Lilybank road 
Procurator Fiscal's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 
Prophet, David, & Sons, photographers, 59 Wellgate 
Prophet, David, of D. Prophet & Sons, 20 Dallfield terrace 
Prophet, David, jun., of D. Prophet & Sons, 20 Dallfield terrace 
Prophet, John, umbrellamaker. Arcade buildings. King st. ; h. 7 Roslin ter. 
Prophet, John, ironturner, 67 North Wellington street 
Prophet, William, of D. Prophet & Sons, 20 Dallfield terrace 
Proudfoot, John, flour salesman, 6 Dallfield terrace 
Proudfoot, Peter, clerk. Post Office ; k. 10 Rosebank street 
Proudfoot, William, labourer, 49 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Proven, Thomas, ropemaker, 249 Hawkhill 
Proven, Mrs, 24 Hunter street 

Prudential Assurance Co., 21 Panmure st. ; Jas. Phillips, superintendent 
Pryde, Melville, shipmaster, 10 North Tay street 
Pryde, William H., booking-clerk, Taybridge Station ; h. 40 Union st. 
Public Market and Slaughterhouse, East Dock st. ; D. Knight, supt. 
PuUar, Charles, carpenter, 2 Brown street 

PuUar, Davids., grocer and spiritdealer, 19Balgayst. ; h. 1 9 Blackness st. 
PuUar, George, tailor and clothier, 61 Peddie street 
PuUar, J. , & Sons, dyers to the Queen, 47 Nethergate ; loorks, Perth 
PuUar, J., of J. PuUar & Co., Calcutta buildings. Commercial street 
PuUar, J., & Co.,windowblind makers and bellhangers, 9 Meadow entry 
PuUar, Robert, grocer and spiritdealer, 23 Peddie street 
PuUar, William, clerk. West Station ; h. 220 Blackness road 
PuUar, Mrs David, 1 M 'Vicar's lane, Perth road 
PuUar, Mrs, 48 Union street, Maxwelltown 
PuUen, Peter, moulder, 52 Westport 
Purves, John A. , stereotyper, 6 Havelock place 


Pyott, George, vanman, 1 Leng street 
Pyott, George, clerk, Salisbury place, 3 Baffin street 
Pyott, Jessie, manglekeeper, 12 St Andrew's street 
Pyott, Miss Agnes W., maker of baby linen, underclothing, &c., 1 
Kirk entry, Wellgate 

QuARRiER, James, baker, 31 St Peter street 

Quayle, William, H.M. inspector of factories, 4 Airlie terrace 

Queen, Dennis, millforeman, 34 Alexander street 

QUEEN INSURANCE CO., Union Bank buildings, 6 Panmure st. See Adv. 

Queen's Hotel, 160 Nethergate ; Wm. Smith, managing proprietor 

Quigley, John Jardine, ticket collector, Caledonian Rail. ; h. 153 Perth rd. 

Quin, Bartholomew, calenderworker, 19 Lower pleasance 

Quin, Daniel, broker, 64 Scouringburn I 

Quinlin, Robert, waiter, 30 Rose street I 

Quinn, Peter, shipcarver, 170 Hilltown I 

Quirk, Edward, hairdresser, 66 Hawkhill ; A. 61 

Quosbarth, H. , of Quosbarth & Pettersen, consul for the German empire, 

46 Castle street ; h. 38 Thomson street 
Quosbarth & Pettersen, shipbrokers and commis. merchants, 46 Castlest. 

Rae, Alexander S., of George Stephen & Son, Heathbank, Bamhill i 
Rae, Edward, mason, 223 Hilltown ; 

Rae, Hugh, seaman, 46 Bell street j 

Rae, James, of Kennedy & Rae, 2 Alton terrace. West Ferry I 

Rae, James, Board of Trade surveyor. Customhouse ; h. Willowgrove, 

Broughty Ferry I 

Rae, James, flesher, 194 Blackness road i 

Rae, James, railway servant, 17 Blackness street I 

Rae, John, baker, 63 Dallfield walk i 

Rae, John, labourer, 64 Hilltown 

Rae, R. G., superintendent, Western Cemetery, Perth road 
Rae, William, railway porter, 27 Charles street \ 

Rae, William, milloverseer, 6 Mid road I 

Rae, Mrs, 31 Hill street 

Raeburn, Adam, foreman painter, 56 Watson street 
Raffan, John, moulder, 22 St Mary's place 
Raitt, John, flax inspector, 63 Victoria road 
Raitt, Thomas, missionary, 42 Magdalen Yard road 
Ralph, William, shipsteward, 26 Mid street 
Ramage, John, grocer's assistant, 20 Hill street 
Ramsay, Alexander, of Ramsay & Caird, 5 Baffin street 
Ramsay, Alexander, market gardener, Maybank, 156 Strathmartine rd. 
Ramsay, Alexander, marine engineer, 4 Gowrie place 
Ramsay, Alexander, sailmaker, 6 Bellfield lane 
Ramsay, Alexander, foreman turner, 123 Princes street 
Ramsay, Allan, artist, 74 Commercial street ; h. 9 Parker street 
Ramsay, Andrew, of Bain & Ramsay, 304 Perth road 
Ramsay, Andrew, fireman, 33 Soiith George street 
Ramsay Bros., wholesale confrs., 13 Park wynd, and James st., Arbroath 
Ramsay & Caird, drapers and clothiers, 112 Murraygate . 


Ramsay, Charles, shore porter, 3 Lyon place 

Ramsay, Charles, joiner, 6 Stanley place, Step row 

RAMSAY, DAVID, & CO., brassfounders, plumbers, and gasfitters, 27 and 
29 Trades lane. See Adv. 

Ramsay, David, of David Ramsay & Co., 3 South Wellington street 

Ramsay, David, com. agent, 51 Reform st. ; h. Philip st., Carnoustie 

Ramsay, David, mason, 90 Blackscroft 

Ramsay, David, fireman, 152 Strathmartine road 

Ramsay, David, factory overseer, 79 Arbroath road 

Ramsay, Edward, carpenter, 2 Annfield street 

Ramsay, Euphemia, dairykeeper, 43 Watson street ; h. 21 Lyon street 

Ramsay, George, jeweller, 8 High street ; h. 20 Queen street 

Ramsay, George H., blacksmith, 35 Wilkie's lane 

Ramsay, George, seaman, 9a Victoria street 

Ramsay, George, blacksmith, 39 Catheriae street 

Ramsay, Helen, cook, 4 M 'Vicar's lane 

RAMSAY, JAMES, chronometer and watch manufacturer, and goldsmith, 
8 High street ; h. Primrosebank, Newport. See Adv. 

Ramsay, Jas. , & Co. , shipbrokers, comm. and insur. agents, 22 E. Dock st. 

Ramsay, James, & Son, jutebrokers and commis. merchts., 3 India bldgs. 

Ramsay, James, of Ramsay Brothers, Towerbank house, Arbroath 

Ramsay, James, of James Ramsay & Son, 6 Norwood ter., Westparkrd. 

Ramsay, James, millwright, 1574 Scouringburn 
I Ramsay, James, baker, 37 Nethergate 
i Ramsay, James, grocer, 229 Blackness road 
I Ramsay, John, accountant and house agent, 3 Barrack st.; h. 71 Perth rd. 

Ramsay, John, clerk, 304 Perth road 
I Ramsay, John, mechanic, 9 West wynd 

(: Ramsay, John, joiner, 80 Ure street 
Ramsay, John T. , slater, 59 Wellgate 
t Ramsay, Peter M., traveller, 5 Annfield row 

Ramsay & Reid, slaters, 9 Meadow st. and 6 Union st., Charles st. 

Ramsay, Robert, clerk, Wallace pend, 24a Hawkhill 

Ramsay, Robert D. , of Ramsay & Reid, 59 Wellgate 

Ramsay, Samuel, blacksmith, Lorimer street 

Ramsay, William, of Ramsay Brothers, 36 Stanley place. Step row 

Ramsay, William, foreman skinner, 114 Lochee road 

Ramsay, William, joiner, 8 Wilkie's lane 

Ramsay, William, packer, 22 Dens brae 

Ramsay, W. R., accountant, 8 Euclid street ; h. 53 South Tay street 

Ramsay, Mrs James, of James Ramsay & Co., shore terrace 

Ramsay, Mrs James, 45 Foundry lane 
' Ramsay, Mrs John, confectioner, 69 Perth road ; h. 71 

Ramsay, Miss Ellen, 13 Balfour street 

Ramsay, Miss, 42 Seafield road 

Rankin, James, merchant, 13 Albert square 

Rankin, Rev. John, Catholic Apostolic Church ; h. 4 Dudhope place 

Rankine, Mrs J., Forebank terrace 

Rattray, Alexander, mechanic, 36 Carmichael street 

Rattray, Andrew, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 83 Foundry lane ; A, 81 

Rattray, Andrew, gardener, 6 Bell street 


Rattray, Charles M. , baker, 21 Westport ■,h.2 Both well terrace, W. Ferr; 

Rattray & Co., hatters and hosiers, 127 Murraygate 

Rattray, David, contractor, 8 Seafield road 

Rattray, George, coaldealer, 47 Hospital wynd ; k. 14 Kinloch street 

Rattray, James, & Co., linen merchants, 123 Murraygate 

Rattray, James, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 228 Hilltown ; h, 282 

Rattray, James, of James Rattray & Co. , 8 Windsor street 

Rattray, James, watch, clock, and chronometer maker, and jeweller, 

32 Nethergate ; h. 3 Osborne place 
Rattray, James, grocer, wiae and spirit merchant, 17 Victoria street ; k. 

120 Victoria road 
Rattray, James, joiner, Tay Works ; h. 5 Parker street 
Rattray, James, solicitor, 82 High street ; h. 3 Osborne place 
Rattray, James, mechanic, 2 Gardner's lane 
Rattray, Jane, tobacconist, 133 Nethergate ; h. 8 Bank street 
Rattray, Jessie, grocer and spiritdealer, 218 Blackness road ; h. 220 
Rattray, John, housefactor, insurance agent, and valuator, 51 South 

Tay street ; A. 7 Union terrace 
Rattray, John, commercial traveller 38 Ann street 
Rattray, John, carting contractor, 1 1a Bonnybank road ; h. 69 Wellgate 
Rattray, John, 2 Laurelbank 
Rattray, John, porter, 7 Rosefield street 
Rattray, Robert, of James Rattray & Co., 2 Laurelbank 
Rattray, William, seaman, 6 Bell street 

Rattray, William, clerk, 51 South Tay street ; h. 7 Union terrace 
Rattray, Mrs J., grocer, 10 Blackscroft ; h. 63 
Rattray, Mrs Julia, dressmaker, 5 Baffin street 
Rattray, Miss M., dressmaker, 53 Hilltown 
Rattray, Miss Margaret, servants' and shop assistants' select register 

office, 127a Nethergate ; h. 15 Annfield street 
Rattray, Miss S., 12 Springfield, and Well Craig, Tayport 
Rea, Archibald H. , clerk. Shore Dues office ; h. Morton square, Wellgate 
Rea, Arthur, spirit merchant, 52 and 54 Overgate ; h. 34 N. Lindsay st. 
Rea, David, marine engineer, 25 St Matthew street 
Rea, James, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, 126 and 128 Albert street, 

and 92 Dura street ; h. Reabella cottage, Shamrock st. , Maryiield 
Rea, Robert, auctioneer and valuator, 14 Euclid crescent ; h. 31 Wellgate 
Redding, Mrs Patrick, grocer and spiritdealer, 171 Scouringbum ; h. 157^ 
Redmond, Joseph, grocer, 22 St Mary street ; h. 24 
Reekie, Charles, joiner, 78 Bonnybank road 
Rees, Mrs, teacher, 8 Pitfour street 
Reform Club, 4 Reform street 

Reid, Rev. Alex. P., chaplain, H.M. Prison ; h. 14 Constitution street 
Reid, Rev. Alex. H., M'Cheyne Memorial Free Church; h. 17 Windsor st. 
Reid, Alexander, retired agent, 18 Arbroath road 
Reid, Alexander Simpson, hairdresser, 223^ Hilltown ; h. 219 
Reid, Alexander B. , blacksmith, 2 Main street 
Reid, Alexander, confectioner, 99 Victoria road 
Reid, Alex. P., & Co., confectioners and pastrybakers, 46 Overgate 
Reid, Alex. P., of Alex. P. Reid & Co., 48 Overgate 
Reid, Alexander, fishdealer, 268 Hawkhill ; h. 39 High street 



Reid, Andrew, & Co. , merchants and manufrs. , 40 St Andrew's street 
Reid, Charles, of Douglas, Reid, & Co., The Gorse, Bamhill 
Reid, Charles S., colliery agent, 10 Shore terrace ; h. Newtyle 
Reid, Charles, canvasser. West Station ; /(. 151 Victoria road 
Reid, C. & C, dressmakers, 186^ Hawkhill ; h. 186 
Reid, David, comm. mercht., 7 Rankine's court ; A. 18 Union pi., Perth rd. 
Reid, David, clerk, Wellfield Works; h. Magdalen place, Clepington road 
Reid, David L., assistant timber measvirer, C.B.E., Docks; A. Shamrock st. 
Reid, David, shoemaker, 15 Lawson place 
Reid, David, mechanic, 53 Dallfield walk 

Reid, Duncan J., M.B., CM., physician and surgeon, 17 King street 
Reid, George, clerk, 12 Cowgate ; h. 3 Gladstone place, Broughty Ferry 
Reid, George, machinist, 11 Constable street 
Reid, James, & Co., musicsellers and stationers, 10 Cowgate 
Reid, James, timber measurer, C.B.E., Docks ; h. Shamrock street 
Reid, Jas. C, clerk, Lilybank Foundry; h. Magdalen pi., Clepington rd. 
Reid, James, butcher, 132 Scouringburn ; h. 6 Polepark road 
Reid, James, railway guard, 41 North Wellington street 
Reid, James S., warehouseman, 7 Hill street 
Reid, James, mechanic, 5 Catherine street 
Reid, James, ropespinner, 44 Mid wynd 
Reid, James, overseer. South Mill ; h. 3 Ure street 
Reid, James, canvasser, 9 Peddie street 
Reid, James, mason. Thorn place, 237 Blackness road 
Reid, James, gardener, 249 Blackness road 
Reid, Jessie, manglekeeper, 22 Charles street 

Reid, John H., potato mer. and fruiterer, 68 Scour'burn ; h. 21 Mortimer st. 
Reid, John C, clerk, British Linen Co. Bank ; h. 7 Hawkhill place 
Reid, John, cashier, N.B. Railway ; h. 62 Blackscroft 
Reid, John B., tailor and clothier, 71 Seagate ; h. 105 Princes street 
Reid, John, collector, 81 Hospital wynd 
Reid, John, sailmaker, 34 Annfield row 
Reid, John, traveller, 8 Alexander street 
E.eid, John, blacksmith, 13 Rosefield street 
Reid, John, mechanic, 224 Lochee road 
Reid, John, harbour porter, 22 Lilybank road 
Reid, John R., mechanic, 58 Mains road 

Reid, Johnston, Scrimgeour, & Co. , solicitors and notaries, 31 Reform st. 
Reid, J. & W., tobacconists, 118 Overgate ; h. 135 Blackness road 
Reid, Peter, compositor, Ehn place, 121 Hawkhill 
I Reid, Peter, hairdresser, 9 Barrack street ; h. 22 
Reid, Peter, draper, 28 Dallfield terrace 

Reid, Richard C, agent, National Bank, 115Hilltown; h. 142 Nethergate 
Reid, Robert, watchman, 46 Mains road 
Reid, Robert, clerk, 58 Mains road 
Reid, Robert, gardener, 99 Peddie street 
Reid, Thomas, jun., assistant, engineering department. University 

College ; h. 1 Taypark place, Broughty Ferry 
Reid, Wm. , general and saddlers' ironmngr., 34 Union st. ; h. 10 Panmure st. 
Reid, Wm. E., com. and insur. agent, 38 St Andrew's st. ; h. Monikiemanae 
Reid, William, of Ramsay & Reid, 20 Hilltown 


Reid, William, grocer, 1 Milnbank road ; h. 7 Balfour street 

Reid, William, sub-editor, Advertiser office ; h. 74 Commercial street 

Reid, William, tailor and clothier, 59 Constable street 

Reid, William, tobacconist, 135 Blackness road 

Reid, William, blacksmith, 57 Mains road 

Reid, Mrs Agnes, 58 Nethergate 

Reid, Mrs Alexander, lodgings, 12 Gellatly street 

Reid, Mrs Ann, manglekeeper, 46 Hawkhill 

Reid, Mrs A., 50 Mains road 

Reid, Mrs Peter, Rockfield, 281 Perth road 

Reid, Mrs William, confectioner, 3 Hunter street 

Reid, Mrs Robert, grocer, 25 Park wynd 

Reid, Mrs, late grocer, 34 Dura street 

Reid, Mrs, confectioner, 18 Cherryfield lane 

Reid, Miss, teacher of music. Shamrock street 

Reilly, Ann, confectioner, 25 Blackness road 

Reilly, James, millforeman, 41 Dudhope street 

Reilly, John, waste merchant, 5 Greenmarket ; h. 222 Overgate 

Reilly, Patrick, lodgings, 16 Tindal's wynd 

Reis, Erich, clerk, Jaff6 Brothers & Co. ; h. 21 Airlie place 

RELIANCE MUTUAL Life Assurance Society. See Adv. 

Rennie, Alexander, ironmonger, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 20 Raglan 
street ; h. 15 Baffin street 

Rennie, David, agent. Commercial Bank of Scotland, Limited ; h. 4 Sea- 
ward place, Broughty Ferry 

HENNIE, JAMES, milliner, dress and mantle maker, and sewing-machine 
agent, 70 Wellgate ; h. 66. See Adv. 

Rennie, John, patternmaker, 17 St Peter street 

Rennie, Thomas A., late inspector of police, Salisbury pi., 15 Baffin st. 

Rennie, William N., wholesale tea merchant, 13, 15, and 17 Exchange 
street ; h. 3 Melrose terrace, Clepington 

Rennie, Mrs E., stationer and tobacconist, 87 Victoria road 

Rennie, Mrs Mary, 12 North Ellen street 

Reoch, Alexander, grocer and wme mer. , 98 Hilltown ; h. Forebank ter. 

Reoch, Alexander, of Buik & Reoch, Arcade buildings. King street 

Reoch, James, of Tayport Spinning Co. , Grenada villa. East Newport 

Reoch, Leslie, bookseller and stationer, 46 Scouringburn ; h. 5 Brown st. 

Reoch, Miss, milliner, 16 Elizabeth street 

Retigan, James, commercial traveller, 225 Overgate 

Rettie, William, family victualler, wine and spirit merchant, and house 
proprietor, 15 Dudhope street; h. 14 Lawrence street 

Rew, Mrs, 8 Peddle street 

Rew, Miss Helen, dressmaker, Arcade buildings, 42 King's road 

Reynolds, Owen, overseer, 3 Lawrence street 

Rhind, Harry S., of David Martin & Co., Woodhaven, Newport 

Rhind, John, of David Martin & Co., Embden house, Broughty Ferry 

Richards & Co. , bleachers, dyers, flax and jute spinners, and linen 
manufacturers, 14 Victoria chambers ; works, Aberdeen, Montrose, 
Rubislaw, and Craigo ; luareliouses, London and Liverpool 

Richardson, George, foreman moulder, 94 Commercial street 

Richardson, John, tailor and clothier, 41 Reform street 



Rickard, Joseph, hotel propr. , Rl. British Hotel, High st. and 4 Castle st. 
Riddle, Mrs Margaret, 72 Hill street 

Ririe, A. & M. , dressmakers and milliners, 94 Rosebank street ; h. 92 
Ritchie, Alex. M. , plumber, brassf . , gasfitter, tin & coppersmith, ship lamp 
manuf r. , and ship furnishing ironmgr. , K. Wm. dock ; A. 4 S. George st. 
Ritchie, Alexander, calenderworker, 13 Wolseley street 
Ritchie, Ai-chibald, boilermaker and repairer, 185 Princes street 
Ritchie, David, iiaxspinner. Royal Exchange ; h. Anerley villa, Newport 
Ritchie, David, auctioneer and valuator, 51 Overgate ; h. 4 Tayter., B.Ferry 
Ritchie, David, sawmiller, 3 Peep o'-Day lane 
Ritchie, Duncan, superintendent. Sailors' Home, 62 Dock street 
Ritchie, George, wholesale grocer, 36 Seagate ; A. 18 Airlie place 
Ritchie, George, Board of Trade officer, Mercantile Marine Office ; h. 

17 Ambrose street, Broughty Ferry 
Ritchie, George, dockmaster, 40 Blackscroft 
Ritchie, George, blacksmith, 82 Cowgate ; h. 2 Idvies street 
Ritchie, George, marine engineer, 5 Baffin street 
Ritchie, James S., shipagent, King William dock ; A. 2 Airlie terrace 
Ritchie, James, confectioner, 235 Lochee road ; h. 233 
Ritchie, James, clerk, Water Commissioners' Office; h. 10 Morrison's court 
Ritchie, James, 1 Cleghorn street 
Ritchie, John, house proprietor, 18 Fleuchar street 
Ritchie, Joseph, bootmaker, 9 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Ritchie, Mungo, blacksmith, 8 Balfour street 

Ritchie, Mungo,auctioiaeer & valuator, 51 Overgate; h. 4 Tay ter., B. Ferry 
Ritchie, M. & S., drapers, 167 Hilltown ; h. Ballfield, Lochee 
Ritchie, Patrick Dall, 16 Hawkhill place 
Ritchie, Peter, tobacconist, 207 Overgate ; h. 214 
Ritchie, Robert B. , of W. & R. Ritchie, Longforgan 
Ritchie, Robert D. B., printer, 4 Shepherd's loan 
Ritchie, Robert, plumber, 23 Ogilvie's road 

Ritchie, Robert, elerk, 3 Rl. Exchange place ; h. 4 Tay terrace, B. Ferry 
Ritchie, Thomas, clerk, D. P. & L. Shij)ping Co. ; h. 6 Shore terrace 
Ritchie, Thomas, clerk, 19 Airlie place 

Ritchie, Wm. , & Son, spinners and manuf s. , London Spinning Mills, Strat- 
ford, Essex, and 6 Lime st. , London ; W. R. Ireland, 41 Cowgate, agent 



William, sen., merchant, Elmslea, Perth road 

W. Buchan, ship and insurance broker, 33 Dock street ; h. 2 

Woodbine terrace, Newport 

William M., of W. & R. Ritchie, 9 Douglas terrace, W. Ferry 

W. &. R. , accountants and stockbrokers^esident secretaries of 

Queen Insurance Co., Union Bank buildings, STPanmure street 

Mrs Christina, spirit mercht., 271 Hawkhill ; A. 4 Speed's ter. 

Mrs David, 12 Panmure street 

Mrs John, manglekeeper, 21 Blackscroft 

Miss Margaret, 280 Perth road 

Mrs M., spiritdealer, 102a Blackness road ; h. 41 Annfield I'oad 

Mrs William, grocer, 23 South Wellington street 

Mrs, confectioner, 19 Kincardine street 

Mrs, 9 Rosefield street 

Rivers, Jessie, broker, 34 Hawkhill 


Robb, Alexander B., Cornwall cottage, Shamrock street 

Robb, Andrew W., dental surgeon, 68 Nethergate ; h. 63 Gellatly street 

Robb, David, spiritdealer, 21 Wellgate ; h. 1 Coupar's alley 

Robb, David, warehouseman, 185 Princes street 

Robb, Elizabeth C, of E. & M. Robb, 102 Princes street 

Robb, E. & M., milliners, 102 Princes street 

Robb, George, coaldealer, 31 Ogilvie's road 

Robb, George, tenter, 3 Parker's court, William street 

Robb, Henry, currier, 177 Victoria road 

Robb, James, linen merchant, 35 Constitution road 

Robb, James, butcher, 195 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Ure street 

Robb, James, fruit merchant, 280 Hilltown ; h. West Clepington house 

Robb, James, warehouseman, 7 Ireland's lane 

Robb, James, police constable, 19 Parker street 

Robb, John, carting contractor, 12 Ash lane 

Robb, John, police constable, 144 Princes street 

Robb, John M., assistant ironmonger, 71 Perth road 

Robb, Jolm, watchman, 6 Wolseley street 

Robb, John, blacksmith, 38 Hillbank road 

Robb, Jos., pawnbrkr., 190 Sco 'burn; h. Bowery cot.. Long lane, B.Ferry 

Robb, Kinnaird, mason, 7 Yeaman shore 

Robb, Mary S., of E. & M. Robb, 102 Princes street 

Robb, Robert, ironturner, 22 Baffin street 

Robb, Thomas, printer, Advertiser office ; h. 1 Gowrie street 

Robb, William, clothier and outfitter, 15 Overgate; h. 30 S. Tay street 

Robb, William, teacher, Dudhope Public School; A. 18 Seafield road 

Robb, William, clerk, 8 Garland place 

Robb, William, cabinetmaker, 23 Union street, Charles street 

Robb, William, 4 Park terrace. Blackness road 

Robb, Mrs David, manglekeeper, 65 Lochee road 

Robb, Mrs, grocer and spiritdealer, 32 Strathmartine rd.; h. 2 Hill st. I 

Robb, Miss Mary Milne, mantlemaker, 113 Victoria road 

Robb, Miss, stationer and tobacconist, 104 Dura street 

Robbie, Alexander, powerloom overseer, 10 Lawrence street 

Robbie, Charles, fitter, 26 Albert street 

Robbie, David, sugarmiller, 31 Dura street 

Robbie, Francis, engineer, 1 M'Gill street 

Robbie, James, grocer, 33 Dura street 

Robbie, John, School Bd. officer, 32 Castle st. ; h. Park house, Hospital wd 

Robbie & Mann, bootmakers, 38 High street 

Robbie, Mrs Alexander, of Robbie & Mann, 13 Park lane 

Robert, Auguste, French teacher, 125 Nethergate 

Roberts, David, calenderworker, 24 Hunter street 

Roberts, Frank, organbuilder, 37 St Peter street ; h. 43 Union street 

Roberts, James, contractor, 2 Hill street 

Roberts, James, fishdealer, Fishmarket ; h. 8 Crichton street 

Roberts, James, plumber, 87 Peddie street 

Robei-ts, John, sliipyard foreman, 26 Grove street, Springhill 

Roberts, Miss Ann, laundress, 15 Graham place 

Robertson, Agnes, confectioner, 80 Dudhope street 

Hobertson, Alex., wine and spirit merchant, 22 Strathmartine rd. ; h. 261' 


Robertson, Alex., tobacconist, 18 E. Dock st., and confectioner, 14 ; h, 16 
Robertson, Alexander, cashier, Wallace Works ; h. 26 Forfar road 
Robertson, Alexander, cabinetmaker, 49 Victoria street ; A. 51 
Robertson, A. J. , wine and spirit mer. ,113 Hilltown ; h. 22 Lowden's alley 
Robertson, Alex. , foreman metermaker, Gas Works ; h. 86 Albert street 
Robertson, Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 32 Back street 
Robertson, Alexander, shipmaster, 2 Gowrie place 
Robertson, Alexander, fruiterer, 67 Albert street ; h. 70 
Robertson, Alexander, overseer, 101 Douglas street 
Robertson, Alexander, baker, 68^. Blackness road 

Robertson, Alexander J., jun., spirit merchant's assistant, 3 Arm street 
Robertson, Alexander, gardener, 6 Lawrence street 
Robertson, Alexander, mechanic, 17 Glamis street 
Robertson, Alexander, lapper, 78 Bonnybank road 
Robertson, Alexander, lapper, 17 Ogilvie's road 

Robertson, Alexander W., of Robertson & Sons, 9 South Ellen street 
Robertson, Alexander R. , clerk, Seagate Saw Mill ; h. 90 Dura street 
Robertson, Alexander, lettercarrier, 8 Annfield street 
iRobertson, Alexander, ironturner, 23 Lawson place 
Robertson, Alexander, carpenter, 74 Nethergate 
Robertson, Alexander, lapper, 15 Ellen place, 27 Lyon street 
Robertson, Andrew, cashier, Wallace Foundry ; h. 4 Madeira street 
Robertson, Andrew, cabdriver, 25 Nethergate 

Robertson, Andrew, clerk, 14 Victoria chambers ; h. 10 Garland place 
Robertson, Andrew, blacksmith, Gasworks ; h. 44 Lilybank road 
Robertson, Andrew, sen. , of A. Robertson & Son, Ellen pi. , 27 Lyon st. 
Robertson, Andrew, jun., of A. Robertson & Son, 72 King street 
Robertson, Ann, fruiterer, ArcadebuildingSjKingst.; h. 16 St Andrew's st. 
Robertson, Ann, of A. & E. Robertson, 233 Hilltown 
Robertson & Arnot, produce brokers and commission merchants. Ex- 
change buildings, 1 Exchange street 
ROBERTSON, A., & SON, Dundee Reed and Camb Works, 21 North Tay 

street. See Adv. 
Robertson, Ann & Euphemia, furnishers and dressmakers, 9 Mains road 
Elobertson, Bethune, grocer and spirit mer. , 38 Balgay st. ; h. 23 Baxter st. 
Robertson Brothers, shipbrokers and coal exporters, 18 Dock street 
Robertson, Charles, of Robertson Brothers, Rockfield, Tayport 
Robertson, Charles, of Robertson & Arnot, 3 Dudhope terrace 
Robertson, Charles, painter, 7 Ireland's lane 
Elobertson, Charles, overseer, Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 
Hobertson, Charles, powerloom overseer, 32 Main street 
Jlobertson, Charles P., clerk, Bowbi'idge Works ; h. 21 Hilltown 
lOBERTSON & CHRISTIE, clothiers, 23 and 25 Reform street See Adv. 
ilobertson, C. J., producebroker, 44 Castle st. ; A.Woodside, E, Newport 
iobertson, Daniel F., consul for Liberia, and commission agent, 25 Dock 

street ; h. Whitefield, East Castle street, Tayport 
lobertson, David, of Robertson & Stewart, 2 Strawberrybank 
Robertson, Rev. David R. , B. D. , Clepington Est. Ch. ; A. 1 1 Forebank road 
lobertson, David S., warehouseman, 5 Parker street 
lobertson, David N. , of Wm. Robertson & Sons, 9 South Ellen street 
lobertson, David, coffeehouse keeper, 52 Dock st. ; h. 21 Todburn lane 


Robertson, David, coffeehoiise keeper, 64 E. Dock st. ; h. 44 Candle lane 

Robertson, David, clerk, 2 Viewforth place 

Robertson, David, clerk, 69 North Wellington street 

Robertson, David, clerk, Mudie place, 14 Ford's lane 

Robertson, David, gamekeeper, 17 Robertson street 

Robertson, David, porter, 68 St Andrew's street 

Robertson, David, carpenter, 8 Graham place 

Robertson, David, milloverseer, 12 Malcolm street 

Robertson, Donald, wine and spirit merchant, 41 Victoria road ; li. 27 

Robertson, Dryden, & Co. , merchants and manufacturers, 5 St Andrew's st 

Robertson, Duncan, engineer, 6 Roslin terrace 

Robertson, Edward, tailor's cutter, 9 St Peter street 

Robertson, Elizabeth, pawnbroker, 34 Todbum lane ; h. 20 Bell street 

Robertson, Euphemia, of A. & E. Robertson, 233 Hilltown 

Robertson, Francis, confectioner, 2 Cherryfield lane 

Robertson & Eraser, milliners and dressmakers, 5 Scouringburn 

Robertson, George, of Robertson & Son, 44 Blackness road 

Robertson, George, patternmaker, 6 Fleuchar street 

Robertson, George, teacher of music, 35 Victoria road 

Robertson, Geo. H., producebroker, 8 S. Lindsay st. ; h. 1 Viewforth st. 

Robertson, George, painter, 24 Dura street 

Robertson, George, ironturner, 97 Peddie street 

Robertson, George, cooper, 16 St Andrew's street 

Robertson, Harry M. , clerk, 14 Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 

Robertson, Helen B. , family victualler, 65 and 67 Constitution rd. ; h. 6' ' 

Robertson, Helen, dress and mantle maker, 184 Perth road 

Robertson, Helen, ironer, 18 Nelson street 

Robertson, Hy. , produce broker, 8 S. Lindsay st. ; h. Edengrove, Fif eshir 

Robertson, Henry, tobacconist, 60 Overgate ; h. 55 Victoria road 

Robertson, Henry, grocer, 11 Balgay street; h. 13 

Robertson, James B., of Robertson Brothers, 1 Castle road, Tayport 

Robertson, James C, of Moody Stuart & Robertson, Dunedtn cottage 

Shamrock street, Maryfield 
Robertson, James D. , wine and spirit mer. , 27Barrack st. ; A. 61 Reform s 
Robertson, James, & Co. , tailors, clothiers, and shirtmakers, 38 Castle s 
Robertson, James, of James Robertson & Co. , 32 Castle street 
Robertson, James, & Co., restaurateurs, 4 High street 
Robertson, James, of Jas. Robertson & Co., restaurateurs; A. 42High si 
Robertson, James, of Robertson & Son, 44 Blackness road 
Robertson, James, of Robertson & Christie, Maryfield ter., E. Newpoi 
Robertson, James, plumber, gasfitter, and iromnonger, 126 and 128Prino» 

street ; h. 2 Graham place 
Robertson, Jas. , Council officer, and keeper of the Townhouse, 14^ High s • 
Robertson, Rev. James G., 15 Step row 
Robertson, James, grocer, 255 Blackness road 

Robertson, James, wine merchant, 157 Seagate ; h. 2 Airlie terrace 
Robertson, James, mahogany merchant, East Dock street ; h. Wain' 

cottage, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Robertson, James, grocer, 23 Lochee road ; h. 3 Cochrane street 
Robertson,Jas. , grocer, wtneandspiritmer., 14Hawkhill; h. 2 Wilkie'sla 
Robertson, James, jeweller, 20 Bellfield lane 


Robertson, James, mechanic, 6 Small's lane 

Robertson, James D., 32 William street, Forebank 

Robertson, James, dressmaker and milliner, 1 Rattray street ; A. 17 Hos- 
pital street, Perth 

Robertson, James, clerk, North Dudhope Works ; h. 5 Park terrace 

Robertson, James, dairy prodiice dealer, 179 Hilltown ; h. 68 James st. 

Robertson, James H., reedmaker, 118 Ann street 

Robertson, James, tenter, 19 Arklay street 

Robertson, James, sawyer, 31 Charles street 

Robertson, James C, manager, wholesale boot warehouse, 8 Bank st.; 
h. 7 St Peter street 

Robertson, James, brassfinisher, 53 Arbroath road 

Robertson, James, painter, 13 Stirling street 

Robertson, James, mechanic, 1 Bernard street 

Robertson, James, overseer, 25 Stirling street 

Robertson, James, tailor and clothier, 48 Wellgate 

Robertson, James, grocer's manager, 33 Washington buildings, Peddie st. 

Robertson, James, plasterer, 55 Hospital wynd 

Robertson, James, mason, 231 Blackness road 

Robertson, John, & Son, wholesale spiritdealers, 6 Candle lane 

Robertson, John, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 70 and 180 Scouring- 
bum ; h. 7 Viewforth street 

Robertson, John, of Gibson, Robertson, & Co., 1 Craigiebank terrace 

Robertson, John, of John Robertson & Son, 14 Clarendon terrace 

Robertson, John, wine and spirit merchant, 204 Perth road ; h. 71 

Robertson, John, photographer, 51a Perth road ; h. 73 Annfield road 

Robertson, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 27 N. Wellington st. ; h. 41 
liii Robertson, John, Taymount, Scotswood terrace, Balgay 

Robertson, John, accountant, 320 Perth road 

Robertson, John, bootmaker, 48 King street ; h. 12 Caldrum street 

Robertson, John, joiner and cabinetm., 36Cowgate; h. 65 N. Wellington st. 
tac Robertson, John, & Co., stair-railers, 9 Sea wynd 

Robertson, John, fish merchant, 257 Hawkhill ; h. 225 

;Robertson, John M., architect, 33 Albert square ; h. 9 South Tay street 

[Robertson, John Earl, Invercarse, Perth road 

[Robertson, John, draper, 28 Union place, Perth road 

Robertson, John, mason, 9 Park lane 

{Robertson, John, tailor, 9 Royal Exchange lane 

Robertson, John, ironmonger, 8 Tay square 

Robertson, John, of John Jlobertson & Co. , 7 Stirling street 

p,obertson, John, oil and commission merchant, 13 Meadow street; h. 58 
Caldrum street 
,,|j Robertson, John T., compositor, 5 Mountpleasant 

kobertson, John, assurance agent, 40 Seafield road 

Robertson, John, ironturner, 2 Gardner's lane 

Robertson, John, baker, 20 Panmure street 
obertson, John, potato merchant, 48 South Tay street 
ibertson, John, 2 Strawberrybank 
ibertson, John, coalagent, 94 Dens road 
lObertson, Kate, dressmaker, 21 Cotton road 
.obertson, Margaret, dressmaker, 87 Ann street 



Robertson & M'Leish, wholesale and retail wine and spirit merchants, 

33 North Lindsay street 
Robertson, Neil, stationer, 182^ Hawkhill ; h. 1 Bernard street 
ROBERTSON & ORCHAR, engineers, millwrights, and machinemakers, 

Wallace Foundry, Brown Constable street. See Adv. 
Robertson, Peter, of Slunman & Robertson, 6 Wellington street 
ROBERTSON, PETER, venetian-blind maker and funeral undertaker, 85 

Hilltown. See Adv. 
Robertson, Peter, & Son, gamedealers and poulterers, 30 Union street 
Robertson, Peter, of P. Robertson & Son, 32 Union street 
Robertson, Peter, painter, 83 Milnbank road 
Robertson, Peter, foreman blacksmith, Dundee Foundry; h, Artade 

buildings. King street 
Robertson, Peter, manager, Jamaica Street Mill ; h. 22 Ness street 
Robertson, Robert, of Paisley & Robertson, 17 Union place, Perth road 
Robertson, Robt. , house and insurance agent, 202 Overgate ; A. 88 Hilltown 
Robertson, Robert C, clerk, Douglas, Reid, & Co.; h. 1 Gowrie place 
Robertson, Robert, draper, 74 and 76 King street; A. 12 Forfar road 
Robertson, Robert, overseer, 35 Kincardine street 
Robertson, Robert, calenderer, 10 Ashton place 
Robertson, Robert, traveller, 10 Albert street 
Robertson, Robert, baker, 27 Nelson street 
Robertson, Samson, joiner, 67 Lochee road 
Robertson & Son, marblecutters, Ward road 
Robertson & Stewart, linen and woollen drapers, 118 Nethergate 
Robertson, Stewart, joiner and funeral undertaker, 73 Scouringburn and 

32 Horsewater wynd ; h. 73 Scouringburn 
Robertson, Stewart, ventilating and sanitary engineer, 34 Bank street ; 

h. Newbigging, Newtyle 
Robertson, Thomas S., of Edward & Robertson, Riverview, W. Ferry 
Robertson, Thomas, flax inspector, 49 Victoria road 
Robertson, Thomas, officer, Ryehill U. P. Church ; h. 16 Seafield road 
Robertson, Thomas, mechanic, 13 Graham place 
Robertson, Thomas, blacksmith, 54 North Ellen street 
Robertson, Thomas, mechanic, 150 Hilltown 
Robertson, Thomas, seaman, 123 Princes street 
Robertson & Watt, watchmakers and jewellers, 24 Victoria road and 8 

Robertson, William, of Robertson & Orchar, Bahnore, West Newport 
Robertson, William, bicycle and tricycle manuf . , 49 Forebank road ; h. 25i 
Robertson, William, coachbuilder, 55 Yeaman shore ; A. 51 
Robertson, William, & Co., manufacturers, 33 Commercial street. Max, 
Robertson, William, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 83 Hawkhill ; h. 106 
Robertson, William, of Robertson & Watt, Ladybank cottage, Monifietlj 
Robertson, Wm. L. , teacher, Hunter St. Sch. ; h. St Mary's rd. , DownfieU 
Robertson, Wm.M., clerk, WallaceAVorks; A. 2 Craigiebank pi., Pitken-ord 
Robertson, William, coal merchant, 60 Caldrum street ; A. 58 
Robertson, William, clerk, Wallace Foundry ; A.' 12 Forfar road 
Robertson, William, & Sons, bakers and confectioners, 116 Ann street 
Robertson, Wm. Brown, of John Robertson & Son, 1 Wellington streei 
Robertson, William, producebroker, 79 High st. ; A. 10 Victoria chamberi 


Robertson, William, millmanager, Anchor and Douglas Works ; h, 20 

Lower pleasance 
Robertson, William, builder, 4 Corso street 

Robertson, William, factory foreman, Belmont Works; h. 36 Small's wynd 
Robertson, William, police constable, 55 Alexander street 
Robertson, William, baker, 18 Parker street 
Robertson, William, baker, 26 Alexander street 
Robertson, William, mechanic, 1 Mid street 

Robertson, William, of William Robertson & Sons, 9 South Ellen street 
Robertson, William, joiner, 77 Overgate 
Robertson, William, weaver, 9 Seafield lane 
Robertson, William, calenderer, 4 Idvies street 
Robertson, William, dairyman, 45 Hospital wynd 
j Robertson, William, boilermaker, 67 Seagate 

Robertson, William C, shipmaster, Magdalen place, Clepington road 
Robertson, William, foreman blacksmith, 69 Crescent street 
Rober.tson, William, mechanic, 11 Kincardine street 
Robertson, Mrs Ann C, pawnbroker, 6 Bain square ; h. 20 Peddie st. 
Robertson, Mrs Charlotte, manglekeeper, 31 Stirling street 
Robertson, Mrs David, Uniongrove, 65 Magdalen green 
Robertson, Mrs D. T., babylinen, undercl., and furnishings, 120 Hawkhill 
Robertson, Mrs E. M., 20 Springfield 

Robertson, Mrs George, tobacconist, 9 Thorter row ; h. 18 Ireland's lane 
Robertson, Mrs Isabella, i Gowrie street 
Robertson, Mrs James, 5 Park terrace 

Robertson, Mrs John, stationer and tobacconist, 217 Hawkhill ; h. 3 Ure st. 
Robertson, Mrs John, Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
jRobertson, Mrs John, Rustic place, 5 Dudhope street 
Robertson, Mrs J., milliner and dressmaker, 88 Dura street ; h. 90 
Robertson, Mrs J. M., coach proprietor and hotelkeeper, 43 and 45 

Perth road ; branch stables, '^2^ King street 
Robertson, Mrs J. W., Catherinebank, Harecraig 
Robertson, Mrs Margaret, dressmaker, 49 Victoria road 
Robertson, Mrs Mary, manglekeeper, 3 Craigie street 
Robertson, Mrs P., confectioner, 52 Hawkhill 

Robertson, Mrs Robert, 17 Nelson street 

Robertson, Mrs Thomas, flesher, 50 Union street ; h. 40 

Robertson, Mrs Thomas, lodginghouse keeper, 43 Union street 

Elobertsou, Mrs William, 16 Strawberrybank 

Robertson, Mrs, cooking dep6t, 79 Victoria road 

Robertson, Mrs, midwife, 2 East Henderson's wynd 

Robertson, Mrs, greengrocer, 62 Hilltown ; h. 43 Princes street 

Robertson, Mrs, lodgings, 69 Wellgate 

Robertson, Mrs, 93 Peddie street 

Robertson, Miss, 14 Forfar road 

Robertson, Miss J. F., 26 Springfield 

Ijlobertson, Miss, of Robertson & Eraser, 1 Rattray street 

flobertson. Miss, lodgings, 24 Bank street 

Robinson, Plemmg, & Co. , of London, jute and flax merchants, 19 Cowgate 

dobson. Miss Margaret, 10 Tay square 

kockwell Works, Coldside ; W. L. Boase & Co. , manufacturers 


Roder, Karl, general broker, 52 Gellatly street 

Rodger, Alexander, millwright, 4 Mid street 

Rodger, David, calenderer, 42 Annfield road 

Rodger, David, of Rodger & Whyte, 2 Springfield 

Rodger, Francis, plasterer, 38 Nelson street 

Rodger, James, farmer and dairyman, Lawton, Coldside 

Rodger, James, foreman, Calcutta buildings, 26 Commercial street 

Rodger, John, ropespinner, 8 Brown street 

Rodger, Peter, mason, 60 Strathmartine road 

Rodger, Thos., colliery agent, 74Commercialst. ; A.vStMary'ster.,Downfield 

Rodger & Whyte, tea merchants, 65 Gellatly street and 65 Seagate 

Rodger, William, linguist, 86 Nethergate 

Rodger, William, sen., house proprietor, 49 Gellatly street 

Rodger, Mrs Alexander, Morton's square, 31 Wellgate 

Rodger, Mrs William, jun., house proprietor, 49 Gellatly street 

Rodger, Miss, 166 Perth road 

Rodney, David, jun. , proprietor, Albion Hotel, 15 Tally street, and restaur- 
ateur, 9 and 10 South Union street 

Roebuck, Rev. Jonathan, Russell Congregational Ch. ; h. 7 Osborne place 

Roger, Charles R., clerk, 9 Cochrane street 

Roger, George, joiner, 2 Meadow street 

Roger, James, collector, 3 Baffin street 

Roger, John, photographer, 42 South Tay street 

Roger, John, harbour porter, 84 Blackscroft 

Roger, Robert, of R. G. Kennedy & Co. , St Helen's, Downfield 

Rogers, James S., & Sons, artificial manure and sulphuric acid manu 
facturers, Rosemill Chemical Works 

Rogers, John Y. , clerk. Royal Bank, Castle street ; h. Rosemill 

Rogers, William T. , stevedore. Old Manse, 54a Ferry road 

Rogerson, Mrs, teacher. Hunter Street Public School ; h. 249 Hawkhill 

Roflo, Alexander, family grocer, 42 Dura street ; h. 1 Harriet street 

RoUo, George, of Rollo & Lindberg, Fernbrae house, Newport 

RoUo, James A. , of Rollo & Steven ; h. Parkview terrace, 8 Forfar road 

Rollo, James, milloverseer, 15 North street 

Rollo, James, mechanic, 4 Eliza street 

Rollo, James, enginefitter, 26 Thomson street 

Rollo, John, marine engineer, 8 Graham place \ 

Rollo & Lindberg, shipriggers and painters, Victoria dock, east ! 

Rollo, Matthew, cabdriver, 51 Blackscroft I 

Rollo, Silvester, mercht., 2 India buildings ; h. Panmurebank,Camoustie| 

Rollo & Stiven, solicitors, 41 Reform street 

Rollo, William, watchman, 3 Hop street J 

RoUo, Mrs William, 25 Nethergate 

Ronald, James, merchant, 30 Dock st.; h. Ravenscraig, East Newport 

Ronald, John, keeper of Kinnaird Hall, 4 Bank street 

Roney, Mrs James, manglekeeper, 49 Dallfield walk 

Roper, John, cook, 24 Bank street 

Rorie, James, M.D., L.R.C.S.E., resident physician, Royal Lunatic 
Asylum, Westgreen house, Liff 

Roscoe, Edmond H. , compositor, 7 Rosefield street 

Rose, Duncan, waiter, 42 North George street 


Rose, Rev. William, Victoria Street U.P. Church; h. 5 Woodville place 
Rosenstem, F., & Co., manufacturers and merchants, 73 Cowgate 
Rosine, Jane, manglekeeper, 4 Ramsay street 

Ross, Agnes, stationer and tobacconist, 8 Polepark rd. ; h. 61 Peddie st. 
Ross, Alex. , provision merchant, 37 and 39 Overgate ; A. 25 S. Lindsay st. 
Ross, Alexander, grocer, 32 Main street 
Ross, Alexander, foreman pipelayer, 40 Blackscroft 
Ross, Alexander, grocer, 17 Kinloch street ; h. 3 Thorter row 
Ross, Alexander, jun., assurance agent, 129 Perth road 
Ross, Andrew, insurance agent, 2 High street 

Ross,Chas.Gr., assistant agent, Bank of Scotland; h. 5Erskineter.,Maryfield 
Ross, David, grocer and spiritdealer, 119 Cowgate 
Ross, David, detective officer, 43 Peddie street 

Ross, Rev. David M., M.A., Free St John's Church; h. 23 Windsor st. 
Ross, David, tailor, 3 William street, Scouringburn 
Ross, Donald, seaman, 38 Gellatly street 

Ross, Geo. T. , wine and spirit merchant, 42 High st. ; h. 1 Coupar's alley 
Ross, Henry, baker, 22 Todburn lane 
Ross, Hugh, watchmaker, 24 King's road 
Ross, James, sheriff-clerk of Forfarshire, County buildings, Dundee and 

Forfar ; h. 12 Castle street, Montrose 
Ross, James, burgh and sheriff-officer, 8 Meadowside ; h. 144 Princes st. 
Ross, James, clerk, 63 Gellatly street 
Ross, Jolin, detective officer, 21 Kinloch street 
Ross, John, cabinetmaker, 65 Nethergate ; h. 38 Seafield road 
Ross, John, clerk, 55 Murraygate 
iRoss, John, upholsterer, 28 Stanley place. Step row 
jRoss, John, pointsman, East Station ; h. 8 Roslin terrace 
iRoss, John, slater, 8 Dallfield walk 
JRoss, John, mason, 38 North street 

iRoss, John, timekeeper, Douglas Foundry ; li. 37 Nethergate 
jRoss, Neil, 115 Ferry road 
iRoss, Peter, furniture dealer, 241 Lochee road 
Ross, Robert S., engineer, 7 Eadie's road ; h. 4 Id vies street 
Ross, Roberts., spirit merchant, 12 Commercial st., Maxwelltown; h. lOJ 
Ross, Robert, greengrocer, 211 Perth road 

Ross, Thomas S., merchant, 12 Cowgate ; h. 3BalgiUo ter., Bro. Ferry 
Ross, Thomas, inspector of works, 1 St Peter street 
Ross, Thomas, heel and toe plate manufacturer, 35 Hilltown 
Ross, Thomas, carter, 6 Queen street 
iRoss, William, machinefitter, 23 Rose street 
IRoss, William R., sawyer, 88 Rosebank street 
Ross, William, foreman painter, 17 Crichton street 
:Ross, William, marine engineer, 39 Crescent street 
|R-oss, William, grocer, 8 Constitution street 

lOss, Mrs Alexander, 27 Nelson street 
Ross, Mrs James, 27 Dallfield terrace 
Ross, Mrs N. L. , lodgings, 21 Airlie place 

Ross, Miss B. J., fruiterer and confectioner, 189 and 191 Victoria road 
Ross, Miss Elizabeth, biblereader, Ellen place, 17 Lyon street 
' Rosscraig, Alexander, fishdealer, 63 Hilltown 


Rough, Alexander, of Rough & Eraser, 17 Hospital wynd 

Rough & Eraser, bakers, 17 Hospital wynd 

Rough, Geo., merchant, Tayside villa, 2 Osborne place, Magdalen gi'een 

Rowan, Edward, pawnbroker, 65 Overgate ; h. Rowan villa, West Eerry 

Rowan, Mary, grocer, 66 Scouringburn ; h. 41 Hawkhill 

Rowan, Theophilus, police constable, 25 St Salvador street 

Roxburgh, James, moulder, 25 Catherine street 

Roxburgh, William, wholesale and retail draper, hosier, and shirtmaker, 

93 and 95 Hawkhill and 1 Kincardine street ; h. 7 Park terrace 
Roy, John L., diesinker, stamp and seal cutter, and engraver, 56 Bell 

street ; h. Lansdowne place, 3 Constitution road 
Roy, John, dairyman, North Lawton, Coldside 
Roy, Thomas, mechanic, 11 Baffin street 
Roy, Mrs William L., Victoria chambers, 12 Victoria road 
Roy & Millar, Misses, dressmakers, 230 Hilltown 
Royal Bank of Scotland; chief office in Dundee, 22 Castle street; brandies, 

97 Murraygate, 36 Westport, and 22 Kmg street 
Royal British Hotel, High st. and 4 Castle st. ; Joseph Rickard, proprietor 
ROYAL HOTEL, 56 Nethergate and 5 Union street ; James T. Russell, 

proprietor. See Adv. 
Royal Liver Eriendly Society ; agent, W. E. Longmuir, Arcade 

buildings, 93 Victoria road 
Royal Lunatic Asylum, Westgreen, Liff, near Dundee 
Rumgay, John, publishing agent, IS Dock street ; h. 143 Victoria road 
Russell, Andrew, confectioner, 64 Taylor's lane 
Russell, David, & Co., merchants and agents, 35 Cowgate 
Russell, David, of David Russell & Co., Hill terrace, Broughty Eerry 
Russell, David, & Son, chemists. 111 Nethergate 
Russell, David, shipwriglit, 44 Lilybank road 
Russell, James, of D. Russell & Son, 5 Kilnburn place, Newport 
Russell, James T. , proprietor, Royal Hotel, 56 Nethergate and 5 Union st. 
Russell, John W., dispensing chemist, 135 Nethergate ; h. 143 
Russell, John, shoemaker, 32 Ann street 
Russell, Robert, mechanic, 8 Roslin terrace, Clepington 
Russell, Thos. , blacksmith, Russell lane, 8 Victoria road ; h. 133 Victoria rd. 
Russell, Miss M. C. , Berlm wool and fancy goods repository, 90 Nethergate 
Russell, Miss Jemima, dressmaker, Peter's court, 20 Cowgate 
Russia, Vice-consul for — Otto Holdheim, Victoria chambers, 10 Vict, road 
Rutherford, Alexander C, accountant, secretary and manager, Glasgow 

Guardian Society, 54 Conunercial street ; h. The Grange, Lenzie 
Rutherford, Rev. Andrew, assistant. Parish Church ; h. 20 Airlie place 
Rutherford, A. B., grocer, 6 Balgay st. ; h. Washington bldgs., Peddie st. 
Rutherford, Jas., wine and spirit merch., 12 Murraygate ; h. 18 Springfield 
Rutherford, John, coaldealer, 103 Hilltown ; h. 38 Rosebank street 
Ruthven, George, shipwright, 9 Brown Constable street 
Ruthven, Robert, butcher, 45 Albert street ; A. 89 
Ruthven, Mrs C. , grocer, 4 Daniel street ; h. 2 
Ruthven, Mrs James, 19 Bain square 
Ruxton, Mrs Agnes, 11 Lower pleasance 

Sabiston, James, mechanic, 12 Raglan street 


SADDLER, JAMES, cooper, packing-case maker, firewood and timber 
merchant, 34 Candle lane ; h. 37 Nethergate. See Adv. 

Sadler, David, bootmaker, 169 Princes street; h. 86 Albert street 

Sadler, James, mechanic, 21 Hilltown 

Sailors' Home, 62 Dock street ; Duncan Ritchie, superintendent 

St Mary's Sisterhood, 10 King street 

St Roque's Works, 2 Constable st; Morison, Anderson, &Butchai't, manufs. 

Salecker,F.,flax mereh. and com. agent, 1 Rl. Exchange pi. ; h. 1 W. Bell st. 

Salmond, William, shipmaster, 12 William street, Forebank 

Salmond, David, commission agent, 31 Isles' lane 

Salmond & Fleming, wholesale grocers, teadealers, and provision mer- 
chants, 59 Gellatly street 

Salmond, Frank, of J. & F. Salmond, 7 Airlie terrace 

Salmond, James, of J. & F. Salmond, Lansdowne pi., 3 Constitution rd. 

Salmond, John, mechanic, 2 Bell Street lane 

Salmond, J. & F. , civil engineers and land surveyors, 6 High street 

Salmond, Peter, factory mechanic, 74 Albert street 

Salmond, William, of Salmond & Fleming, 7 Airlie terrace 

Salmond, Mrs Isabella, confectioner, 50 Princes street 

Salomon, Julius, merchant, 19 Bain square; Ji. 14 Windsor street 

Samnuggur Jute Factory Co., Limited, spinners and manufacturers, 
Samnuggur, near Calcutta ; Dundee office, 84 Commercial street ; 
David Stewart, secretary 

Samson, Charles C. , drapery warehouseman, 29 North Wellington street 

Samson, David, cabinetmaker, 229 Overgate ; h. 187 

Samson, David, student, 4 Melrose terrace, Clepington 

Samson, George, wine and spirit merchant, 37 Castle st. ; h. 1 Bank st. 

Samson, George, tinsmith and gasfitter, 4 Temple lane 

Samson, Hugh, cabinetmaker, 28 Balfour street 

Samson, James, foreman baker, 4 North Ellen street 

Samson & Unna, merchants, 51 Meadowside 

Samson, William, aerated water manufacturer, 154 Seagate 

Samson, Mrs Hugh, 4 South George street 

Samson, Mrs, dressmaker, 26 Lawson place 

Samson, Mrs, grocer, 5 St Peter street 

Samson, Miss, 2 Airlie terrace 

Samson, Miss, dressmaker. Arcade buildings. King street 

Samuel, Thomas, watch and clock dealer, 37 Union street 

Sandeman, Andrew, 12 Blyth street 

Sandeman, Andrew, joiner, 98 Dens road 
I Sandeman, Charles Stewart, merch., Baltic bldgs. ; h. Springland, Perth 

Sandeman, David G. , clerk, 30 Union place, Perth road 

Sandeman, Frank Stewart, cotton and jute spinner and manufacturer, 
Stanley Mills, and Manhattan Works; q^ce, Baltic bldgs. ; /(.Stanley 

Sandeman, Hugh, bootmaker, 60 Commercial street ; h. 17 Airlie place 

Sandeman, John, clerk, 7 South Ellen street 

Sandeman, John, baker, 15 Strathmartine road 

Sandeman, Patrick, of P. Sandeman & Co. , 5 South Ellen street 

Sandeman, P., & Co., chemists and druggists, 17 High street 

Sandeman, Robert, housefactor, 16 Nelson street 

Sandeman, Mrs John, baker, 15 North George street 


Sanderson, James, currier, 49 Victoria road 

Sanderson, William, fishdealer, 85 Princes street 

Sandilands, James, tenter, 12 Carmichael street 

Sands, John, shoemaker, 23 Blackscroft 

Sands, Mrs, 12 Alexander street 

Sang, Edward, market gardener, 350 Perth road 

Sangster, Richard, shipmaster, 2 Viewforth place 

Sanitary Inspector's Office, Central Police Office, West Bell street ; 

Thos. Ktnnear, inspector 
Saunders, David H., merchant, 11 Panmure street; A. 19 Albany ter. 
Saunders, David, baker, 68 Peddie street 
Saunders, George, confectioner, 59 Princes street 
Saunders, John M., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 33 Alexander 

street ; h. 9 South Ellen street 
Saunders, John, butcher, 48 Dudhope Crescent road ; h. 12 Parker st. 
Saunders, William, foreman baker, 1 M 'Donald street 
Saunders, William, bootmaker, 91 Princes street 

Saunders, William P., general printer, 7 New Inn entry; h. 3 Hilltown 
Saunders, Mrs Charles, 12 South Wellington street 
Saunders, Mrs Jane, 20 Overgate 
Saunders, Mrs Margaret, 16 Ireland's lane 
Saunders, Mrs Peter, boot warehouse, 8 Perth rd. ; h. Victoria chambers, 

10 Victoria road 
Scarlett, Andrew, jobbing gardener, 4 Lowden's alley 
Scarlett, William, undertaker and funeral-coach proprietor, 65 Scouring- 

bum, 6 Ann street, and 28 Hunter street ; h. 41 Hawkhill 
Schleselman, George, district agent. Mutual Fire Insurance Corporation, 

Limited, Victoria chambers, 12 Victoria road 
Schlochauer, Wilhelm, merchant, 37 Albert square 
School Board Office, 32 Castle street 
Schultzen & Murray, Misses, principals of East of Scotland Institution, 

31 South Tay street 
Scobie, Chai'les, of Anderson & Scobie, 220 Blackness road 
Scotland, James, tea merchant, 19 St Andrew's street ; Ti. 10 Forfar road 
Scott, Alex., agent, Clydesdale Bank, Limited; h. Ashbank, Newport 
Scott, Alexander C. , mill and factory furnisher, ironmonger, tinsmith, and 

gasfitter. Ward road, and N. Lindsay street ; h. 8 Strawberrybank 
Scott, Alexander W., of H. & A. Scott, Riversdale, 370 Perth road 
Scott, Alex., joiner and builder, 32 Blackness road ; h. 49 Small's wynd 
Scott, Alexander R., of J. & A. R. Scott & Co., 63 Blackscroft 
Scott, Alexander, late farmer, 6 William street, Forebank 
Scott, Alexander, mechanic, 221 Lochee road 
Scott, Alexander, tenter, 5 Arklay street 
Scott, Alexander, confectioner, 29 Dallfield walk 
Scott, Alexander, dairyman, 42 Ferry road ; h. East Denside 
Scott, Alexander, mechanic, 2 Hillbank road 
Scott, Alexander, calenderworker, 58 Nethergate 

Scott, Andrew, rigger and shippainter, MarLae parade, east ; A. 31 Step row 
Scott, Andrew, dockgateman, 2 Erskine street 
Scott, Andrew, yamdresser, 13 Lawson place 
Scott, Andrew, warehouseman, 90 Blackscroft 


Scott, Andrew, gardener, 46 Seafield road 

Scott, Arthur, foreman blacksmith, Wallace Foundry; h. 30 N. Ellen st. 

Scott, Charles, grocer, Garfield, place, 53 Hawkhill 

Scott, Charles, confectioner, 31 Victoria street ; h. 33 

Scott, Charles, mason, 17 Kinnaird street 

Scott, David, & Son, marine insurance brokers, shipbrokers, and average 

adjusters, 62 Commercial street 
Scott, David, of David Scott & Son, Struan place. East Newport 
Scott, David, jun., of David Scott & Son, Struan place. East Newport 
Scott, David, of James Scott & Sons, 13 Windsor street 
Scott, David, of D. Scott & Co., The Retreat, 370 Perth road 
Scott, David P., teller, National Bank; h. 9 Renny place, West Ferry 
Scott, David, registrar of births, &c., 16 Bank street; h, 1 Victoria 

square, 43 Nethergate 
Scott, David, manager, Hillbank Factory ; h. 3 Roslin terrace 
Scott, David, manager, Ann Street Bag Factory ; h. 93 Arbroath road 
Scott, David M., clerk, 8 Panmure street ; h. 4 Havelock place 
Scott, David, brewer, 32j King street 
Scott, David, shore porter, 9 Lilybank road 
Scott, David, mason, 6 Lawrence street 
Scott, David, baker, 4 Temple lane 
Scott, Donald, newsagent, 50 Dura street 
Scott, D., & Co., merchants, 13 Albert square 
Scott, Edward T., engineer, 177 Victoria road 
Scott, Edwin, marine insurance broker, Commercial Bank buildings, 87 

Commercial street ; h. Seafield, Broughty Ferry 
Scott & Fyfe, manufacturers, 17 Bell street ; works, Tayport 
Scott, George, butcher, 2 Russell street 
Scott, George, painter, 24 Charles street 
Scott, George, chinadealer, 14 Hospital wynd 

Scott, George, manager. Waste Works, 57 Cotton road ; h. 90 Dens road 
Scott, George, joiner, 20 South George street 
Scott, George, blacksmith, 59 Crescent street 
Scott, George, greengi'ocer, 89 Hawkhill 
Scott, Helen, 7 St Peter street 

Scott, Henry, upholsterer, 107 Nethergate ; fi. 2 Tay Street lane 
Scott, H. & A., manufacturers, Tayfield Works, Seafield lane 
Scott, James, & Sons, manufacturers, Mid Wynd Works, 25 Mid wynd 
Scott, James, of James Scott & Sons, Hyndford house, Perth road 
Scott, James, of J. & A. R. Scott & Co., 63 Blackscroft 
Scott, James, shipowner, 7 Craigie terrace 

3cott, Jas. , manager. Welcome Coffee Tav. , Beaconsfield pi. , 1 4 Victoria rd. 
Scott, James, draper, 31 North Church street ; h. 33 
3cott, James, upholsterer, 52 Blackness road 
Scott, James, janitor, High School ; h. High School buildings 
Scott, James, house proprietor, 4 Lawrence street 
Scott, James, police constable, 3 Pitfour street 
Scott, James, clerk, 54 Commercial street ; h. 7 Airlie terrace 
scott, James, hairdresser, 4 Bell street ; h. 20 Bell Street lane 
,3cott, James, mechanic, 26 Alexander street 
?cott, James, bootcloser, 14 Stanley place, Step row 


Scott, James, joiner, 9 Blyth street 

Scott, James, mason, 15 Clepington street 

Scott, James, compositor, 71 Perth road 

Scott, John C. , of James Scott & Sons, 4 Hawkhill place 

Scott, John, ironmonger, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 33 Wellgate ; 

h. 68 Strathmartine road 
Scott, John C, cabmetmaker, 11 Mid wynd 
Scott, John, of Lindsay & Scott, 8 Kilnburn place, Newport 
Scott, John, farmer. Logic Farm, Lochee road 
Scott, John, confectioner, 109 Ann street ; h. 104 
Scott, John C, merchant, 19 Cowgate ; h. 39 Step row 
Scott, John, shoemaker, 12 Lawrence street 
Scott, John, joiner, St Mary's place 
Scott, John, clerk, 14 Annfield street 
Scott, John, street porter, 7 Tay Street lane 
Scott, J. & A. R., & Co., cabinetmakers, joiners, and funeral undertakers, 

71 Blackscroft, and 40 and 42 Foundry lane 
Scott & M'Nab, shuttle and buffalo-picker makers, 53 Dallfield walk 
Scott, Maitland H., engineer, 26 Raglan street 

Scott, Peter C. , manufacturer, 31 Albert square ; h. 4 Windsor street 
Scott, Peter, stationer and tobacconist, Beaconsfield pi., 122 Victoria rd, 
Scott, Peter M., factory manager, Polepark Works ; h. 42 St Mary's pi. 
Scott, Peter, china merchant, 20 Ferry road ; h. 56 
Scott, Peter, lapper, 5 Wallace street 

Scott, Peter A., wholesale provision mer. , 128 Seagate ; h. 62 Caldrum st. 
Scott, Richard, teacher, High School ; A. 8 Airlie terrace 
Scott, Richard, housejoiner, 48 Blackscroft 

Scott, Richard, tobaccopipe manuf., 13 Jamaica st.; h. 27 N. Ellen st. 
Scott, Robert, H.M. Customs; h. Heathbank, West Newport 
Scott, Robert, of Scott & Fyfe, Craigiemount, Tayport 
Scott, Robert, sheriff-officer, 29 Panmure street ; h. 28 Carmichael street 
Scott, Robert, mason, 21 Kinloch street 
Scott, Robert, shipmaster, 148 Perth road 
Scott, Robert, & Co., organbuilders, 128b Nethergate 
Scott, Robert, of Robert Scott & Co. , 61 Nethergate 
Scott, Samuel, engineer, 4 Corso street 

Scott Street Linen Works, Scott st. ; Geo. Gilroy, jun.,& Co., manufactrs. 
SCOTT, THOMAS, ironmonger, millfurnisher, grocers' outfitter, tinsmith, 

and gasfitter, 17 Union st. ; h. Invertay, East Newport. See Adv. 
Scott, Thomas, shoemaker, 6 Lawrence street 

Scott, Thomas E., grocer and potato mercht., 64 and 66 Ferry road ; h, 62 
Scott, Thomas, butcher, 91 Hawkhill ; h. 106 
Scott, Thomas, baker, 14 Ogilvie's road 
Scott, Thomas, enginefitter, 44 Polepark road 

Scott, Thomas, harbour porter, Beaconsfield place, 7 William street 
Scott, William, 354 Perth road 

Scott, William C. , tanner and wool merchant, 1 Park street 
Scott, Wm. , spiritdealer, 10 Fish st. and 7 Butcher row ; h. 36 Nethergate 
Scott, William A., carver, gilder, and pictnredealer, 92 Commercial 

street ; h. Woodriffe villas. East Newport 
Scott, William, jun., of Jas. Scott «& Sons, Elmbrae, Beechwood terrace 


Scott, Wm. R., clerk, Rl. Bank, Castle st.; Ji. Gibson ter., Main's loan. 

Scott, William, house proprietor, 1 Laurelbank, Constitution road 

Scott, William T., clerk. Police Treasurer's office ; h. 2 Allan street 

Scott, Wm., mer., 5 Meadow entry ; h. Abbotsford house, Westpark rd. 

Scott, William, carver and gilder, 98 Princes street 

Scott, William, overseer, 8 Baxter street 

Scott, William, carting contractor, 15 Back street 

Scott, William, hairdresser, 171 Hilltown 

Scott, William, oificer. Mercantile Marine office; h. 124 Seagate 

Scott, William, shipcarpenter, 15 Lilybank road 

Scott, William, late shipbuilder, 3 Craig street 

Scott, William, porter, 2 Allan street 

Scott, William B., 8 Dudhope place 

Scott, Mrs Alexander, stationer, 127 Perth road 

Scott, Mrs Charles, grocer, 66 Princes street 

Scott, Mrs E., wine and spirit mer., 13 Thorter row ; h, Camphill, B. Ferry 

Scott, Mrs Isabella, greengrocer, 6 Glebe street 

Scott, Mrs John, 134 Princes street 

Scott, Mrs Mary P., tobacconist, 88 ISTethergate ; h. 16 Bell street 

Scott, Mrs, manglekeeper, 46 Dura street 

Scott, Mrs William, Ellen place, 17 Lyon street 

Scott, Mrs, The Retreat, 370 Perth road 

Scott,, Miss Isabella, milliner and strawhat maker, 130 Muiraygate; 

h. 72 Lochee road 
Scott, Miss M., dress and mantle maker, 28 South Tay street 
1 Scott, Miss, dressmaker, 24 Bank street 
Scott, Miss, lodgings, 18 Dallfield terrace 
SCOTTISH Accident Assurance Company, Limited. See Adv. 
ScottishAmericanTrustCompanies,Ld.,13Albertsq. ;Robt.Flemuig, secy. 
Scottish Banking Co. , Ld. , 57 Commercial st. ; A. G. Fleming, gen. manager 
Scottish Boiler Insurance and Engine Inspection Co. , Limited ; Geo. 

Schleselman, district agent, 12 Victoria chambei's 
Scottish Co-op. Wholesale Society,3Trades lane; JohnBarrowman,mangr. 
SCOTTISH Equitable Mutual Life Assurance Society. See Adv. 
SCOTTISH FANCIER, THE; James P. Mathew & Co., publishers, 17 and 
\ 19 Cowgate. See Adv. 

jlScottish Loan Co. , pawnbrokers, 5 Meadow entry ; Wm. Scott, proprietor 
Scottish Provident Institution for Mutual Life Assurance, 6 Panmure 

street ; John W. Shepherd, local secretary. 
Scottish Provincial Assurance Co. , 5 Albert square ; Jas. Low, agent 
SCOTTISH Widows' Fimd Mutual Life Assurance Society. See Adv. 
Scouringburn Works, 16 Milne's East wynd ; W. & D. Watson, manufs. 
Scrimgeour, Charles W., of J. Scrimgeour & Sons, 6 Springfield 
^crimgeour, David, of J. Scrimgeour & Sons, 7 Airlie terrace 
3crimgeour, David, manager. Column Mill; h. Ward house, 30 Session st. 
^crimgeour, David, mechanic, 22 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
pcrimgeour, George, of J. Scrimgeour & Sons, 10 William st., Forebank 
Scrimgeour, James, blacksmith, 13 Albert street 
Scrimgeour, John, of J. Scrimgeour & Sons, 8 Panmure terrace 
Scrimgeour, John, of Reid, Johnston, Scrimgeour, & Co., Snowdonbank, 
I East Newport 


Scrimgeour, John, & Sons, wholesale provision merchants, 10 Eankine's 
court, 79 High street 

Scrimgeour, John, printer, 28 North George street 

Scrimgeour, John, confectioner, 4 Dens road ; h. 4 Gellatly street 

Scrimgeour, Thomas, mechanic, 39 Park wynd 

Scrimgeour, William, collector of Poor rates, Townhouse buildings, I St 
Clement's lane ; h. Downfield 

Scrimgeour, Mrs D., 1 Balgay street 

Scrimgeour, Mrs Jane, confectioner, 24 King street 

Scrimgeour, Miss, dairykeeper, 44 Dura street ; h. 90 

Scroggie, David, of H. Henderson & Sons, Odmoston, West Newport 

Scroggie, Edward, traveller, Ladybank Leather Works ; h. 4 Airlie ter. 

Scroggie, Robert V., of W. 0. Taylor & Co., Ascot, West Newport 

Scroggie, W. T. , accountant, India bldgs. ; A. Viewbank, Blackness rd. 

Scroggie, Mrs, dressmaker, 209 Lochee road 

Scryingeour, Andrew, brassfinisher, 13 Dudhope street 

Scr5angeour, George, & Co., satchel and bagmakers, and sewing con- 
tractors, 38 South Tay street 

Scr3nngeour, George, of George Scrymgeour & Co. , 7 Tay square 

Scrymgeour, James, A.B.S.E., agent for Dundee Industrial Schools, 
Northern Assurance Association, and agent and assistant secretary 
for Prison Aid Society, 18 Meadowside 

Scrjangeour, John, baker, 4 Nethergate ; h. 6 Nethergate, and M'lvor 
cottage. West Newport 

Scrymgeour, Miss Margaret, 42 Seafield road 

Seabraes Mill, 2 Perth road ; J. & A. Guthrie, spinners 

Seafield Works, Taylor's lane ; Thomson, Shepherd, & Co. , spinners, 
manufacturers, and dyers 

Seath, Mrs Eliza, draper, 86 Dudhope street 

Sedgewick, John, bookseller and stationer, 61 Reform street 

Selbie, Francis, bootmaker, 53 Albert street ; A. 71 

Selbie, John, bootmaker, 66 Nethergate ; h. 75 Annfield road 

Selbie, John, jun., tailor and clothier, hatter, hosier, and shirtmaker, 
65 Hawkhill ; h. 5 Waterloo place, 75 Annfield road 

Sellar, John, resident secretary, Equitable Life Assurance Society of 
U.S., 13 Ward road ; h. Anderson place, 7a William street 

Sellars, David R., artist, 28 Long wynd 

Sellars, J. W., traveller, 23 Lamb's lane 

Sellars, Thomas, hacklemaker, 131 Ann street 

Sellars, William W. , dentist, 28 Long wynd 

Session Clerk's Office, 56a Bell street ; John Miln, session-clerk 

Seton, James, jeweller, 21 Lawrence street 

Seville & Co. (of Liverpool and London), jute, flax, and hemp brokers, 
3 Royal Exchange court 

Shallcross, George, manager, Dundee Coffeehouse Co., Limited, 23 Vic- 
toria road ; A. 27 

Shand, George, shipmaster, 11 West wynd 

Shand, Robert, railway guard, 17 Annfield row 

Shanks, WUliam, wine and spirit merchant, 62 King street ; h, 79 

Shapearey, Morris, & Pane, jewellers and watchmakers, 65 Commercial St. 

Sharp, Alexander, tailor, 2 St Clement's lane 


Sharp, Andrew, manager, West Dudhope Mill, 24 Garland place 

Sharp, Frank, teacher of music, 6 Garland place ; Ji. Baldovan 

Sharp, Isabella, 48 Union street 

Sharp, James, manager, Stannergate Oil Mills ; h. Stannergate 

Sharp, James, music teacher, 24 Garland place 

Sharp, James, sawtrunmer, 36 Small's wynd 

Sharp, John, flaxspinner and manufacturer, Miln Street and Bower 
Mills ; h. Fernhall and Balmuir 

Sharp, John, jun., merchant, Miln Street Mill; h, Fernhall and Balmuir 

Sharp, John, slater, 14 Temple lane 

Sharp, John, lettercarrier, Lyon's close, 61 Hawkhill 

Sharp, Peter, furnishings, 14 Dudhope Crescent road 

Sharp, Robert, blacksmith, 3 Ann street 

Sharp, R. B. , merchant, Miln Street Mill ; h. Fernhall and Balmuir 

Sharp, Tom, cashier, Dundee Flour Mills ; A. Stannergate 

Sharp, William, 68 Bell street 

Sharp, William, 6 Garland place 

Sharp, W. R. , merchant, Miln Street Mill ; h. Fernhall and Balmuir 

Sharp, Miss, dressmaker, 2 St David's lane 

Shaw, James, & Co., manufacturers and merchants, 57 Meadowside 

Shaw, James, of James Shaw & Co., Adderley, Monifieth 

Shaw, James, cabmetmaker, 7 Thistle street 

Shaw, Jessie G., teacher, Brown Street School ; h. 9 Balfour street 

Shaw, John F., builder and joiner, Lowden's alley ; h. 4 Wilkie's lane 

Shaw, John T., confectioner, Albert court, 37 Nethergate 

Shaw, Thomas, foreman riveter, 2 Baffin street 

Shaw, Mrs Walter, 138 Nethergate 

Shaw, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 4 Forebank road 

Shaw, Misses, 5 Springfield 

Sheach, Robert, jun. , builder, N. Lindsay street ; h. 24 Meadowside 

Sheach, Wm S., farina and starch flour merchant, Well Road Factory, 
Hawkhill ; A. Kilnburn place, Newport 

Sheach, William, bootcloser, 91 Seagate 

Shearer, Edward, grocer and confectioner, 3 Dallfield walk ; h. 1 

Shearer, James, jun., Clepington Spuming Works ; h, Salisbury place, 
Arbroath road 
I Shearer, William, clerk, 17 Janefield place 
I Shearer, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, Peter's court, 20 Cowgate 
I Sheedy, Wm., spirit merchant, 116 and 118 Scouringbum; h. 2 Daniel st. 
I Shepherd, Alexander, contractor, 5 Trades lane ; h. 48 Caldrum street 
' Shepherd, David, colporteur, 38 Peddie street 

Shepherd, Edward, of J. & E. Shepherd, 8 Prospect place 

Shepherd, George, bookbinder, 53 Crescent street 

Shepherd, Isabella, draper, 82 Hilltown ; A. 78 

Shepherd, Isabella, dressmaker, 1 Baxter street 

Shepherd, James, warehouseman, St Maiy's terrace 

Shepherd, James, china merchant, 6 Ash lane 

Shepherd, John W., merchant and insurance agent, Union Bank build- 
ings, 6 Panmure street ; h. 8 Prospect place 

Shepherd, Joseph, ironturner, 9 Mortimer street 

Shepherd, Joseph, of J. & E. Shepherd, 8 Union terrace 


Shepherd, J. & E., property agents, joiners, and valuators, 28 Cowgate 

Shepherd, Robert, teller, British Linen Co. Bank ; h. 32 Forfar road 

Shepherd, Robert, joiner and builder, 9 Paterson street 

Shepherd, Thomas, baker, 137 Nethergate ; h. 143 

Shepherd, Walter, of Thomson, Shepherd, &Co., Unionmount, Perth rd. 

Shepherd, William, late lettercarrier, 29 Hilltown 

Shepherd, Mrs Peter, 1 Melville terrace, Westpark road 

Shepherd, Mrs Sarah, lodgings, 8 St Clement's lane 

Sheriff-Clerk's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 

Sheriff, George, collector, 27 Isles' lane 

Sheriff, James, foreman patternmaker, Ellen place, 27 Lyon street 

Sheriff, William, joiner, 12 Mains road 

Sherriff, George, of Sturrock & Sherriff, Rosemount, Broughty Ferry 

Sherriff, Thomas, assurance agent, 3 Hilltown 

Sherwood, James, tailor, 177 Victoria road 

Shield, James, of Watson & Shield, Annan lodge, West Ferry 

Shield & Kyd, solicitors and notaries, 8 Euclid street 

Shields, John, cowfeeder, 24 Mains road 

Shiell, John, of Shiell & Small, 19 Windsor street 

Shiell & Small, solicitors and notaries public, 5 Bank street 

Shiells, James, shore labourer, 7 Lyon place 

Shiells, Peter A. , coffeehouse-keeper, 4 Dudhope Crescent road ; h. 2 

Shirren, William, cutter, 5 South Ellen street 

Short, Rev. Chas. , M. A. , Ward Chapel Congregational Ch. h, 4 Nelson ter. 

Short, Edward, bootmaker, 191 Blackness road 

SHORT, JAMES, coach proprietor. Royal Hotel stables ; h. 27 Yeaman 

shore. See Adv. 
Short, Robert M., manager, Caledon Shipyard ; h. 17 Nelson street 
Short, Miss Margaret, dressmaker, 43 Castle street 
Sibbald, James, civil engineer and architect, 79 Commercial street; h. 

12 Baton's lane 
Sibbald, Mrs, 1 Commercial street 
Sidey, Duncan, agent, Clydesdale Bank, Limited ; h. Craighead house, 

East Newport 
Sidey, John T., joiner, 20 North Ellen street 
Sidey, Thomas, clerk, 37 Union street 

Sidey, Mrs William, fancy goods and stationer, 23 North Ellen st. ; h. 27 
Sievwright, John L., of M'lntyye & Sievwright, Craiglea, Newport 
Silk, William, general dealer, 15 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Silvie, David, jun., confectioner, 114 Overgate, and boot and shoe maker, 

84 0vergate; A. 112 
Silvie, David, bellhanger, 5 Catherine street 
Sim, John, tailor, 35 Victoria road 

Sim, Joseph, clerk, 67 Reform street ; h. 35 Constitution road 
Sim, William, timekeeper, 14 North Ellen street 
Sim, Mrs John, Ellen place, 7 Lyon street 
Sim, Mrs, 3 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 

•Sime, David, telephonist, D. andD. Telephone Co., 104 Commercial street 
Sime, David, blacksmith, 7 Ireland's lane 
Sime, George, dental surgeon. Arcade buildings. King street 
Sime, James, tailor, 6 Kirk entry, Wellgate 


Sime, James, mechanic, 32 Ann street 

Sime, John, detective officer, 3 Fyffe street 

Sime, Peter, of Bell & Sime, Balgay terrace, Lochee road 

Sime, Thomas, manager, Logie Works ; h. 10 Milnbank road 

Sime, William, & Co., joiners, Scott street 

Sime, William, of William Sime & Co., Abbotsford place, Peddle street 

Sime, William R., 1 Graham place 

Sime, Mrs Ann, boardinghouse keeper, 7 North Lindsay street 

Sime, Mrs David, 2 Dalhousie terrace 

Sime, Mrs John, 26 Bell Street lane 

SIMMERS, ADAM, ironmonger, 48 Castle street ; h, 7 Norman terrace, 

Downfield. See Adv. 
Simmers, James, clerk. Commercial Bank; h. 51 High street 
Simmers, Robert, checker, West Station, 51 High street 
Simmie, Mrs, manglekeeper, 5 Lawrence street 

Simpson, Alex., of Methven, Simpson, & Co., Gowanbank, Lochee road 
Simpson, Alexander, accountant, 104 Commercial street; A. Woodmuir 

park, Newport 
Simpson, Alexander, clerk. East Port Calender ; h. 14 Rose street 
Simpson, Alexander, clerk, 110 Victoria road 

Simpson, Alexander, enginedriver, Washington buildings, Corso street 
Simpson, Alexander, joiner, 6 Polepark road 
Simpson, Andrew, clerk, 33 Stirling street 
Simpson, A., draper, 41 Perth road ; h. 2 Paton's lane 
Simpson & Braid, shipchandlers, non-corrosive and anti-fouling varnish 

manufacturers, and importers of paraffin lamps, founts, chimneys, 

and moons, and oil, paint, and colour merchants, Calcutta buildings, 

Commercial street ; works, Tayport 
Simpson, Charles, seaman, 251 Lochee road 
Simpson, Daniel, mechanic, 34 Hospital wynd 
Simpson, David, of Simpson & Braid, 46 Castle street 
Simpson, David, blacksmith, 8 Lawrence street 
Simpson, David, overseer, 23 Baxter street 
Simpson, David, warehouseman, 37 Park wynd 
Simpson, Geo. B., merch., spinner, andmanufac. Lower Pleasance Mill, 

and Nelson Street Factory ; office, Baltic bldgs. ; h. Seafield, B. Ferry 
Simpson, Geoi-ge, mechanic, 12 St Mary's place 

Simpson, James, accountant. Royal Bank, Murraygate ; h, 4 Gowrie pi. 
Simpson, Rev, Jas. A. , Bonnethill Free Ch. ; h. 2 Woodville pi. , Maryfield 
Simpson, James, mason, 19 Catherine street 
Simpson, James, potato merchant, 110 Hilltown ; h. 108 
Simpson, James, warehouseman, 9 Baxter street 
Simpson, James, 20 Bell street 

Simpson, John, of Johnston & Simpson ; h. Grovebank, Tayport 
Simpson, John, draper and clothier. Arcade buildings. King street ; h. 

2 Taymouth terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Simpson, John, ironmoulder, 91 Milnbank road 
Simpson, John, harbour porter, 19 St Matthew street 
Simpson, Peter, mason, 59 Milnbank road 
Simpson, Peter, mechanic, 5 Parker street 
Simpson, Robert, mason, 46 Mid street 


Simpson, R. M., commission and insurance agent, 23 Pamnure street ; 
h. Rosefield place, 179 Blackness road 

Simpson, Thomas, coal and potato dealer, 11 Ann street ; A. 13 

Simpson, Thomas, tenter, 30 North street 

Simpson, Walker, joiner, 13 Blackheath place 

Simpson, William, inspector of agents, Scottish Equitable Life Assur- 
ance Society, 12 Euclid street; h. 3 Sydney place, Broughty Ferry 

Simpson, William H., art teacher, High School, h. 1 St Peter street 

Simpson, William, potato mer.,1 10 Hilltown; h. Mountpleasant, Tayport 

Simpson, William, mechanic, 24 Charles street 

Simpson, William, M.A., teacher, West-end Academy; h. 14 Barrack st. 

Simpson, William G., joiner, 9 Balfour street 

Simpson, William C, foreman, cleansing department, 149 Seagate 

Simpson, Mrs James, grocer, 81 Princes street 

Simpson, Mrs William, 48 South Tay street 

Simpson, Mrs William, 37 Union street 

Simpson, Miss Helen, dress and mantle maker, 45 Nelson street 

Simpson & Alexander, Misses, dressmakers, 13 St Peter street 

Sims, Alfred J., Inland revenue clerk, 31 Bank street ; h. Bamhill 

Simson, Alexander, shipsteward, 38 Ann street 

Simson, James, clerk, Forebank terrace, 20 Forebank road 

Simson, William B., merchant, 6 Panmure street 

Simson, Miss E., dressmaker, 21 J Ann street ; h. 38 

Sinclair, Alexander, fireman, 48 Princes street 

Sinclaii', Alfred D., professor of dancing, 31 Reform street 

Sinclair, Andrew, of W. P. Laird & Sinclair, Fountainbrae, Monifieth 

Sinclair, Arthur, of Sinclair & Dawson, Birkhill house, Birkhill feus, Liff 

Sinclair, Christina, laundress, 8 Parker street 

Sinclair & Dawson, drapers, and dress, mantle, and millinery warehouse- 
men, 30 to 34 Reform st., and "The Corner," 73 Commercial street 

Sinclair, Donald, shoemaker, Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 

Sinclair, George, 9 Ward road 

Sinclair, George, woodturner, Caldrum Works ; h. 26 Alexander street 

Sinclair, Isabella, stationer, 267 Hawkhill 

Sinclair, James, printer, 36 Victoria street 

Sinclair, John, & Son, commission merchants, 9 Dock street 

Sinclair, John, of John Sinclair & Son, Cedarbank, Barnhill 

Sinclair, John, jun. , of John Sinclair & Son, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 

Sinclair, John, baker, 34 North Church street 

Sinclair, John, mechanic, Lilybank Foundry; h. 2 M'Gill street 

Sinclair, Robert, M.D., medical practitioner, 3 Airlie place 

Sinclair, Samuel, milloverseer, 23 Baxter street 

Sinclair, Miss, teacher of dancing, 31 Reform street 

Sinclair, Mrs James, 36 Victoria road 

Sinclair, Miss B. G. , teacher, 5 St Andrew's street 

Sinclair, Miss Flora, dressmaker, 43 Union street |" 

SINGER Manufacturing Co., sewing-machine manufacturers, 128 Nether- L 
gate ; James Smith, manager. See Adv. Ja 

Sisters of Mercy, The, teachers, St Joseph's Convent, Wilkie's lane 

Sivewright, Andrew, cabdriver, 2 East Henderson's wynd 

Sivewright, Mrs Eli^ia, milliner, 1 Bain square 


Skea, James, fruiterer, 105 Ann street; h. 117 

Skea, Thomas, 30 Isles' lane 

Skene, Charles, coachman, Craigmore lodge, Harecraigs 

Skene, James, house proprietor, 123 Murraygate 

Skene, John, 31 Hunter street 

Skene, Thomas, tailor, 17 Dallfielcl walk 

Skerret, Rev. Josephus L., School Wynd U.P. Church ; h. U.P. Manse, 

5 Paradise road 
Skinner, Alexander, shoemaker, 5 and 7 M 'Donald street 
Skinner, James, millmanager, St Roque's Works ; h. 25 Crescent street 
Skumer, Mrs, Rustic place, 5 Dudhope street 
Skinner, Mrs, 57 Ure street 

Slidders, David M. , carting contractor, 16and ISCandle lane ; A. 74 Seagate 
Slidders, James, railway contractors' agt. , 24 Cowgate ; hAl Yeaman shore 
SHmman & Robertson, lathsplitters, 4 Wellington street 
Slunman, George, of Slimman & Robertson, 17 Graham place 
Slimman, George, jun., lathsplitter, 17 Graham place 
Sloan, Robert, grocer, 25 North Ellen street ; h. 27 
Smail, Adam, hat manufacturer, 2 Reform st.; h. 1 Reres ter., B. Ferry 
Smail, Mrs J., 11 Osborne place 

Small, Alexander, mason, 11 Lyon place, Lyon street 
Small, Alexander M., mason, 6 Shepherd's loan 
Small, Andrew, mason, 236 Lochee road 

Small, Andrew, spirit merchant, 41 Scouringburn ; h. 24a Hawkhill 
Small & Boase, flax and hemp spinners, and twine manufacturers, 64 St 

Andrew's street ; works, Hawkslaw, Leven 
Small, Charles, glazier, 17 Dudhope street 
Small, Charles, shoemaker, 80 Nethergate 
Small, David, plumber, 7 Albert street 

Small, David, of Shiell & Small, Gray house, by Longforgan 
^rnall, David, house proprietor, 14 Paton's lane 
Small, David, jun., clerk, 14 Paton's lane 
Small, David L. , coaldealer, 5 Scott street ; h, 42 Balgay street 

Small, David M., L.D.S.R.C.S., England, dentist, 10 South Tay street 

small, Isaac, blacksmith, 125 Blackness road ; A. 62 Ure street 

>mall, James, house proprietor, 30 Mid street 
[small, James, inspector of works, 17 Speed's terrace 

small, James, seaman, 18 Union street, Maxwelltown 

small, James, seaman, 10 King's road 

imall, John, factory overseer. West Ward Works ; h. 237 Blackness rd. 

imall, John, cowfeeder, 18 Russell street 

Imall, John, plumber, 2 Eliza street 

mall, Robert, & Co. , coal, lime, and cement merchants, and brick and 
tile manufacturers, 64 Yeaman shore ; works, Pitfour, Glencarse 

mall, Robert, traffic superintendent, Caledonian Railway, West Station, 
South Union street ; h. 48 Magdalen Yard road 

taall, Thomas H., commission agent, 51 Yeaman shore 

mall, Thomas N. , spirit merchant, 43 Hawkhill ; h. 38 Hunter street 

mall, Thomas, bootmaker, 23 Hilltown ; h. 21 

mall, William J. , of Shiell & Small, EUenbank, 1 Perth road 

mall, William, 4 Airlie terrace 




Small, William, cabinetmaker and furniture broker, 92 Hilltown; h. 9( 

Small, William, mason, 10 Pennycook lane 

Small, Wm., officer, Lindsay St. Congregational Church; h. 55 Walton st, 

Small, Mrs James, grocer, 2 Carmichael street 

Small, Mrs James, 232 Perth road 

Small, Mrs William, dressmaker, 48 Dallfield walk 

Small, Mrs John, dressmaker, 72 Hilltown 

Small, Mrs Thomas, 24 Crichton street 

Small, Mrs Thomas, 2 Seafield road 

Small, Mrs William, 91 Seagate 

Small, Mrs, 29 Hospital wynd 

Small, Miss Helen, dressmaker, 2 Craig street 

Smart, Alexander S., manufacturer, 9 Don's road and 62 Rosebank st, 

h. Balgray cottage. Provost road 
Smart, Alexander, painter, 8 William street. King street 
Smart, David, merchant, 230 Perth road 
Smart, David, carpenter, 62 Blackscroft 

Smart, George, tobacconist, 54 Wellgate ; h. 7 Morrison's court 
Smart, George, compositor, 193 Blackness road 
Smart, George, sawmaker, 3 Willison street 
Smart, George, tailor, 23 St Salvador street 
Smart, Henry, boilermaker, 9 North Wellington street 
Smart, James, tobacconist, 2 Crichton street ; h. Hermon cottage 

Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Smart, James, joiner, 35 West wynd ; h. 27 Step row 
Smart, John, grocer, 7 Constitution street ; h. 2 Ogilvie's road 
Smart, John, water inspector, 17 Lawrence street 
Smart, Robert, cabinetmaker, 18 Ferry road 
Smart, Robert, tailor and clothier, 14 Ford's lane 
Smart & SchoUay, flax and jute merchants, 3 Royal Exchange court 
Smart, William B., manager to Joseph Johnston & Sons ; A. 13 Park lanji 
Smart, Mrs Jessie, draper, 135 Princes street 
Smeaton, Alex. , grocer, wine and spirit mer., 172 Sco'burn ; A. 13 Balfour sl< 
Smeaton, Alexander, foreman, 97 Princes street 
Smeaton, Margaret, teacher, 19 Mortimer street ; h. 2 
Smieton, David A. , merch. , 7 Rl. Exchange crt. ; A. 12 Douglas ter. , B. Ferr 
Smieton, James, & Sons, linen and jute manufacturers, Panmure Works 

Carnoustie ; office, Victoria chambers, 12 Victoria road 
Smieton, J. More, of James Smieton & Sons, Panmure villa, Bro. Ferr 
Smieton, Thomas A. , of James Smieton & Sons, Panmure villa, B. Ferr 
Smillie, Mary J., dressmaker, 20 Elizabeth street; h. 16 
Smillie, Richard, late shipmaster, 91 Seagate 
Smillie, Thomas, clerk, 33 Cotton road 

Smillie, Mrs E. , grocer, 38 St Mary street ; h. 28 St Mary's place 
Smith, Adam, waiter, 39 North Church street 

Smith, Alexander, merchant, Baltic buildings ; h. 1 Melville terrace 
Smith, Alexander, of Douglas & Smith, 71 Perth road 
Smith, Alex. , carting contractor and coaldealer, 29 Kincardine st. ; h. I 
Smith, Alexander M . , oil merchant and commission agent, 2 Royal Exchan j 

place ; A. 125 Nethergate 
Smith, Alexander, shipmaster, 4 Blyth street 


Smith, Alexander, consulting engineer and steamship surveyor, and 

superintendent, Gem Line Shipping Co.; A. 17 Janefield place 
Smith, Alexander, late builder, 6 Panmure terrace 
Smith, Alexander, clerk, S Park terrace 
Smith, Alexander, commission agent, 13 Arbroath road 
Smith, Alexander, seaman, 62 Ferry road 
Smith, Alexander C, joiner, 21 South Ellen street 
Smith, Alexander J. , commercial traveller, 24 King's road 
Smith, Alfred, deputy superintendent, Mercantile Marine office, Sailors' 

Home buildings ; A. Rockvilla, West Ferry 
Smith, Allan S., manager, Alex. Stephen & Sons' Shipyard ; h. Taybrae 

cottage, West Newport 
Smith, Andrew, of Smith, Hood, & Co., 5 Gowrie place 
Smith, Andrew, of Smith & Son, Myrtlebank, West Ferry 
Smith, Andrew, builder, 126 Blackness road ; h. 2 Havelock place 
Smith, Andrew, painter, 2 Pitfour street 
Smith, Andrew, lettercarrier, 17 Dudhope street 
Smith, Andrew G., railway guard, 11 Annfield row 
Smith, Andrew, joiner, 28 Kincardine street 

Smith, Arch. , insurance secretary, 4 India buildings ; h. 5 Greenfield pi. 
Smith, Arklay, shipcarpenter, 31 Princes street 
Smith, A. Watson, of T. & A. Smith, 39 Magdalen Yard road 
Smith, A. W., of J. P. Smith & Sons, Tay terrace, East Newport 
Smith, Barbara, teacher, Carnoustie Public School ; h. 10 Panmure st. 
Smith Brothers, clothiers and hatters, 35 Reform street 
Smith, Charles, & Son, joiners and cabinetmakers, 12 Queen street 
Smith, Charles, clerk, 12 Dundonald street 
Smith, Charles, commission agent, 83 Albert street 
I Smith, Charles, shipwright, 7 Lyon street 
Smith & Churchill, merchants, 2 India buildings 
Smith, Daniel S., of Srhith Brothers, 10 Garland place 
Smith, David, & Son, spinners andmanixfs. , Alyth ; office, 42 StAndrew's st. 
Smith, David, grocer and spiritdealer, 187 Perth rd.; h. 38 Seafield road 
Smith, David, of J. & W. Smith, 2 Panmure terrace 
Smith, DavidN., of Charles Parker, Sons, & Co., Albertford villa, Maryfield 
Smith, David, of David Smith & Son, Greenbank, Alyth 
Smith, David B., merchant and manufacturer, Victoria chambers, 14 

Victoria road ; h. Myrtlebank, West Ferry 
! Smith, David, mechanic, 50 Ferry road 
1 Smith, David, blacksmith, 51 Rosebank street; h. 61 
Smith, David, clerk, 29 Panmure street ; h. Reid street 
Smith, David, mechanic, 8 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Smith, David, carter, 17 Brewery lane 

Smith, David, engineer, Gladstone place, 32 Dudhope Crescent road 
Smith, David, joiner, 5 Fleuchar street 
Smith, David, clerk, 12 Garland place 
Smith, David, stationer, 72 Victoria road ; h. 95 
Smith, Elisha, mariner, 65 Conunercial street 

Smith, Elizabeth, tobacconist, 75 Commercial st. ; h. 32 Dudhope Cres. rd. 
Smith, Francis, 6 Annfield street 
Smith, George C, manager, Ward Foundry ; h. 13 Park lane 



Smith, George K., of Henry Smith & Co., 16 Airlie place 

Smith, George, sawmiller, 7 Mid street 

Smith, George, of Smith Brothers, Gladstone terrace, Alyth 

Smith, George, flax inspector, 79 King street 

Smith, George, dairyman, 22 Albert street and 160 Blackness road 

Smith, George, shoemaker, 198 Perth road 

Smith, George S., calenderer, 1 Arthur street 

Smith, George, carpenter, Glebe place, 46 Lilybank road 

Smith, Helen B., milliner, 21 Reform street ; h. Invergowrie 

Smith, Helen, grocer, 179 Overgate ; h. 164 

Smith, Henry, & Co., merchants, spinners, and manufacturers, Polepark 

Works ; office, 10 Panmure street 
Smith, Henry, stationer, tobacconist, and toy merchant, 32 Dura street ; 

h. 1 Stobswell road 
Smith, Hood, & Co. , coal merchants, 48 Union street 
Smith, Isabella, 17 Nelson street 
Smith, James, treasurer, Dundee Police and Water Commissioners, 8 

Meadowside ; A. Balgay terrace, Lochee road 
Smith, Jas. , secretary, Young Men's Christian Association; h. 18 Airlie pi. 
Smith, James R., of Hardie & Smith, 304 Perth road 
Smith, James, builder, 22 Rosebank street ; h. 28 North George street 
Smith, James, of Smith, Laing, & Co., Tay grove, Newport 
Smith, James NicoU, of Henry Smith & Co., Ashwood, Harecraig 
Smith, Jas. S., wine and spirit merchant, 135 Hilltown ; A. 11 S. George st, 
Smith, James M., 1 St Johnswood terrace, Westpark road 
Smith, James S., of Charles Smith & Son, 67 Cowgate 
Smith, James, superintendent, Taybridge Station ; h. Station buildings 
Smith, James P., of J. P. Smith & Sons., Cullen villa, Westpark road 
Smith, James, teller, Clydesdale Bank ; h. 2 Panmure terrace 
Smith, James E., flax uispector, 10 Bain square ; h. 21 Dock street 
Smith, James, bootmaker, 195 Perth road ; h. 207 
Smith, James, china merchant, 5 and 7 Arbroath road ; A. 3 
Smith, James, boot salesman, 63 Murraygate 
Smith, James, tailor, 39 Dallfield terrace 
Smith, James, confectioner, 178 Blackness road 
Smith, James L., housefactor, 6 Kinloch street 
Smith, James, clerk, 88 Strathmartine road 
Smith, James, clerk, 108 Hilltown 
Smith, James, baker, 25 James street 
Smith, James, mechanic, 69 North Wellington street 
Smith, James, patternmaker, 38 Kincardine street 
Smith, James L., of Smith Brothers, 3 Vault 
Smith, James, joiner, 115 Blackscroft 

Smith, James, commission agent, 21 St Andrew's street ; h. 83 Albert st. 
Smith, James M., joiner, 90 Dura street 

Smith, James, draper's assistant, 28 William street, Forebank 
Smith, James, joiner, 59 Constable street 
Smith, James, carpenter, 6 Arthur street 
Smith, James, shiprigger, 35 Victoria road 
Smith, James, foreman blacksmith, Lilybank Foundry ; A. 15 Baffin st. 
Smith, Jane, teacher, Pleasance Works, Lochee road ; A. 10 Panmure st. 


Smith, Jessie, teacher, Brown Street Public School ; A. 10 Panmure st. 
Smith, J. C. , commission and insurance agent, 4 India buildings ; h. 6 

Tay terrace, N'ewI)ort 
Smith, John G., confectioner, 31 Union street and 121 Nethergate ; h. 

29 Union street 
Smith, John, of David Smith & Son, Airliemount, Alyth 
Smith, John M., commis. agent, 2 India buildings ; h. 110 Victoria road 
Smith, John, coal merchant, 28 Parker street ; h. 20 Cochrane street 
Smith, John, cask collector, 12 Hawkhill place 
Smith, John, mechanic, 6 Kinnaird street 
Smith, John, carpenter, 24 King's road 
Smith, John, grocer, 1 Annfield row ; h. 2 
Smith, John, confectioner, 169 Overgate 
Smith, John, shipmaster, 44 Annfield road 
Smith, John, carter, 79 Princes street 
Smith, John, bottler, 3 Castle lane 
Smith, John, blacksmith, 50 Dallfield walk 
Smith, John, ropemaker, 209 Hawkhill 
Smith, John, lapper, 15 Lawson place 
Smith, John, iron turner, 12 Victoria street 
Smith, John, carpenter, 129 Blackscroft 
Smith, Johnstone, carpenter, Stannergate 

Smith, Joshua, wine and spirit merchant, 35 Dudhopest. ; h. 10 Garland pi. 
Smith, J. & W., flax and jute waste merchants, 22 and 24 Exchange 

street ; office, Calcutta buildings, 26 Commercial street 
iSmith, J. Arbuthnott, agent, British Linen Co. Bank ; h. Linfield, W. Ferry 
Smith, J. & D., linen merchants and manufacturers, Clydesdale Bank 

buildings, 97 High street 
SMITH, J. P., & SONS, clothiers and outfitters, 78 High street. See Adv. 
(Smith, J. P., jun., of J. P. Smith & Sons, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Smith, Laing, & Co., flax and jute spinners, Russell Mills, by Cupar 

Fife ; office, 1 Royal Exchange place 
Smith, Margaret, stationer, 165 Hawkhill ; h. 6 Lowden's alley 
Smith, Margaret, 1 Viewforth place 

Smith, Mary J. P. , teacher, ClepingtonSch. , 31 N.Ellen st. ; h. 3Melroseter. 
Smith, Matthew, milloverseer, 22 Court street 
jSmith, Michael, coaldealer, 39^ Small's wynd ; h. 28 
pmith, Mitchell, wholesale provision merchant, 15 W. Dock st. ; A. 13 
;^mith, Mungo, of M. Smith & Son, 88 Strathmartine road 
Smith, M., & Son, provision dealers, 89 Hilltown 
i Smith, M.D., dressmaker, 238 Perth road 

i Smith, Peter, coaldealer, 6 North street ; h. 51 Strathmartine road 
ISmith, Peter, joiner, 11 Shepherd's loan 

Smith, Peter C., boot manufacturer, 29 Overgate ; h. 8 Park terrace 
iSmith, Peter, stevedore, 59 Dock street 
iSmith, Richard D., clerk, Magdalen place, Clepington road 
' Smith, Robert, of J. & W. Smith, 2 Panmure terrace 
Smith, Robert G., of T. & A. Smith, Taybrae cottage, Newport 
i Smith, Robert, solicitor and notary public, 24 Meadowside ; h, Bengarth 

house, Camphill, Broughty Ferry 
Smith, Robt. M'Euen, clerk, 67 Reform st. ; h. StRoque cot., W. Ferry 


Smith, Robert S., surveyor of stamps and taxes, 29 Bank street; h. 5 

Grange terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Smith, Robert, clerk. East Station ; h. 52 Watson street 
Smith, Robt. B. , grocer, wine and grain mer. , 92 Princes st. ; h. SWallace st. 
Smith, Robert, seaman, 16 Blyth street 
Smith, R. A., shipmaster, 8 Raton's lane 

Smith & Son, cabinetmakers, upholsterers, and undertakers, 132 Nether- 
gate and 164 Overgate 
Smith, Sylvester, mercht., 38 St Andrew's st. ; A. St Roque cot., W.Ferry 
Smith, Thomas, of Henry Smith & Co., Ashwood, Harecraig 
Smith, Thos., grocer and provision mer., 18 Alexander st. ; h. ISGIamis st. 
Smith, Thos. Y., wine and spirit mer., 60Rosebank st. ; h. 4 Garland pl. 
Smith, Thomas, shipmaster, 11 Crichton street 
Smith, Thomas, bottler, 24 Crichton street 

Smith, Thomas, cabhirer, 31 Ogilvie's road ; h. 87 Rosebank street 
Smith, Thomas, engineer, 12 Dundonald street 
Smith, Thomas, mechanic, 67 Alexander street 
Smith, Thomas, Thorn place, 239 Blackness road 
Smith, T. & A., cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 41 Nethergate 
Smith, T. H., Ashwood, Harecraigs 

Smith, William, & Co., manufacturers and merchants, 4 India buildings 

SMITH, WILLIAM, wine and malt liquor merchant, 5, 9, and 1 1 Vault ; 

and manager. Queen's Hotel; A.Binn cottage, 352 Perth rd. See Adv. 

Smith, Wm., boot manufacturer, 8 Bank st. ; h. Thistle cot., Downfield 
Smith, Wm., yarn and cloth merch., IRl. Exchangepl.; A. Ashbank,N'port 
Smith, William, hatter and hosier, 47 High st. ; h. Tay ter., E. Newport 

Smith, Rev. William, St Paul's Established Church ; h. 23 Sprmgfield 

Smith, William, compositor, 16 Speed's terrace 

Smith, William K., shorthand teacher, 19 Constitution road 

Smith, William, wine and spirit merch. , 37 Princes st. ; h. 1 Crescent lane 

Smith, William S., of Smith & Son, 11 Balfour street 

Smith, William, house proprietor, 118 Albert street ■ 

Smith, William A., mechanic, 26 Isles' lane 

Smith, William, mechanic, 215 Hilltown 

Smith, William, & Co., boiler and steampipe coverers, 44 Foiindry lane 

Smith, William, corkcutter, 156 Lochee road 

Smith, William J., shipmaster, 63 North Wellington street 

Smith, William, railway guard, 2 Annfield row 

Smith, William, mason, Kiiatore place, 63 Watson street 

Smith, William A., of Wm. Smith & Co., 35a Victoria street 

Smith, William, ironmonger's assistant, 35 Nethergate ; h. lORosefieldst. 

Smith, Wm. R. , manager, Lindsay St. Works ; h. Rustic pl. , 1 Dudhope st. 

Smith, Mrs Alexander, 11 Mid street 

Smith, Mrs Alexander, 13 Speed's terrace 

Smith, Mrs Alexander, 28 Thomson street 

Smith, Mrs David, 143 Nethergate 

Smith, Mrs David, 3 Vault 

Smith, Mrs Elizabeth, confectioner, 31 James street 

Smith, Mrs Fenton, School of Art Needlework and Ladies' Work Society, 
62 Commercial street 

Smith, Mrs John, 3 Erskine terrace, Maryfield 


Smith, Mrs John, 2 Panmure terrace 

Smith, Mrs Peter, Roseville, 285 Perth road 

Smith, Mrs R., furnishings, 207 Hawkhill 

Smith, Mrs Samuel, 26 Victoria street 

Smith, Mrs, 35 Lawrence street 

Smith, Miss A. B., family grocer, 77 Cowgate ; h. 61 

Smith, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, 8 Ferry road 

Smith, Miss Elizabeth, dress and mantle maker, 79 King street 

Smith, Miss Jane, 5 Stanley place. Step row 

Smith, Miss Rachel, 3 Blackness terrace 

SmoUta, Charles, spiritdealer's assistant, 157j Scouringbum 

Smyth, Alexander, housefactor, 3 Barrack street ; h. 35 Dallfield terrace 

Smyth, Thomas, confectioner, 16 Kinnaird street 

Smyth, Mrs Margaret, baker, 56 Ann street ; A. 16 Elizabeth street 

Snaddon, Paul, wine and spirit merch., 29 Ann st. ; h. 17 N. ■Wellington st. 

Snedden, William, butler, 10 Rosefield street 

Snell, Edmund, collector of H.M. Customs, Customhouse; h. 13 Castle 
terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Sommei-ville, Watt, & Co. , merchants and commis. agents, 30 Meadowside 

Sorlie, James, pavior, 20 Watson street 

Soutar, David, leathercutter, 20 Alexander street 

Soutar, David, mechanic. Blackness Foundry ; h. 79 Arbroath road 

Soutar, David, msurance agent, 17 Blackness street 

Soutar, D. B., millmanager, 14 Thomson street 

Soutar, Elizabeth, confectioner and tobacconist, 253 Hawkhill ; h. 249 

Soutar, George, greengrocer. Manor place, 209 Perth road ; h. 207 

Soutar, James, carpenter, 93 King street 

Soutar, James, mechanic, Douglas Foundry ; h. 109 Lochee road 

Soutar, John, millinery and drapery warehouse, 21 Princes street ; h. 
10 Maryfield terrace 

Soutar, John, ironturner, 14 Gardner's lane 

Soutar, John, jun., of George Petrie & Co., 18 Maryfield terrace 

Soutar, John, draughtsman. Ward Foundry ; h. 37 Rosebank road 

Soutar, John, greengrocer, 9 North Cliurch street 

Soutar, Peter A., milloverseer, 12 Lawrence street 

Soutar, Robert, furnitvire dealer, 155 Overgate ; h. 154 

Soutar, William F., of W. F. Soutar & Co., 10 Maryfield terrace 

Soutar, William, twinespinner, 201 Hilltown ; h. 125 

Soutar, W. F. , & Co. , merchants, 2 India buildings 

Soutar, Mrs Annie, lodgings, 32 Castle street 
■ Soutar, Mrs George, dressmaker, 6 Havelock place, Peddie street 

Soutar, Mrs M., house proprietor, 108 Seagate 

Soutar, Mrs Margaret, 13 North Church street 

Souter, Jedidiah, rope and twine manufacturer, 128 Blackness road ; 
h. 16 Annfield row 

Souter, Mrs George, laundress, 101 Peddie street 

Souter, Mrs James, furnished apartments, 17 Airlie place 

Souter, MrsMary,miIlinerandjuvenileoutfitter,43Reformst. ; A. 9 Parkpl, 

Souter, Mrs, 8 St Peter street 
i Souter, Miss C, 360 Perth road 

South Anchor Works, 42 W. Henderson's wynd ; A. & J. Adie, spinners 


South Dudliope Factory, 1 1 Smellie's lane ; Alexander Henderson, manuf . 

South Dudhope Mill, 50 W. Henderson's wynd ; Alex. Henderson, spinner 

South Mill, Guthrie street ; 0. G. Miller & Son, spinners 

Soutter, Mary Ann, dressmaker, 137 Victoria rd. ; A. Havercroft,Mains road 

Soutter, Samuel, rope and twine spinner, Havercroft Rope and Twine 

Works, Baldovan feus, top of Provost road 
Spain, Vice-consul for — I. Julius Weinberg, 13 Panmure street 
Spalding, Alexander, harbour porter, 98 Princes street 
Spalding, James, mechanic, 12 North Ellen street 
Spalding, Mrs A., 27 North Ellen street 
Spalding, Mrs David, 2 Kinnaird street 
Spalding, Mrs, washerwoman, 65 Alexander street 
Spankie, Alexander, factory overseer, 4 Id vies street 
Spankie, David, organist, 2 Blackness crescent 
Spankie, George, dresser, 20 Dens brae 

Spankie, Jas. M. , assessor of Income tax, 29 Bank st. ; h. 2 Blackness cres. 
Spankie, John, overseer, Rockwell Works ; h, 36 Hospital wynd 
Spankie, William, painter, 3 Blyth street 
Spark, James, clerk, 13 Albert street 

Sparks, Robert G. , clerk, Magdalen place, Clepington road 
Sparks, Mrs Barbara, lodgings, 133 Victoria road 
Speakman, James, of Hildesheim & Co. , 4 Craigiebank terrace 
Speed, Alex. , solicitor and notary public, 82 High st. ; h. Campbeltown pi. 
Speed, George, reed and camb manufacturer, 18 Kirk entry ; h. 3 Hilltown 
SPEED, JAMES G., wholesale and retail wine and spirit merchant, 51 and 

53 Commercial st. and 20 Seagate ; h. 94 Commercial st. See Adv. 
Speed, William, wine and spirit merchant, 169 to 173 Perth road; h. 

Campbeltown place 
Speedy, William, shipmaster, 2 Peter street 
Speedy, William, engineer, 31 Charles street 
Speirs, John, compositor, 43 Elizabeth street 
Spelman, Philip, prison warder, 7 Ireland's lane 

Spence, Alexander B., M.R.C.S.E., surgeon and dentist, 6 Shore terrace 
Spence, David, grocer and spiritdealer, 18 Dallfield walk ; h. 6 Perth rd. 
Spence, David, of J. & D. Spence, 2 Ann street 
Spence, George C, merchant, 21 Westfield place 
Spence, George, fruit merchant, 1 Union street ; h. 23 
Spence, George, mason, 6 Perth road 
Spence, George, gardener, 5 Springhill, Ferry road 
Spence, Henry, blacksmith, 128 Blackness road 

Spence, James, & Co. , drapers and silk mercers, 20 to 30 Reform street 
Spence, J. & D., drapers, clothiers, and hatters, 97, 99, and 101 Hilltown 
Spence, James, of J. & D. Spence, 101 Hilltown 
Spence, James, collector, 55 Arbroath road 
Spence, John, confectioner, 33 Union street ; h. 37 
Spence, Maxwell, tobacconist and stationer, 203 Perth road 
Spence, Robert, shipmaster, 87^ Blackscroft 
Spence, William, shipmaster, 2 Blackness crescent 
Spence, William, moulder, 54 Princes street 
Spence, Mrs, 12 Mid road 
Spence, Mrs, Coventrybank, Perth road 


Spencer, George, Customs officer, Salisbury place, 91 Arbroath road 
Spiers, Henry, joiner, 6 Balfour street 
Spiers & Pond, restaurateurs, Taybridge Station 
Spiller, William, grocer, 178 Ann street ; h. 176 
Spindler, James G. H., artist, 7 Ward road ; h. 17 Airlie place 
Spindler, Jane E., artist, 31 Reform street 
Spindler, John C, music teacher, 31 Reform street 
Spreull, Andrew, F.R.C. V.S., vet. surgeon, 39 Yeaman shore; h, 31 
Sprunt, John, draper, 12 Garland place 

Stalker, Alexander M., M.B., medical practitioner, 13 King street 
Stalker, George D., potato, vegetable, and fruit merchant, 35 and 36 

Dock street ; A. 13 West Dock street 
Stamps and Taxes Office, 31 Bank street 
STANDARD LIFE Assurance Company. See Adv. 
Standfield, J. W., pianoforte tuner and dealer, 71 Seagate 
Staniforth, R. J., potato merchant, 27 Lyon street 
Star Rubber Co., of Trenton, United States ; office, 26 New Inn entry 
Stark, Alex. L., auctioneer and valuator, 132 Murraygate ; h. Bro. Ferry 
Stark, David, milloverseer, Pleasance Works ; A. 15 Brewery lane 
Stark, James A., perfumer and hairdresser, 6 Queen's Hotel buildings, 

Nethergate ; h. 4 Garland place 
Stark, John, seaman, 4 Gellatly street 
Stark, Peter, carter, Logic Toll House, Lochee road 
Stark, Richard, grocer and spirit merchant, 173 and 175 Scouringburn ; 

h. 40 St Mary's place, Lochee road 
Stark, Mrs Annie, flesher, 15 Constitution street ; h. 2 Kinnaird street 
Starrs, William, milloverseer, 16 Crescent lane 
Starrs, Mrs George, manglekeejDer, 18 Dudhope Crescent road 
State, The, Steamship Co., Ltd. ; Geo. M'Gregor, 62 Commercial st. , agent 
Steedman, George, dairyman, 10 Malcolm street ; A. 2 
Steedman, James, currier, 161 Victoria road 

Steel, Alexander, landscape gardener, 12| Mortimer pi., Mortimer st. 
iSteel, E. B., tea merchant, 61 Overgate ; A. 4 Cliftonbank, Newport 
iSteel, James, tea merchant, 15 High street ; A. 3 Nelson terrace 
Steel, James, shore porter, 23 West Dock street 
Steel, James, salesman. Rustic place, 1 Dudhope street 
[Steel, John, clerk, 27 Bank street ; h. 118 Rosebank street 
ISteel, Niel, tea merchant, 61 Overgate ; A. 6 Prospect place 
iSteel, William, maiine engineer, 1 Shore terrace 
Steel, Mrs E. , hotelkeeper. Crown Hotel, 1 Shore terrace 
Steel, Mrs John, Victoria crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 
Steel, Mrs William, keeper. Thistle hall ; h. 58 Nethergate 
^teele, George M., clerk, 10 Garland place 
Steele, James T., oil and general broker, 11 Royal Exchange lane; h. 

Fowlis Easter 

Steele, Pedro B., oil merchant and drysalter, 41 Cowgate ; h. 5 Park ter. 
feteggall, J. E. A., professor of mathematics and natural philosophy, 

University College ; A. 4 Park place 
itenhouse, James, grocer, wine, and spirit merchant, 229 and 231 

Hawkhill; A. 204 
>tenhouse, Mrs, 6 Havelock place 


Stephen, Alexander, & Sons, iron and wood shipbuilders, Marine para is 

Stephen, Alexander, insurance agent, 38 Carmichael street 

Stephen, Andrew H. (tanner), of Alexander Stephen & Sons, Williim 

Stephen & Sons, and Wm. Stephen & Co. ; A. Helenslea, Bro. Feiry 
Stephen, Rev. Charles, A.M., assistant, St Paul's Established Churc[i ; 

h. Bright cottage, Maryfield 
Stephen, David, late boilermaker, 20 Dura street ' 

Stephen, Geo. , & Son, iron and steel merchs. , general ironmongers, and mill 

furnishers, 29 Castle street ; warehouses, Doig's court and Castle court 
Stephen, James, grocer, 39 Stirling street 
Stephen, James, dresser, 3 Wolseley street 
Stephen, John, blacksmith, 4 Kinnaird street 
Stephen, Peter, mechanic, 26 Alexander street 
Stephen, Robert, boilermaker, 86 Albert street 

Stephen, Wm. ,& Sons, tanners and curriers, Arctic Tannery, Marine parade 
Stephen, Wm. , & Co., seal and whale oil mers. Arctic Yard, Marine parade 
Stephen, William, of Alex. Stephen & Sons, William Stephen & Sons, 

and William Stephen & Co.; h. Helenslea, Broughty Ferry 
Stephen, William, jun. (shipbuilder), of Alex. Stephen & Sons, William 

Stephen & Sons, and Wm. Stephen & Co. ; h. Helenslea, Bro. Ferry 
Stephen, William W. , of Fergusson & Stephen, 4 St Johnswood terrace, 

Westpark road 
Stephen, Mrs A., 43 Union street 

Stephen, Mrs George, 1 Somerville place i 

Stephen, Misses, music teachers, 104 Commercial street \ 

Stephens, John G. , manager, Anchor Line office, 1 Panmure st. ; A.BarnMll 
Stephenson, William, builder and contractor, 50 North Lindsay street; 

h. 5 Park terrace 
Steven, Alexander, mechanic, 3 Glebe street 
Steven, Alexander, clerk, 28 North George street 
Steven, David, & vSons, waste merchants, Raglan street 
Steven, James, coal merchant, 32 Castle street ; h. 83 Rosebank street 
Steven, James, Salisbury place, 89 Arbroath road 
Steven, James, boilermaker, 59 Lilybank road 
Steven, Peter, F.R.C.S.E., medical practitioner, 11 Tay square 
Steven, Peter, joiner, 16 Malcolm street 

Steven, Robert, china merchant, 47 Hawkhill ; h. 35 Hunter street 
Steven, Robert, of Rollo & Steven, 9 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Steven, William, flesher, 58 Blackscroft anct 80 Dura street ; h. Gibson 

terrace, Maryfield 
Steven, Mrs E., tea, wine, and spirit mer., 38 Mains rd.; h. 25 Mid rd. 
Stevens, Mrs R. , dressmaker, 35 Alexander street 
Stevenson, Alexander P., of A. & J. Stevenson, 31 Reform street 
Stevenson, A. & J., bookbinders, 10 New Inn entry 
STEVENSON BROTHERS, dyers and cleaners, Dundee Dye Works, 222 

Hilltown ; receiving offices, 88 Murraygate and 14 Perth rd. See Adv. 
Stevenson, Francis, & Sons, yarn and cloth d5'ers and finishers, Lawside 

Dye Works, Coldside ; office, 30 Meadowside 
Stevenson, Francis, of Francis Stevenson & Sons, 1 Nelson ter. , Nelson st. 
Stevenson, Frank, jun., of Francis Stevenson & Sons, 1 Nelson terrace 
Stevenson, George, of George Stevenson & Co., 1 Woodville place 


Stevenson, George, & Co., carpet and matting manufacturers, dyers, 

and finishers, Ancrum Works 
Stevenson, George, pawnbroker, 130 Hilltown and 1 Rosebank street ;• 

h. Victoria chambers, 14 Victoria road 
Stevenson, Geo. , com. traveller, Ladybank Leather Works ; h. 7 Baffin st.. 
Stevenson, George, frviiterer, 165 Hilltown ; h. 194 
STEVENSON, JAMES, & CO., dyers and finishers, Forebank Dye Works,. 

A^'ictoria road. See Adv. 
Stevenson, James, agent for William Mackenzie, publisher, 14 Union 

street ; h. \0 Airlie terrace 
Stevenson, James M., of A. & J. Stevenson, 10 Forfar road 
Stevenson, James, of Stevenson Brothers, 1 Nelson terrace. Nelson street 
Stevenson, Jas.,of Jas. Stevenson & Co., Oak lodge, 69 Constitution road. 
Stevenson, James, of George vStevenson & Co. , 1 Woodville place 
Stevenson, James, packer, 1 North William street 

Stevenson, John, of Stevenson Brothers, 1 Nelson terrace, Nelson street 
Stevenson, John, joiner, 3 Paradise road 
Stevenson, John, tobaccospinner, 22 Barrack street 
Stevenson, John, lapper, 4 Baffin street 

Stevenson, Laurence, bu.ilder, 1 Nelson terrace. Nelson street 
Stevenson, Martin, engineer, 40 Princes street 
Stevenson, R. M., pianotuner, 2 Ford's lane 

Stevenson, Thomas, boot salesman, 21 Overgate ; A. 1 5 Blackness street 
Stevenson, William G., bookbinder, 19 High street ; h. 172 Hawkhill 
Stevenson, William G., clerk, 312 Perth road 
Stevenson, William, overseer, 18 Lawson place 
Stevenson, Mrs John, 49 Seafield road 
STEWART, ALEXANDER, wine and export merchant, 50 Castle street and 

2 to 8 Exchange street ; h. Vicarsford, West Ferry. See Adv. 
\ Stewart, Alexander, joiner and builder, 9 Sea wynd ; h. 1 Gowrie street 
Stewart, Alexander, butcher, 26 Polepark road ; h. 2 Lawrence street 
Stewart, Alex., smallwares and trimming mei-. , 61 Wellgate ; h. 9Ellen st. 
Stewart, Alexander, of Stewart & Co., 2 High street 
Stewart, Alexander, houseagent, 55 Victoria road 
Stewart, Alexander, joiner, 177 Victoria road 
Stewart, Alexander, fireman, 8 Benvie road 
Stewart, Alexander M. , clerk, 87 King street 
Stewart, Alexander, 29 Bank street 
Stewart, Alexander, cooper, 108 Strathmartine road 
Stewart, Alexander, coachman, 8 Malcolm street 
Stewart, Alexander, tailor, 68 Strathmartine road 
Stewart, Allan, clerk, 11 King's road 

Stewart, Andrew A. , of Robertson & Stewart, 9 Viewforth street 
Stewart, Andrew, porter, 10 South George street 

i Stewart, Andrew, sub-editor, 7 Bank street ; h. Links place, B. Ferry 
Stewart Brothers, manufacturers, Kinnaird Works, 38 Ogilvie's road 
Stewart, Charles, of Stewart Brothers, manufacturers, 6 Constitution ter. 
Stewart, Charles, woollen warehouseman, Victoria cres. , 1 Lamb's lane 
Stewart, Charles, clerk, 2 Kinnaird street 

Stewart, Charles, tobacconist, 134 Overgate ; h. 5 Brown street 
Stewart, Charles, tenter, 79 Hospital wynd 


Stewart, Charles M., clerk, Town Chamberlain's Oifice ; h. 16Roslin 

Stewart & Co., tailors and clothiers, 2 High street 

Stewart, David, solicitor, 61 Reform street ; h. 6 Constitution terrace 

Stewart, David, grocer and wine mer.,109Nethergate; A.63 Constitution td. 

Stewart, David Gordon, solicitor and notary public, lOMeadowside ; A, 

Falcon villa. West Ferry | 

Stewart, David, wine merchant, 59 Overgate and 1 Barrack street ; h. 

5 Westfield avenue 
Stewart, David, & Co., iron merchants, 74 Commercial street 
Stewart, David, of D. Stewart & Co. , 36 Small's wynd 
Stewart, David, teller, Royal Bank, Castle street ; h. 4 Park terrace 
Stewart, David, clerk. Trades Lane Calender ; h. 8 Paton's lane 
Stewart, David R. , manager, carpet depart. , Seafield Wks . ; A. SViewf orth pi. 
Stewart, David, grocer, 143 Perth road ; h. 1 Pennycook lane 
Stewart, David M., shorthand teacher, 2 Dudhope Crescent road 
Stewart, David, fish merchant, 110a Princes street; h. 1 Church street 
Stewart, David, coal merchant, 31 Kiacardine street ; h. 19 Peddie st 
Stewart, David, secretary, Samnuggur Jute Factory Co. , 84 Commercial 

street ; h. Hillbank, Monifieth 
Stewart, David, engine pattern and model maker, 13 Glebe street 
Stewart, David, slatei', 48 Hill street 

Stewart, David, plasterer, 6 Annfield row ' 

Stewart, David, flaxdresser, 63 Crescent lane 
Stewart, Donald, of J. & D. Stewart, 63 Constitution road 
Stewart, Duncan, patternmaker, 15a Victoria street 
Stewart, Duncan, teacher, Rosebank School ; h. 22 Rosebank street 
Stewart, Francis, coal merchant, 55a Watson street ; h. 45 Crescent street 
Stewart, George, house proprietor, 9 Westfield place 
Stewart, George, of John Stewart & Sons, Alexandra cottage, B. Ferry 
Stewart, George, draper, 3 Milnbank road 
Stewart, George, of Watson & Stewart, 43 Dallfield terrace 
Stewart, Hugh, colBfeehouse keeper, 1 Larch st.; A. 12^ Mortimer street 
Stewart, Hugh, jun., hairdx'esser, 9 Ann street ; h. 12^ Mortimer street 
Stewart, Isabella, draper and hardware merchant, 131 Nethergate 
Stewart, James A., of Stewart Brothers, manufr., 6 Constitution terrace 
Stewart, Jas., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 197 Hilltown; h. Victoria 

crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 
Stewart, James, shipchandler, tankmaker, ironm. , plumber, brassf ounder, 

tin and copper smith, 5 Gellatly street ; h. Cedarlea cot. , B. Ferry 
Stewart, James, collector, Tay Ferries 

Stewart, James, agent, 74 Commercial street ; h, 29 Crescent street 
Stewart, James Farquharson, Advertiser office ; A. 2 Windsor place 
Stewart, James, coachman, 104 Ferry road 
Stewart, James, coal merchant, 16 Peddie street ; A. 9 
Stewart, James, cormnission merchant, 180 Hawkhill; A 172 
Stewart, James, grocer, 41 Nelson street ; A. 27 
Stewart, James, clerk, 4 Park terrace 
Stewart, James, 7 Somerville place 
Stewart, James C, merchant, Baltic buildings 
Stewart, James, dyer, 9 Thomson street 
Stewart, James, saddler, Salem street 


Stewart, James, joiner, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
Stewart, James, waiter, 10 Wilkie's lane 
Stewart, James, calenderer, 10 South George street 
Stewart, John, & Sons, nurserymen, seedsmen, and florists, 16 Reform st. 
Stewart, John A. , portrait painter, 65 Nethergate ; h. West Newport 
Stewart, John, house and insur. agent, 74 Commercial st. ; h. 40 North st. 
Stewart, John D. , grocer and wine mer. , 160 Ann st. ; A. 193 Blackness rd. 
Stewart, John, fruit and potato merchant, 37 Victoria road ; h. Ella. 

cottage, 44 Caldrum street 
STEWART, Dr JOHN, P.C.D.S., dental surgeon, 3 South Lindsay street ; 

h. 25 Nethergate. See Adv. 
Stewart, John, of J. & D. Stewart, 14 South Wellington street 
Stewart, John, clerk, 23 Victoria street 
Stewart, John, of Henderson & Co., 3 South Tay street 
Stewart, John, innkeeper, Eagle Inn, 108 Murragate 
Stewart, John, clerk, 9 a. Victoria street 

Stewart, John, evangelist. Catholic Apostolic Ch.; h. 1 Blackness crescent 
Stewart, John, joiner, 16 Annfield street 
Stewart, John R. hacklemaker, 4 South Wellington street 
Stewart, John, confectioner, 47 Lochee road 
Stewart, John, mechanic, 9a Victoria street 
Stewart, John, joiner, 7 Balfour street 
Stewart, John, mechanic, 15 Clepington street 

Stewart, J. & A. , mahogany & veneer mers. , 39 Small's wynd, and Glasgow 
Stewart, J. & D., joiners, 6 South George street 
Stewart, Mary, fruiterer, 45 Overgate ; A. 24 Crichton street 
Stewart, Peter, japanner and painter, 108 Murraygate ; A. 12 Dallfield ter. 
Stewart, Peter, draper, Thorn place, 237 Blackness road 
Stewart, Peter, house proprietor, 6 Park terrace 
Stewart, Peter, blacksmith, 8 Pole street 
Stewart, Peter F., tenter, 9 Glamis street 
Stewart, Peter, stationer, 63 Caldrum street 
Stewart, Richard, jeweller, 3 Mitchell street 

Stewart, Robert, shoemaker, 65a Lochee road ; h. 9 Cochrane street 
Stewart, Robert, clerk, Salem street 
Stewart, Robert D., tailor, 1 Peter street 
Stewart, Robert, seaman, 95 Blackscroft 
Stewart, Robert, foreman shipwright, 11 Bafiin street 
Stewart, Thomas, coffeehouse keeper, 234 Hawkhill ; h. 1 Annfield st. 
Stewart, Thomas, sawmiller, Beaconsfield place, 110 Victoria road 
Stewart, Thomas, joiner, 8 Graham place 
iStewart, Thomas, 11 Mid street 

iStewart, Thomas H., hairdresser, 3S Victoria road ; h. 34 
Stewart, Thomas, grocer and provision merchant, 45 Union street; h. 
\ Garfield place, 53 Hawkhill 

'Stewart, William, grocer and wine merchant, 65 King st. ; h. 28 King st. 
Stewart, William, bootmaker, 36 Overgate ; h. 7 Ward road 
Stewart, William, Magdalen place, Clepington road 
Stewart, William, factory overseer, 131 Ann street 
Stewart, William, carver and gilder, 246^ Hilltown ; h. 233 
Stewart, William, moulder, 31 Annfield road 


Stewart, William, salesman, 16 South Lindsay street 

.Stewart, William, grocer, 65 Ure street 

Stewart, William, coachman, 11 Tay Street lane 

Stewart, William P., draper, 109 Murraygate ; h. 12 King street 

Stewart, W. R., hacklemaker, 59 Cotton road ; h. 4 S. Wellington street 

Stewart, Mrs Ann, 54 Bell street 

Stewart, Mrs C. , 3 Roslyn terrace 

Stewart, Mrs David, 1 Westfield avenue 

Stewart, Mrs David, 18 Mortimer street 

Stewart, Mrs David, 1 Dalhousie terrace 

Stewart, Mrs David, 98 Princes street 

Stewart, Mrs Duncan, dairykeeper, 67 Hawkhill ; h. 7 Balfour street 

Stewart, Mrs James, wine and spirit merchant, 21 Lochee road ; h. 2 
Dudhope Crescent road 

Stewart, Mrs James, confectioner, 40 South Tay street ; h. 42 

Stewart, Mrs Jane, dressmaker, 13 Tindal's wynd 

Stewart, Mrs John A., lodgings, 31 Reform street 

Stewart, Mrs John, newsagent, 53 Watson street ; h. 45 

Stewart, Mrs J., grocer, 180 Hawkhill ; h. 172 

Stewart, Mrs Sinclair, matron. East Poorhouse 

Stewart, Mrs Wm., grocer, 17 St Salvador st. ; h, 69 N. Wellington st, 

Stewart, Mrs, confectioner, 8 Annfield row 

Stewart, Mrs W., grocer, 14 Bell street ; h. 16 

Stewart, Mrs, 2 Isla street 

Stewart, Mrs, 25 Barrack street 

Stewart, Mrs, lodgings, 103 Overgate 

Stewart, Mrs, 9 Forebank road 

Stewart, Miss Ann, 22 Fleuchar street 

Stewart, Miss Ann, laundress, 60 Constable street 

Stewart, Miss C, 42 Scouringbum 

Stewart, Miss Jane, underclothing and babylinen warehouse, 64 Nether- 
gate ; h. 3 Mountpleasant 

Stewart, Miss L. D., milliner, 302 Perth road 

Stewart, Miss Margaret, vintner, 20 St Clement's lane 

Stewart, Miss, furniture dealer, 10 Hunter street 

Stiles, Robert, organist and pianoforte dealer, 8 Panmure street 

Stirling, David, mason, 26 Strathmartine road 

Stirling, George, factory manager, Wallace Works ; h. 22 Victoria st, 

Stirling, James, clerk, 4 Constitution street 

Stirton, Adam Hill, bonnetshape maker, 82 High street ; h. 3 Park ter. 

Stirton, Thos. S. , clerk, Scott St. Wks. ; h. Washington bldgs., 1 Corsost, 

Stirton, Wm.,bootmkr., 230 Blackness rd.; A. Washington bldgs.jlCorsost. 

Stirton, William, carter, 17 Glebe street 

Stirton, William, tenter, 31 Mains street 

Stirton, Miss M., dressmaker, Ellen place, 27 Lyon street 

Stiven, Alexander, clerk, 28 North George street 

Stiven, Alexander W., of W. & A. W. Stiven, Binnericht, 368 Perth rd. 

Stiven, David, patternmaker, 84 Commercial street 

Stiven, Edward B., flax and yarn merchant, 3 Coupar's alley ; h. Bella 
Vista cottage, 229 Perth road 

Stiven, Henry P., of W. & H. P. Stiven, Binnericht, 368 Perth road 


Stiven, James, engineers' factor and millfurnisher, 7 Royal Exchange 

lane, and Scotscraig. Mill, Tayport ; h. 33 Seafield road 
Stiven, Peter, merchant, 3 Coupar's alley 
STIVEN, ROBERT, & CO., mill, factory, and engineers' furnishers, Gowan's 

court, 21 North Tay street. See Adv. 
Stiven, William, of W. & H. P. Stiven, Binnericht, 368 Perth road 
Stiven, William, of W. & A. W. Stiven, Roseleigh, West Ferry 
Stiven, William, harbour porter, 40 Kemback street 
Stiven, W. & A. W., accountants, 61 Reform street 
Stiven, W. & H. P. , merchants and commis. agents, 65 Commercial st. 
Stiven, Mrs Robert, 9 Springfield 
Stobbie, James, currier, 34 Carmichael street 

Stobie, Thos. , ironmonger, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 35 King street ; h. 39 
Stobbie, Thomas, stationer, 183 Perth road 
Stocks, David, brace and belt manufacturer, 130 and 132 Princes street ; 

h. 9 Graham place 
Stocks, .James, fruiterer and confectioner, 14 Hilltown ; h. 20 
STOCKS, THOS. C.,joiner,26and28Crescentlane; A. 1 Kemback St. ^eeAdv, 
Stoddart, Mrs Susan, 3 Constitution street 
Stone, Mrs, grocer, 8 Temple lane 
Stoole, Alexander, teacher of music, 1 Bank street 
Stoole, James, patternmaker, 68 North Church street 
Stoole, James, musician, 1 Bank street 
Stoole, Miss, dressmaker, 115 Murray gate 
Stormont, David W., blacksmith, 31 Baxter street 
Stormont, Mrs John, laundress, 1 Watt street 
Stormont, Mrs, manglekeeper, 10 Mortimer street 
Storrar, Mary, milliner, 18 Ferry road 
Storrar, Wm. M., saddler, trunk and portmanteau maker, 30 High street, 

and 130 Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; h. 4 Castle ten, Bro. Ferry 
Storrie, David, of Storrie & Murray, 4 Park tei-race 
Storrie & Murray, seed merchants and florists, 96 Nethergate 
Storrie, Peter C. , brewer, 32^ King st. ; h. Hopbank, 33 Magdalen Yard rd. 
Storrier, Allan, slater and slate merchant, 241 Hilltown, and at Newport 

and Tayport ; h. 9 Main street 
Storrier, Andrew, engineer, 17 Crichton street 
Storrier, Brough, & Co., spinners and manufacturers, Taybank Works ; 

office, Victoria chambers, 12 Victoria road 
Storrier, Charles, mason, 31 North street 
Storrier, James, mason, 13 North George street 

Storrier, P. L., of Storrier, Brough, & Co., Airliebank, 11 Perth road 
Storrier, Robert, mason, 31 North street 
Storrier, Robert, blacksmith, 10 Bell street 
Storrier, Thomas Y., clerk, Airliebank, 11 Perth road 
Storrier, William, slater, 12 Carmichael street 
Storrier, Mrs, 1 Westfield lane 
Stott, James, & Co., hatters and ostrich feather dressers, 44 Wellgate 

and 50 King street 
Stott, James, of James Stott & Co. , 26|- Forfar road 
STOTT, JOSEPH, joiner and funeral undertaker, 8 Crescent lane ; h. 21 

Albert street See Adv. 


Strachan, Alex. I. , clerk, Gas Commrs. ' office ; h. 32 Dudhope Crescent rd. 

Strachan, Alexander, spirit merchant, 22a Small's wynd ; h. 49 

Strachan, Alexander, gardener, 13 Stirling street 

Strachan, Alexander M. , draper, 9 Airlie terrace 

Strachan, Andw. , teacher, Dens Works School ; h. Plean cot. , Shamrock st. 

Strachan, Chas. ,rope and twine spinner, 128 Blackness rd. ; A. 9 Peddle st. 

Strachan, Charles, seaman, 41 Caldrum street 

Strachan, David, seaman, 48 Constable street 

Strachan, David, 34 Stanley place. Step row 

Strachan, Elliot, manager, Nelson Street Factory ; h. 14 Annfield street 

Strachan, George, tobacconist, 38 Blackscroft 

Strachan, James, clerk, Jaff6 Brothers & Co. ; h. Roseville, Stannergate 

Strachan, James, draughtsman, 7 William street, Forebank 

Strachan, James J., saddler, 51 Lochee road 

Strachan, James, contractor, 2 Ogilvie's road 

Strachan, James, milloverseer, 33 North Wellington street 

Strachan, James, overseer, 35 Kincardine street 

Strachan, JohnR. , sorting-clerk, and telegraphist, Post Office; 7t. 48 Union st. 

Strachan, John, insurance agent, 100 Hawkhill 

Strachan, John, mechanic, 16 Strathmartine road 

Strachan, John, house proprietor, 5 Balfour street 

Strachan, Kinmond, & Co., calenderers. East Port Calender, 100 Cowgate 

Strachan, Peter, grocer, 2 Alexander street ; h. 35 N.Wellington street 

Strachan, Robert, carpenter, 26 Alexander street 

Strachan, Thomas, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 177 Princes st. ; h. 197 

Strachan, William, tenter. Thorn place, 237 Blackness road 

Strachan, William, housefactor, 12 Pitfour street 

Strachan, William, porter, 55 Victoria street 

Strachan, Mrs, 25 Albert street 

Strachan, Mrs, 3 Bruce street 

Strain, James, lodgings, 4 Fish street 

Strathem, David, grocer and wine mer. , 144 Perth rd.; h. 4 Easson's angle 

Strathem, John, wholesale provision merchant, 53 Yeaman shore ; h. 

Campbeltown place, Hawkhill 
Straton, William, restaurateur and wine merchant, 18 Refonn st. ; h. 20 
Stratton, Andrew, feuar, 17 Hop street 
STRATTON, DAVID, coach proprietor, 60 Seagate, and spirit merchant, 

42 Overgate ; h. 113 Ferry road. See Adv. 
Stratton, William, pawnbroker, 7 New Inn entry ; h. 64 Nethergate 
Stratton, William, broker, 275 Hawkhill ; h. 6 Tait's lane 
Stretch, Walter, confectioner, 125 Lochee road 
Strong, William, & Co., commission merchants, 20 Dock street 
Strong, W. & S., wme and spirit merchants, and shipstore dealers, 34 

Dock street 
Strong, Wni., of W. & S. Strong, and W. Strong &Co., 30 Magdalen Yard rd. 
Strong, William, spirit merchant's assistant, 8 Eliza street 
Strong, Miss, 21 Springfield 
Stronner, David, porter, 61 Murray gate 
Stronner, James M'Kinlay, restaurateur and wine merchant, 14 Princes 

street ; h. 5 Tay terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Stronner, Robert, harbour porter, 1 Harriet street 


Stronner, Mrs David, 25 Robertson street 

Stuart, George, bandmaster, Fife Light Horse ; h. Rustic pi. , 1 Dudhope st. 

Stuart, James, M.A., teacher, West-End Academy ; h. 42 St Mary's pi. 

Stuart, James, beltmaker, 11 Kincardine street 

Stuart, James, lime, coal, and quarrymaster, 45 Yeaman shore ; h. Denny 

Stuart, John, cashier to William Arrol & Co., 49 Magdalen green ; h 3 

Viewforth place 
Stuart, John, joiner. West Henderson's wynd ; h. 4 Havelock place 
Stuart, Mary, milliner and dressmaker, 47 Victoria road ; A. 49 
Stuart, Mary Ann, dressmaker, 2 Easson's angle 
Stuart, Moody, & Robertson (Moody Stuart & Robertson), chartered 

accountants, 9a Ward road 
Stuart, Peter, cab proprietor, Rosefield place, 179 Blackness road 
Stuart, P. A., clerk, Forebank Works ; h. 24 Thomson street 
Stuart, Robert Moody, of Moody Stuart & Robertson, 1 Westfield terrace 
Stuart, William, brewer, St Mary's terrace 
Stuart, William G., milloverseer, 11 Well road, Butterbum 
Stuart, Mrs, Fernbank, Logic 
STUBBS' MERCANTILE OFFICES, Trade Auxiliary Co. Ltd, 84 Commercial 

street ; William M. Archibald, manager. See Adv. 
Sturdie, Miss Mary, milliner, 201 Perth road 

Sturrock, Alex., gymnastic and calisthenic instructor, 193 Blackness rd. 
Sturrock, Alexander, shipjoiner, 26 Bell street 

StmTock, Archibald W. , Savings Bank; h. IBalgilloter., Broughty Ferry 
Sturrock, Beatrice, mantlemaker, 3 Craig street 

Sturrock, Charles, farmer and dairyman, 2 Dens street ; h. Ballumbie 
Sturrock, George, clerk, 31 Step row 

Sturrock & Grant, merchants and manufacturers, Laing Street Works 
Sturrock, James, mechanic, 48 Wellgate 
Sturrock, James, hairdresser, 196 Seagate 
Sturrock, James, dyer, 28 Lawson place 
Sturrock, James, mechanic, 1 North William street 
Sturrock, James, jotaer, 87^ Blackscroft 
jSturrock, John D., commission agent, 23 St Andrew's street ; Ji. 4 Louise 

terrace. West Ferry 
Sturrock, John, engineer surveyor, Lloyd's Register, 54 Commercial 

street ; h. Rustic place, 63 Constitution road 
Sturrock, John, painter, 14 Lawrence street 
Sturrock, John D., upholsterer, 47 Annfield road 
Sturrock, John, overseer, 17 Blackness street 
turrock, Robert, actuary, Savings Bank, and secretary to the Chamber 
of Commerce, 2 Euclid street ; A. 1 Balgillo terrace, Broughty Ferry 
turrock, Robert, tailor, 48 Crescent lane 
turrock & Sherriff, builders, Dudhope Crescent road 
iturrock,Thos.,oilmer. andmillfumisher, 23Panmurest. ; h. 7StPeterst. 
turrock, William, of Sturrock & Grant, 3 Duntrune ter.. West Ferry 
turrock, William, ironturner, 2 Lawrence street 
Sturrock, William, hairdresser, 7 Charles street ; h. 17 Cowgate 
Sturrock, Mrs James, 16 Forebank road 
^turrock, Mrs Maggie, lodgings, Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 
Sturrock, Mrs, 26 Pitfour street 



Stuthers, John, dyer, 34 Mains road 

Sullivan, Patrick, bootmaker, 18^ James street 

Summers, Alexander, calenderer, 14 Arthur street 

Summers, Henry, coaldealer, 1 Raglan street ; h. 47 Albert street 

Summers, Richard, draper's assistant, 1 Westfield avenue 

SUN FIEE OFFICE ; D. Scott Fergusson, Union Bank, agent. See Adv. 

Sumiey, Daniel, grocer, 104 Blacksci-oft ; h. 106 

Sunney, Margaret, manglekeeper, 76 Constable street 

Sunnie, James, wine and spirit merchant, 34 Westport ; A. 17 Park place 

Sunter, Robert, bootmaker, 55 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Surveyor of Taxes ; office, 29 Bank street 

Sutherland, Alex. M., goods foreman, Taybridge Station h. ; 130 Seagate 

Sutherland, Andrew, leathercutter, 4 Arthur street 

Sutherland, James, & Co., horsenail, rivet, and heel and toe plate manu- 
facturers, 23 Dudhope street 

Sutherland, .James, of James Sutherland & Co. , 4 Mid street 

Sutherland, John, joiner, 6 Polepark road 

Sutherland, John, carpenter, 48 Constable street 

Sutherland, Robert, bootfinisher, 71 Constable street 

Sutherland, Mrs J., boot and shoe warehouse, 112 Hawkhill ; A. 114 

Sutherland, Mrs J., apartments, 74 Commercial street 

Suttie, David, mechanic, 7 Parker street | 

Suttie, Ceorge, contractor, 5 Glebe street 

Suttie, John, mason, 2 Ogilvie's road 

Suttie, John, 67 Seagate 

Suttie, William, bathman. Public Baths ; h. 104 Ann street 

Sutton, Alexander, grocer, 87 Peddle street 

Sutton & Co. , general carriers ; James Cant, 26 Greenmarket, agent 

Sutton, Nathaniel L., mantlemaker, 1 Wellgate and 2 Cowgate ; A. 123 
Victoria road 

Swan, Alexander, printer. Advertiser office ; h. 9 Viewforth street 

Swan, James, shipmaster, 73 North Church street 

Swan, John, hairdresser, 7 William street, Forebank 

Swan, Robert, joiner, 8 Graham place 

Swan, Thomas W., printer, 31 Hawkhill 

Swan, William, carpenter, 2 North street 

Swan, Mrs, 5 Park terrace 

Swanston, Mrs, superintendent, "The Home," 23 Raton's lane 

Sweeney, Daniel, bandmaster, D.H.R.V., 2 Rosefield street 

Sweeney, William, grocer and spiritdealer, 11 Arthur street ; h. 26 

Sweeney, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 168 Blackness road 

Swinton, Thomas, coachbuilder, 17 Small's wynd and Queen's Hotel 
buildings ; A. 18 Park wynd 

Swinton, Thomas, jun., coachbuilder, 1 Mountpleasant 

Sword, Charles, sorting- clerk. Post Office ; h. bl Crescent street 

Sword, George, factory overseer, 2 Melrose terrace 

Sword, George, cloth measurer, 25 Langlanda street 

Sword, John, cabhirer, 21 Back street 

Sword, John, fitter, 10 Cotton road 

Sword, Robert C, engineer, 89 Arbroath road 

Sword, William, seaman, 16 Hill street 


Sword, Mrs, cowfeeder, 21 Back street 

Sydenham, John, cook and confectioner, 3 Dock st. ; h. 51 Yeaman shore 
Sydie, David, tinsmith and gasfitter, 6 Johnston's lane ; h. 5 
Sydie, George, baker, 67 Arbroath road 
Sydie,. Peter, shipwright, 13 Robertson street 
Symers, James, clerk, 59 Dock street ; h. 20 Peddie street 
Symers, Miss, St Helen's, Perth road 
Symmers, Alexander, sawmiller, 15 Caldrum street 
Symon, Henry, ironturner, 8 Graham place 
Symon, James, warehouseman, 20 Fleuchar street 
Symons, Richard, calenderer, 19 Hill street 

Tait, Alexander, blacksmith, 209 Lochee road 

■Tait, James, landscape gardener, 37 Tait's lane 

Tait, James, seaman's missionary, 24 Thomson street 

Tait, James, bookseller and stationer, 43 Wellgate 

Tait, James, warehouseman, 15 South Ellen street 

Tait, John, sorting-clerk and telegraphist, Post Office ; h. 24 S. Lindsay st. 

Tait, John, packer, Dens Works ; A. 34 William street, Forebank 

Tait, John, drill instructor, 1st F.R.V., Drill hall; h. Barracks 

Tait, J. & D. A., manufacturing chemists, 62 Commercial street, and 

Glasgow ; Joseph Brand, agent 
Tait, Robert, joiner and cabinetmaker, 18 Paterson street 
Tait, Robert, ironturner, 10 Roslin terrace 
Tait, William, dealer in old bonded whiskies, 68 Hawkhill ; A. Glenagnes 

cottage. Blackness road 
Tait, William, seed merchant, 30a Long wynd ; h. 32 Ann street 
Tait, William, seaman, 29 Charles street 
Tait, William, calenderworker, 22 Dens brae 
Talbert, James, invalid, 7 Janefield place, Maryfield 
Tarbet, James, manager, 1 East Henderson's wynd ; A. 132 Hawkhill 
Tarbat, Mrs, 7 South Ellen street 
Tarbet, Alexander, tenter, 4 Mortimer street 
Tarbet, David, 223 Hilltown 

Tarbet, James, wine and spirit merchant, 31 Overgate ; h 12 Bank street 
Tarbet, James, mechanic, 11 Kincardine street 
Tarbet, Jessie, 19 Constitution street 
Tarbet, Robert, publishing agent, 35 Cowgate 
Tasker, David, builder, Bonnybank road ; h. 210 Hilltown 
Tasker, Mrs, grocer, 7 Tannadice street 
Taws, David, seaman, 4 Fairley place, Clepington road 
Taws, James, feuar, 108 Hilltown 

Tawse, James, of Brown & Tawse, 3 Prospect terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Tay Ferries Station, Craig pier, South Union street ; John Methven, 

superintendent ; James F. Stewart, collector 
Tay Shipbuilding Co., Marine parade 

Tay Whale Fishing Co., oil manufacturers and refiners, East Whale lane 
Tay Works, 2 Lochee road ; Gilroy, Sons, & Co., manufacturers 
Taybank Works, Arbroath road ; Storrier, Brough, & Co. , manufrs. 
Tajrfield Works, Seafield lane ; H. & A. Scott, linen manufacturers 
Taylor, Agnes, provision dealer, 1 Charles street 


Taylor, Alexander, foreman shuttlemaker, 24 Ogilvie's road 

Taylor, Alexander W., clerk, Parochial Board office ; h. 3 Laing street 

Taylor, Andrew, & Co., manufacturers of hemp and jute carpets, matt- 
ings, &c., Forebank Works, 15 Forebank road 

Taylor, Andrew, of Andrew Taylor & Co., 3 Dalhousie terrace, W. Ferry 

Taylor, Archibald, waiter, 24 Kincardine street 

TAYLOR, A. & G., photographers to the Queen, North of Scotland Bank 
buildings, 23 High street. See Adv. 

Taylor & Co., joiners, 8 South Ellen sti'eet 

Taylor, David, stationer and tobacconist, 195Hilltown; h. 1 N. George st. 

Taylor, David, of Taylor & Co., 28 Ferry road 

Taylor, David, mechanic, 62 Ure street 

Taylor, David, engineer, 49 Annfield road 

Taylor, Eliza, manglekeeper, 36 Henderson's West wynd 

Taylor, George, pilotmaster, Ktag William dockgates ; A. 143Nethergate 

Taylor, George, railway guard, 304 Perth road 

Taylor, George, enginedriver, 42 William street, Forebank 

Taylor, George, brewer, 19 Constable street 

TAYLOR, G. C, & SON, sail, rope, and twine makers, 6 Shore ter. See Adv. 

Taylor, , Henry, clerk, 1 King st. ; h. Tayview terrace. East Newport 

Taylor, Isabella, 6 Victoria square, Nethergate 

Taylor, Isabella, provision merchant, 40 and 42 Charles street 

Taylor, James, ironmonger, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 44 Westport ; h. 42 

Taylor, James, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 35 and 39 Wellgate ; h. 
Victoria chambers, 14 Victoria road 

Taylor, James, superintendent in Forfarshire Constabulary, Courthouse 
buildings ; h. 10 Annfield street 

Taylor, James, wine and spirit merchant, 11 Victoria st. ; h. 51 Crescent st. 

Taylor, James, wine and spirit merchant, 106 Hilltown ; h. 159 

Taylor, James, sorting- clerk, Post Office ; h. 28 North George street 

Taylor, James, turner, 3 Roslin terrace 

Taylor, James, milloverseer, 6 Melrose terrace 

Taylor, James W., calenderer, 8 Milnbank road 

Taylor, John B. , of Thomas Taylor & Co. , Caenlochan terrace, W. Ferry 

Taylor, John D. , painter and decorator, 81 Aon street ; h. Ivybank villa, 

Taylor, Rev. John, Hawkhill U.P. Church ; h. 73 Annfield road 

Taylor, John, mechanic, 134 Blackness road 

Taylor, John, engineer, 3 Parker street 

Taylor, Jolxu, naturalist, 5 Castle lane 

Taylor, Joseph, shoemaker, 10 Seafield road 

Taylor, Mary Ann, of Taylor & Watson, 6 Alexander street 

Taylor, Peter, clerk, 2 Rosefield street 

Taylor, Robert, coal merchant and steamship owner, 57 to 61 Yeaman 
shore ; h. Carlogie house, Carnoustie 

Taylor, Robert, draper and clothier, 89 Victoria road ; h. Victoria cres. 

Taylor, Robert, tinsmith, 26 South Ellen street 

Taylor, Robert, fishdealer, 76 Hawkhill ; h. 1 Heathfield lane 

Taylor, Robert, carter, 46 Dallfield walk 

Taylor, Robert, carter, 7 Blackness street 

Taylor, Robert, book deliverer, 14 Hill street 


Taylor, Thomas, & Co., linen merchants and manufacturers, 11 Panmure 

street, and Airleywight Linen Works, Bankfoot, by Perth 
Taylor, Thomas, of Thomas Taylor & Co. , Cambustay, Broughty Ferry 
Taylor, Thomas, shoemaker, 12 Eliza street 
Taylor, Thomas B. , clerk, 8 Forfar road 
Taylor, Thomas, ironmoulder, 40 Seafield road 
Taylor & Watson, drapers, 26 Ann street 

Taylor, WilUam 0., of W. 0. Taylor & Co., Craighead villa, E. Newport 
Taylor, William, teacher of music, 28 South Tay street 
Taylor, William, house proprietor, 1 Stobswell road 
Taylor, William S., waste merchant and commission agent, 13 Jamaica 

street ; h. 36 Victoria road 
Taylor, William, officer, Victoria Street U.P. Ch.; h. 36 Victoria street 
Taylor, William, lettercarrier, 55 Alexander street 
Taylor, William, greengrocer, 73 Perth road ; h. 71 
Taylor, William, labourer, 37 Stirling street 
Taylor, William, frenchpolisher, 20 Lawson place 
Taylor, William, engineer, 28 Ferry road 
Taylor, William, railway stoker, 9 Annfield row 
Taylor, William, ironturner, 4 Rosefield street 
Taylor, William, carpenter, 52 Kemback street 
Taylor, W. 0., & Co., shipbrokers ; managers, Dundee Shipowner's Co., 

Limited, and Dundee Polar Fishing Co., 83 Commercial street 
Taylor, Mrs Amelia, ladies' nurse, 5 South Tay street 
Taylor, Mrs James, 76 Dudhope street 
Taylor, Mrs Thomas, 33 Dallfield terrace 
Taylor, Mrs, draper, 114 Victoria road ; h. 110 
Taylor, Mrs, 8 Dallfield terrace 
Taylor, Mrs, 33^ Seafield road 
Taylor, Mrs, 8 Cherryfield lane 
Taylor, Miss J. , dressmaker, 36 Victoria road 
Tearney, Catherine, broker, 86 Blackness road 
Telfer, Archibald, 40 Kemback street 
Telfer, George E., traveller, 9 St Andrew's street 
Temple Mills, North Tay street ; D. W. Baxter & Co., manufacturers 
Templeman, Charles, M.B., CM., medical practitioner, 47 S. Tay street 
Templeman, Jessie, teacher, S. Paul's Episcopal Infant School, 6 Bain 

square ; h. 46 Bell street 
Templeman, Robert, brassfinisher, 4 Baxter street 
Templeman, William, bootmaker, 52 Bell street ; Ji. 46 
Tennant, Chas. , & Co. (of St RoUox, Glasgow), manuf . chemists, 33 Cowgate 
Tennant, James, agent for Charles Tennant & Co. ; h. Carnoustie 
Tennant, Mrs David, 51 Walton street 
Tervit, Mrs, shirtmaker, 26 Victoria street 
Tevendale, Alexander, confectioner, 151 Ann street ; h. 153 
Teviotdale, Mrs David, 24 Bank street 
Texas, The, Land & Cattle Company, Limited, 9a Ward road ; Moody 

Stuart & Robertson, secretaries 
Thain & Co., merchants, manufacturers, and rope and twine spinners, 

5 St Andrew's street 
Thain, Herbert W., of Thain & Co., Seabank, 20 Magdalen Yard road 


Thain, William, police constable, 58 Hill street 
Thain, Miss Jane, 21 Thomson street 
Third, James B., upholsterer, 144 Perth road 
Third, John B., grocer's assistant, 9 Airlie teiTace 
Third, Thomas, mason, 22 Hillbank road 

Third, Thomas, officer, Tay Square U.P. Church ; h. 30 Small's wynd 
Thom, Andrew, 29 Bank street 

Thom, David, supervisor of Inland revenue, 29 Bank street ; h, 2 Ken- 
more place, Broughty Ferry 
Thom, John, fireman, Royal Infirmaiy 
Thomas, Mrs Ann, grocer, 44 Dens road 

Thompson, David, mechanic, Thorn place, 219 Blackness road 
Thompson, D. L., pianoforte and music seller, 134 Nethergate ; h. 15 

Osborne place 
Thompson, Edwin W., com. agent, 53 Gellatlyst. ; A. Camphill, B. Ferry 
Thompson, George, grocer, 9 Rosebank road 
Thompson, James S., draper's assistant, 9 Airlie terrace 
Thompson, Jessie L., furnished apartments, 26 Union street 
Thompson, William B., engineer and shipbuilder, Tay Foundry, and 

Caledon Shipyard, and at Whiteinch ; h. Forthill, Broughty Ferry 
Thompson, William, blacksmith, 3 FyfFe street 
Thompson, Mrs W., manglekeeper, 16 Kinloch street 
Thoms, Archibald M. L. , merchant, Seafield Wks. , 36 Magdalen Yard rd. 
Thoms, Catherine, teacher, 143 Overgate ; h. 107 Miirraygate 
Thoms, John A., merchant, 79 Commercial street ; h. 7 Windsor street 
Thoms, John, manager, James Watson & Co.; h. 31 Wellgate 
Thoms, Peter, draper, 40 Balgay street ; h. 3 Scott street 
Thoms, Robert, tenter, 17 Langlands street 
Thoms, Stewart, mason, 20 Alexander street 

Thoms, T. W., 18 St Andrew's place ; h. Fort house, 366 Perth road 
Thoms, William, slater and chimneysweeper, 110 Lochee road 
Thoms, William, mason, 36 North Ellen street 
Thoms, Mrs James, 15 St Peter street 
Thoms, Mrs, 7 Exchange street 
Thoms, Mrs, 42 Gellatly street 

Thoms, Miss Helen, Miln's buildings, 146 Nethergate 
Thomson, Alex., & Sons, manufacturing stationers, printers, engravers, 
lithographers, bookbinders, and paper-rulers, 22 and 24 Bank street 
Thomson, Alexander W., of Duncan & Thomson, 140 Nethergate 
Thomson, Alexander, jun., of Alex. Thomson & Sons, 11 Somerville pi. 
Thomson, Alexander, Bon-Accord villa, 8 Somerville place 
Thomson, Alexander, china and waste merchant, 59 Victoria road ; h. 69 
Thomson, Alexander P., of Thomson, Shephei-d, & Co.; h. 4 Osborne pi. 
Thomson, Alexander, of Walker & Thomson, 7 William street, Forebank 
Thomson, Alexander, blacksmith, 62 Strathmartine road 
Thomson, Allan, painter, 4 Church street, Princes street 
Thomson, Andrew. ,M. A. , B. Sc. , teacher, Dundee Instit. ; h. 3Viewf orth pi. 
Thomson, Andrew P., 214 Perth road 

Thomson, A. Gordon, of Thomson, Son, & Co., Murrayfield, Harecraig 
Thomson Brothers, spinners and manufs. , Angus Jute Works, Fairbairnst. 
Thomson Brothers, builders, 11b Bonnybank road 


Thomson, Charles B., loclginghouse-keeper, 130 Overgate 
Thomson, David C. , of Wm. Thomson & Sons, Floralbank, Newport 
Thomson, David, of Thomson Brothers, builders, 25 Nelson street 
Thomson, David, iron and machine merchant, 4 Sugarhoiise wynd ; h. 

Old Windmill, Broughty Ferry 
Thomson, David, grocer, 269 Hawkhill ; h. Roland's wynd, Tayport 
Thomson, David, foreman, 65 Arbroath road 

Thomson, David, spiritdealer's assistant, Viewbank cottage, Mains rd. 
Thomson, David L. , grocer's assistant, 7 Seafield lane 
THOMSON, DOUGLAS, boxmaker, joiner, and undertaker, 29 Constable 

street; A. 45 Cotton road. See Adv. 
Thomson, David S., clerk, Bon-Accord villa, 8 Somerville place 
Thomson & Eraser, tobacconists and stationers, 3 Shore terrace 
Thomson, George, assistant traffic supt. , Cal. Railway ; h. 42 Thomson st. 
Thomson, George, marine engineer, 13 Park lane 
Thomson, Isabella, matron. Industrial School, Ward road 
Thomson, Isabella, china and glass mer. , 43 Wellgate ; h. 69 Victoria rd. 
Thomson, Jas. W., of Alex. Thomson & Sons, 2 Duntrune ter.,W. Ferry 
Thomson, Jas. , of Ewan, Young, & Thomson, Edengrove, 95 Arbroath road 
Thomson, Jas. , assist. burgh engineer, 79 Conmiercial st. ; A. 1 32a Nethergate 
Thomson, James, 3 Somerville place 

Thomson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 27 Rose street ; h. 29 
Thomson, James, of James Thomson & Co., 25 Isles' lane 
Thomson, Jas., wine mer., 10 Dundonald st.; A. Viewbank cot.. Mains rd. 
Thomson, James, pawnbroker, 6 and 8 Peter street ; h. 89 Murraygate 
Thomson, James, & Co., drapers, 69 Hawkhill 
Thomson, James, printer, 8 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Thomson, James, grocer and spiritdealer, 251 Hilltown ; h. 1 Mam street 
Thomson, James, grocer, 8 Derby street ; h. Reid street 
Thomson, James, clerk. Shore Dues office ; A. Viewbank cottage, Mains rd. 
Thomson, James, furniture dealer, 92 Dudhope street ; h. 82 
Thomson, James, joiner, 3 North Church street 
Thomson, James, shipcaulker, 9 Tay Street lane 
Thomson, James, commission agent, 14 Annfield row 
Thomson, James D. , water inspector, Waverley buildings, Peddie street 
Thomson, James, grocer, 1 Lowden's alley 
Thomson, James B., saddler, 11 Kincardine street 
Thomson, Jane, draper, 219 Hawkhill 

Thomson, Jane, tobacconist, 48 Hawkhill ; h. 43 Todburn lane 
Thomson, John, tinsmith,plumber,and gasfitter,250H'khill ; A.28Step row 
Thomson, John, plumber, brassfounder, and gasfitter, 156 Nethergate ; 

h. 74 Seagate 
Thomson, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 97 Hawkhill and 2 Kin- 
cardine street ; h. 1 Westfield avenue 
Thomson, John K., of Thomson Brothers, spinners, 3 Somerville place 
Thomson, John, joiner and funeral undertaker, 45 Cotton road 
Thomson, John, late plumber, 11 Nethergate 
Thomson, John, wine and spirit merchant, 38 Wellgate ; A. 48 
Thomson, John, coal merchant, 179 Blackness road ; h. 180 
Thomson, John, clerk, Elmbank, 2 Miller's wynd, Perth road 
Thomson, John, manager, North Dudhope Works ; h. 179 Blackness rd. 


Thomson, John, grocer, 64 Hill street 

Thomson, John, joiner, 51 Main street 

Thomson, John, grocer, 17 and 19 North Church street ; h. 21 

Thomson, John, milloverseer, 74 Ann street 

Thomson, John, currier, 24a Hawkhill 

Thomson, M. C, & Co., merchants, Victoria chambers, 14 Victoria rd. 

Thomson, Peter, grocer and spiritdlr., 71 Princes st. ; h. 48 Crescent lane 

Thomson, Robert B., of Thomson Brothers, spinners, 3 Somerville place 

Thomson, Robert, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 119 Hilltown, and 

grocer, 20 Polepark road ; h. 142 Perth road 
Thomson, Robert, tobaccospinner, 20 Cowgate 
Thomson, Robert, moulder, Livingstone place, Lochee road 
Thomson, Robert, tailor, 19 Peddie street 
Thomson, Robert, draper, 68 Bell street 

Thomson, Robert, frenchpolisher and woodstainer, 68 King street ; h. 72 
Thomson, Roy, lodginghouse-keeper, 43 Overgate 
Thomson, Shepherd, & Co., jutespinners, and manufacturers of carpets, 

mattings, sackings, &c., Seafield Works, Taylor's lane 
Thomson, Son, & Co. , engineers, millwrights, ironfounders, and machine 

makers, Douglas Foundry, Blinshall street 
Thomson, Thomas E., painter, 236 Lochee road 

Thomson, Thomas, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 86 Hawkhill; h. 53 
Thomson, Walter, fruiterer, 46 Princes street ; h. 9 Victoria street 
Thomson, Wm., & Sons, shipowners, 20 Meadowside; and woollen ware- 
housemen, 8 Euclid crescent and 24 Meadowside 
Thomson, William, of William Thomson & Sons, Floralbank, Newport 
Thomson, William, jun., of Wm. Thomson & Sons, Floralbank, Newport 
Thomson, William Craig, corn and commission agent, 10 Shore terrace ; 

h. Seaview house, Bamhill, Broughty Ferry 
Thomson, William G., of Thomson, Son, & Co., Fairfield, Harecraig 
Thomson, Wm. W. , sub-agent, RoyalBank, 97 Murraygate ; h. Bank house 
Thomson, William, yarn and commission merchant, 3 Royal Exchange 

court ; h. Magdalen place 
Thomson, William, baker, 155 Hawkhill ; h. 1 Lowden's alley 
Thomson, William, confectioner, 36 Taylor's lane 
Thomson, William, grocer, 87 Lochee road 
Thomson, William, patternmaker, 1 Annfield street 
Thomson, William, railway signalman, 47 North Wellington street 
Thomson, William, coachman, 30 New Inn entry 
Thomson, William, sailmaker, 61 Princes street 
Thomson, William, porter, 65 Milnbank road 
Thomson, William, calenderworker, 41 Caldrum street 
Thomson, William, carter, 10 Hillbank road 
Thomson, W. Gordon, of Thomson Brothers, spinners, 1 Wellpark ter., 

West Newport 
Thomson, Mrs David, confectioner, 88 King street ; h. 43 Todbum lane 
Thomson, Mrs Ann, spiritdealer, 66 King street ; h. 72 
Thomson, Mrs Jane, shirtmaker, 1 1 Crescent lane 
Thomson, Mrs John, of Thomson & Eraser, 2 Shore terrace 
Thomson, Mrs Peter, 214 Perth road 
Thomson, Mrs Peter, apartments, 17 Airlie place 


Thomson, Mrs William, gamedealer and feather merchant, 78 Nether- 
gate ; h. Euthvenbank, 156 Perth road 

Thomson, Mrs William, coal merchant, 24 Taylor's lane; A. 18 

Thomson, Miss M., feather cleaner, dyer, and curler, 42 Westport 

Thorburn, William M'Leod, wholesale and family grocer, wine and 
spirit merchant, 57 and 59 Wellgate ; h. 20 South Wellington street 

Thornton, Andrew, fruiterer, 119 Overgate ; h. 4 North Lindsay street 

Thornton, David, traveller, 16 Lawrence street 

Thornton, Ed. B., superintendent of harbour dredging; h. 105 Ferry road 

Thornton, Jas., potato merch., 119 Overgate; h. Craigie villa, Madeira st. 

Thornton, Thos., Son, & Co., solicitors and notaries public, 15 Albert sq. 

Thornton, Thos., of Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., Helensville, 4 Dudhopeter. 

Thornton, Wm. , of Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co. , Helensville, 4 Dudhope ter. 

Thow, David, stampcutter and bagpipe maker, 96Seagate ; h. 23Forebank rd. 

Thumelson, J. D., coal merchant, 4 Kidd street ; h. 15 N.William st. 

Thyne, Thomas, of John Stewart & Sons, Church street, Broughty Ferry 

Thyrde, David, clerk, 9 Ure street 

Tiffney, James, coaldealer, \h Mountpleasant ; h. 7 Ryehill lane 

Tunmons, John, coal merchant, 2 Union place, Perth road ; h. 274Perth rd. 

Tindal, Elizabeth, confectioner, 87 Princes street 

Tindal, Stephen, foreman, hosepipe factory; h. Annan ter. , 19Wellington st. 

Tiiidall, David, joiner. Glebe yAa.ce, 42 Lilybank road 

Tindall, Mrs John, grocer and spiritdealer, 1 Arbroath road ; h. 93 

Tinley, Richard, plumber, 7 Fyffe street 

Titaghur Jute Factory Co., Limited, 84 Commercial street 

Tocher, Alexander, of Tocher & Henry, 8 Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Tocher & Henry, merchant tailors, 63 Reform street 

Tod, James, accountant, Pleasance Brewery ; h. 21 Airlie place 

Todd, Charles E., of Hill & Renny, 4 Balgillo crescent, Broughty Ferry 

Todd, John, wine and spirit merchant, 13 North Lindsay street ; h. 7 

Todd, Robert, tenter, 23 Craigie street 
, Todd, Thomas R., tailor, Albert court, 37 Nethergate 
I Todd, Mrs John, confectioner, 57 Alexander street 

Todd_, Mrs Elizabeth, grocer, 28 Seafield road 

Tolmie, Edward, general dealer, 13 Hill street ; h. 17 

Tolmie, John, foreman of roads department, Police Commission ; h. 35 
North Wellington street 

Tolmie, William, general dealer, 52 Ann street 

Tomkins, Mrs Susan, grocer, 67 Princes street ; h, 1 Middle street 

Tonar, Mrs, 119 Nethergate 

Tooth, Edward, detective officer, 38 Polepark road 

Torrance, James, watchmaker, 8 Garland place 

Torrance, Margaret, saleswoman, 13 Reform street ; h. 37 Nethergate 

Tosh, Alexander, accountant, 1 1 Reform street ; h. West NeAvport 

Tosh, David, joiner, 91 King street 

Tosh, John, carter, 24 Annfield row 

Tosh, W. H., Craigtay, 101 Ferry road 

Tosh, Mrs James, 27 Victoria road 

Tough, Charles, of Tough, Knuck, & Co. , Salem cottage, N. Clepington rd. 

Tough, Knuck, & Co. , rag, waste, and metal merchants, 42 and 44 Long 
wynd, 101 Hilltown, and 12 Park wynd 


Tough, Mrs, temperance hotel, 78 Murraygate 

Town and County Bank, Linaited, 5 Albert square ; James Low, ageut 

Towns, Andrew, tenter, 118 Hawkhill 

Towns, David, storekeeper, 7 Euclid street 

Towns, William, harbour waterman ; h. 50 Hill street 

Townsend, R. & A. W. , manufacturing chemists, Glasgow ; Robert 

Ferguson, 11 Royal Exchange lane, agent 
Trades Lane Calendering Co., Limited, calenderers, packers, starchers, 

sackmakers, cloth and yarn dyers, and general finishers, 2 Trades lane 
Trail, David, boilermaker, 35 Kincardine street 
Traynor, Frank, agent, United Assurance Society, 45 Todburn lane 
Trayner, John, grocer, 8 Rosebank road 

Treasurer,Colin,teacher,Butterb'nPub.Sch.; A. Viewbankter., Provost rd^ 
Trotter, John, goldsmith and working jeweller, 14 Barrack street 
Troup, Rev. John, .St Clement's (Steeple) Church ; h. Blackness crescent 
Triie, E. Th., teacher of languages, 132 Nethergate 
Tuck, George M., tailor, 116 Lochee road 
TuUis, David W., draper, 13 Hawkhill; h. 121 
TuUis, David, clothier, 3 Lome terrace, Maryfield 

Tullis, John, clothier, 53 Reform street ; h. 3 Lome terrace, Maryfield 
TuUis, David, carpenter, 62 Blackscroft 
Tullis, Isabella, general dealer, 29 West wynd 
TULLIS, JOHN, & SON, tanners, cun'iers, and leather belt manufacturers, 

St Ann's Leather Works, Glasgow. See Adv. 
TuUo, Alexander, officer. Free St Paul's Cliurch ; h. SO Nethergate 
TuUoch, Alexander, of John TuUoch & Son, 4 Hawkhill place 
TuUoch, Harry, watchmaker and jeweller, 70 High st.; h. 4 Hawkhill pi, 
Tulloch, Henry, of H. & W. Tulloch, 14 Albany terrace 
Tulloch,H.&W., hatters andmen'smercers, 1 Reformat, and 65 Murraygate 
Tulloch, James Kinnison, M.B., medical practitioner, 20 South Tay st. 
Tulloch, John, & Son, hatters, 50 High street 
Tulloch, John, of John Tulloch & Son, 4 Hawkhill place 
Tulloch, Rev.Wm., Long Wynd Baptist Ch.; A.Youngsdale pi., Newport 
Tulloch, William, of H. & W. Tulloch, 2 Meadow entry, Murraygate 
Tully, William, belt riveter, 35 Dallfield walk 
TurnbuU, Andrew, broker, 19 Hospital wynd 

Turnbull, D. D., biitcher, 132 Blackness rd. ; h. 2 Anderson's lane, Lochee 
Turnbull, George, butcher, 84 Annfield road ; h. 193 Blackness road 
Turnbull, James, clerk, 42 Westport 

Turnbull, John, beltmaker, 5 Parker's court, William street 
Turnbull, John, pastrybaker, 67 Alexander street 
Turnbull, Peter, carter, 28 Temple lane 

Turnbull, Robert, mer. , 37 St Andrew's st. ; h. Albertford cot. , Maryfield 
Turnbull, Wm. W., of Mathers & Turnbull, Albertford villa, Maryfield 
Turnbull, William, stationer and hardware mer. , 46 and 48 Ferry road 
Turnbull, Wm., coal merchant, 15 Constitution rd.; h. 18 Bell Street lane 
Turner, George W., ironmonger, 251 Hawkhill ; h. 6 Speed's terrace 
Turner, George, grocer's assistant. Arcade buildings. King street 
Turner, James, teacher of languages, mathematics, &c., and civil service 

tutor, Rustic place, 69a Constitution road 
Turner, Robert H., organist of S. Paul's Epis. Church ; A. 1 W. Bell st. 


Tyrie, George, shipmaster, 2 Peddie street 

Tyrie, John M., coal merchant, 35 Yeaman shore ; h. 79 Commercial st. 
Tyrie, William, & Co., engineers and boilermakers, 68 Rosebank street 
Tyrie, William, of Wm. Tyrie & Co., 19 Union street, Charles street 
lyrie. Misses, ma